Lambs are adorably fluffy little sheep that resonate with many people. Since they are so gentle, they’re a popular theme for new babies and children.
Making crochet amigurumi lambs often means you’re looking to achieve that wonderfully fluffy and fleecy look that lambs have.
These 21 crochet lamb patterns use creativity to create wonderfully unique, cuddly, and stunning amigurumi that make for great decor and gifts.
1. Cuddly Amigurumi Lamb Pattern
This lamb pattern just begs to be cuddled! It is recommended for intermediate crocheters simply because of the various components that create the shape.
Really, it comes together with very basic stitches, so don’t be shy to try!
2. Sitting Sheep Pattern
This pattern is also meant for intermediate, as it calls for various increases and decreases that might take a practiced hand.
Still, it’s hard not to fall in love with this pattern, so we’re including it here for everyone to use.
3. Mini Crochet Lamb with Headband
For a project that’s a little simpler, this mini crochet lamb pattern is perfect.
The lamp is adorably hand-sized and dressed in a colorful headband, leaving plenty of room for you to get creative and personalized.
4. Lyla the Baby Lamb Amigurumi
There are two words that summarize the end result of this lamb amigurumi pattern: so cute! This tiny pattern is well-suited for beginners, especially since you’ll get step-by-step instructions for some new stitches.
Even though it’s miniature sized, the true texture of the fleece makes it an unmistakable lamb!
5. Little Sheep Amigurumi Pattern
The adorable little sheep pattern looks like she deserves her own storybook! This tiny pattern has a few tricks up its sleeve that are best kept to the more advanced crocheters.
If beginners are looking to expand your skills through learning new stitches, it’s definitely worth a try!
6. Peach lamb Amigurumi
This adorable peach lamb has a very endearing way about her. Maybe it’s that she bears a slight resemblance to Piglet, but even if she were purple or blue or green, she’d be just as endearing.
7. Lamb Amigurumi
This relatively easy pattern brings together a crochet amigurumi that’s tiny with a big personality. The project itself is very easy to bring together, so making a few wearing different expressions could be a lot of fun.
8. Huggable Crochet Lamb
For babies or toddlers, a huggable friend makes a great gift.
Using soft yarn this crochet lamb makes a beautiful end result that any new mom would be glad to receive.
9. Easter Lamb
Whether its this droopy ears or the fluffy belly, there’s something about this Easter lamb crochet pattern that feels true to form.
This would make for a great project for your Easter-season decor.
10. Little Baby Crochet Lamb
Sheep normally say “bahhh” but this crochet lamb will have everyone saying “awww!”.
For the new baby in your life that’s undeniably cute, this tiny little lamb will be the perfect companion.
11. Sheep Crochet Pattern
Baby toys are best when they’re huggable, and this black sheep is an expert snuggler. Make sure you use the softest yarn you can get your hands on!
12. Crochet Lamb Baby Mobile
The more amigurumi, the better. For those who just love stitching up little characters, this baby mobile is the perfect project.
Grab a few different colors of yarn to really make it personalized.
13. Rainbow Lamb Crochet Pattern
This little lamb has already had its wool dyed, and it looks absolutely adorable. The true color lineup is up to you, of course.
For beginners, this pattern will teach you how change your working yarn to a different color, a very useful skill for getting creative with crochet.
14. Rosemary the Lamb Amigurumi Pattern
This relatively easy pattern is a must for anyone who wants to whip up a lamb amigurumi.
Although the face is very simple, it still somehow has an incredibly gentle and endearing way about it. It’s a perfect gift or couch buddy!
15. Norman The Sheep
For crocheters who love textures, you’ll love Norman the Sheep. The popcorn-style body is a great technique to practice, even for beginners looking to expand their crochet skills.
16. Crochet Lamb Amigurumi
For a little extra personality, this crochet lamb pattern is the perfect project.
There’s no sewing any button eyes in, this pattern really gives you the steps to crochet eyes, nose, and mouth which completes this adorably cuddly lamb amigurumi.
17. Lamb Muffin Amigurumi Pattern
With a cute little head that’s good enough to eat, you’ll love this charming little lamb. His crochet overalls are truly the cherry on top.
What’s even more lovable about this pattern is it is surprisingly beginner-friendly!
18. Precious Lamb Crochet Pattern
This precious little lamb pattern is truly very accommodating to all crochet levels.
The popcorn stitch throughout the body is creates just the right amount of texture for an otherwise straight-forward design.
19. Red Heart Little Lamb
This lamb pattern is very welcoming for beginners to amigurumi, or anyone who hates sewing in eyes when the project is over.
All you need for this is yarn, crochet hooks, and stuffing. The bow is an added touch that’s unnecessary, but so really ties the pattern together!
20. Crochet Chinese New Year Lamb
Who said lambs are most prevalent at Easter? This Chinese New Year lamb was born in 2015, the year of the sheep, but it’s so precious that we can’t blame anyone who wants to keep it around today and all year long.
The pattern makes a miniature lamb through working in the round, so it’s a great pattern for anyone who wants to add a touch of sweetness to their lives.
21. Cotton Amigurumi Pattern
If you loved the Chinese New Year lamb but want something more huggable, try this pattern.
Though it’s technically based on a cartoon movie, it still has plenty of individualized personality that anyone would love!
Lamb amigurumi can be great for the Easter season, the year of the sheep, or just as a baby gift. Most of all, amigurumi are filled with joy and pride, no matter what reason you have to put one together.
To crochet something from hand will always produce an impressive result, and these lamb crochet patterns are a wonderfully fluffy way of crafting with love.