Introducing Bitty Bumbles: A Crochet Pig

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Ever need a little bit of cuteness to brighten up your day?  Your home?  Your office?  Meet the first in the Bitty Bumble series:  A Crochet Pig.crochet pigRemember when I made the bitty bumble bee?  Well.  It got me thinking.  Wouldn’t it be fun to make a whole bunch of little stuffed pieces of crochet goodness?  And wouldn’t it be fun to give the whole series a fun name… like ‘Bitty Bumble’?  And then I found this cutie patootie button and I was a goner.

So I’d like you to meet the first in the Bitty Bumbles Series:  A Crochet Pig.crochet pig

This is a small little amigurumi that I’m calling Bitty Bumbles.  You can make them and collect them for yourself or give them away.  Brighten up your desk space at work.  Stuff someone Christmas stocking.  Make them for young or old alike.

Easy. Fun. And cute as can be!  Ready to make a crochet pig?

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Crochet Pig – Bitty Bumble #1

Here is what you will need:


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Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this pattern: Crochet AbbreviationsUS to UK Crochet Conversion Chart.  Find links to stitches on the “Tutorial” menu: Getting Started will show basic stitches used in many patterns and Crochet Stitch Dictionary shows our growing collection of crochet stitch tutorials.

To make the decreases less noticeable, use the invisible decrease method.


Crochet Pig Bitty Bumble is about 2.5″ long (not including his wee little tail)

crochet pigPurchase an ad-free printable version of the pig pattern here


With pink yarn, make a magic ring

R1:  6 sc into ring (6 sts).

R2:  2 sc in ea st around (12 st)

R3:  *sc in next st, 2 sc in next st, repeat from * around (18 st)

R4-12:  sc around (18 st)

Take time out to insert safety eyes.  The safety eyes go between rounds 2 & 3.  Refer to photo for placement.  Stuff and continue stuffing as you finish up the body.

R13: *sc in next st, sc next 2 st together.  Repeat from * around (12)

R14:  sc next 2 st together (6).

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Now without cutting yarn, continue as follows to work the tail:

ch 5, work 3 sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each of the next 3 chains.  Fasten off yarn.

Make sure pig is firmly stuffed, then thread the yarn end onto the tapestry needle.  Weave opening closed.  Fasten off and weave in end.

photo of a digital crochet amigurumi ebook

Ears (Make 2)

With pink yarn, ch 4

R1:  sc in 2nd ch from hook, dc in next ch, ch 2, sl st to last ch.  Fasten off leaving a long strand for sewing.

Position ears so that the starting chain is resting against head and sew an ear on each side of the head.


Sew a coordinating button below eyes, using needle and sewing thread.

Legs (Make 4)

With pink, make a magic ring.

R1:  6 sc into ring (6 sts).

R2:  sc in ea st around (6 st).  For a nice finish, use the Invisible Seamless Join technique.  Leave a long strand for sewing.

Position front legs between rows 5-7 and back legs between rows 10-12 on bottom of pig (or wherever looks best to you) and sew down.  Note: Legs are not stuffed.

crochet pigPurchase an ad-free printable version of the pig pattern here

Looking for the adorable moose in this photo?  Head to the Moose Pattern for all the details!

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  1. These ideas Are Very Impressive thanks for helpful ideas I am very very happy to see this because you give me creative ideas.

  2. I’m excited to try and make my first AMIGURUMI animal. I’m kinda new to making the stuffed adorable animals. All I’ve made is blankets. Time to move on to bigger and funner things! Thank you!

  3. So cute! I made your moose for a friend and just finished the pig. I used some blue yarn for eyes and made a round of four for the snout. I love it!
    Wish I could post a picture of it!