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11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs

Transforming a ball of yarn into a recognisable form takes a lot of time, so there's really no point spending hours making a bunny for Auntie Mabel's 60th birthday when it turns out she's really into the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! The beauty of crocheting someone's favourite film character is that you can be sure it will be well-received and chances are you're not the first to think of it, meaning there's probably a pattern already online at little or no cost to you!

11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs

1. Baymax

We can't promise that this Baymax will be as helpful as he was in Big Hero 6, but he's so cute we don't mind.

11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs
Image: Paint It Colourful

2. Merida

If any young girls in your life look up to Merida as a role model, encourage them by crafting this doll. Seriously, Merida rocks.

11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs
Image: AmigurumiBB

3. Gromit

Gromit has a First-class degree in Engineering for Dogs from Dogwarts University. Look it up if you don't believe us.

11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs
Image: Ami Amour

4. Agnes

We can all agree that Agnes is the best character in Despicable Me. She's adorable, and has the best lines...

11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs
Image: Little Yarn Friends

6. Groot

Are we in love with this amigurumi Groot because he's dancing? Yes. But it's still a really good pattern.

11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs
Image: Grootorial from Twinkie Chan

7. Alice

We're loving the little details in this project, such as the iconic Alice band and stripy stockings.

11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs
Image: Book People Studio

8. The Smurfs

If you have a lot of blue yarn in your stash this is the perfect way to use it up. Why not make all three?

11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs
Image: AmigurumiBB

9. Snoopy

We love it when a crochet character looks like the real deal, and we prefer it even more when they're easy to make. Luckily for Snoopy-lovers, this simple pattern is spot on.

11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs
Image: Bethsco

10. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

There's plenty of time to make these for Auntie Mabel's 61st.

11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs
Image: A[mi]dorable

11. Buzz Lightyear

Everyone loves Buzz Lightyear – especially in Spanish mode.

11 FREE Amigurumi Patterns for Film Buffs
Image: Little Yarn Friends

Are you planning to give any of these a go, or have you crocheted characters of your own? We really do love seeing what you make, so don’t forget to share them to our Facebook and Twitter, or email jessica.elkin@aceville.co.uk.

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