Amigurumi Ornaments

Learn how to crochet Amigurumi ornaments with the easy to follow tutorials created by Erica Dietz.

First up, is our little Amigurumi tin soldier.  He is so adorable you could make an entire battalion for your tree.  I love how plump and happy he is.  He would also make a great topper for packages.  He is about 5 inches tall, his round little body and head are crocheted in one piece with arms, a tall black hat, belt and uniform decorations added later. A piece of crochet thread is tied in a loop at the top to hang him on the tree.  To learn how to crochet this awesome little guy click on the tin soldier tutorial.

soldier wearing hat

The little penguin looks like he wants to cuddle with someone.  You could make the hat and scarf coordinate with the colors on your Christmas tree. This cute little crocheted penguin ornament is the perfect size of hanging on your Christmas tree. It is about 5 inches tall and matches, in size and shape, the Crocheted Santa Ornament also available on this site. The head and body are crocheted in one piece in the round. The other pieces are crocheted separately and sewn on. The penguin is wearing a scarf and striped winter hat with a pom pom on top. Penguin ornament tutorial.

crocheted penguin ornament

HO HO HO look who can make an appearance on your tree, Santa!  A little crocheted stuffed Santa ornament, a perfect addition to your Christmas tree. He is about 5 inches tall and pretty lightweight. The body and head are crocheted in one piece and stuffed. The other parts are crocheted separately and sewn on. The eyes and belt buckle are stitched on at the end. A thread hanging loop is added to the top so that he can be hung on the tree. Crocheted Santa Ornament

Crocheted Santa Ornament

We are beyond excited to be joining up with the Home for Christmas blog hop hosted by and (yep, the magazine!). There are tons of talented bloggers joining in the holiday fun, so please be sure to visit some (or all!) of the other projects linked up at the bottom of this post!home for Christmas


3 thoughts on “Amigurumi Ornaments”

  1. Holly says:

    Visiting as a fellow participant from the #HomeForChristmas blog tour. These ornaments are adorable! I need to learn how to knit/crochet! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and yours. Hugs, Holly

    1. Niki Meiners says:

      Thanks, We think Erica does a great job of showing the steps so you can recreate the projects. Good luck learning to crochet… you will be hooked.

  2. Very cute ornaments – pinned to share!

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