Fox Amigurumi Patterns
1 | Fox Crochet Amigurumi Pattern
Shall we kick off our fox collection with this adorable little guy? I love his tubby little tummy which gives him a skittle like appearance, and he has that fabulous scarf to keep his neck warm in the winter! Ooh speaking of skittles, there are a whole band of different animal patterns in this style that you could work up into a set of animal skittles!
2 | Alice the Fox Crochet Pattern
Aww just look at sweet little Alice! She’s already for the winter too with her button scarf and bobble hat!
3 | Mitsu the Fox Amigurumi Doll
Here’s a playmate your little girl is sure to love! Mitsu is a sweet fox doll complete with a crocheted dress and boots.
4 | Fox Amigurumi Pattern
Or how about stylish looking pair of foxes with their smart jumpers, they look like they’re off out somewhere fun together don’t they!
5 | Red Fox Crochet Tutorial
Now this little guy looks like someone in need of a big hug! He stands at about 27cm tall and is a jointed doll with moving arms and legs so he’s fun to play with!
6 | FIBI the Fox Amigurumi Pattern
Lalylala always designs the most distinctive amigurumi dolls and FIBI the Fox is no exception! She loves her super long scarf and the tip of her white tail and when she’s not reading books she’s meeting her owl friends for a tea party!
7 | Mystique the Fox Crochet Pattern
Oh how sweet are this little pair of foxes! Of course you can use the pattern to hook just one, but after seeing how much they love to snuggle you just have to make a pair right??
8 | Cotton Tail the Chibi Fox
If you love the chibi style of animation and you’re ready for a bit of a challenge try this chibi fox pattern. You can be as creative as you like designing her expression!
9 | Mini Fox Crochet Amigurumi Pattern
If you like to make mini amigurumi dolls then check out this pattern for a miniature version of the “skittle” shaped fox I shared at the beginning.
10 | Pocket Fox Crochet Pattern
Speaking of mini amigurumi… these ragdoll style foxes measure just 5.5 inches tall and are just perfect for carrying around in your pocket!
| Ragdoll Fox Crochet Pattern
And if you love that distinctive 2D ragdoll style but want to make a larger fox to snuggle with then here’s the pattern you need!
13 | Cuddle-Sized Fox Amigurumi
Or how about this cuddle-sized fox who is a little rounder around his middle and perfect for snuggling with!
13 | Easy Fox Crochet Pattern
When I first saw this sweet fox I really liked her scarf with the little button flower detail. This is an easy pattern to follow with a video tutorial to show you how to attach the head so it can turn. You can use this pattern to make foxes for sale too.
14 | Amigurumi Pattern Mila the Starry Fox
If you’re looking for a pattern to make a fox doll for a young child or even as a baby shower gift then this pattern is a great option. I just love that star on her tummy!
15 | Emmet the Fox Comfort Blanket
Y’all are going a little crazy over our collection of crochet lovey blankets so when I saw this sweet fox comforter I knew I had to share it with you! I just love how she’s cuddling the blankie!
16 | Amigurumi Fox Doll
Advanced beginners should have enough skills to tackle this amigurumi doll who looks so stylish in her fox ears with her long flowing hair!
17 | Friendly Laura in Her Fox Outfit
Here’s another doll dressed up as a fox! This one is called Laura and she is super sweet, I just love her boots!
18 | Mini Laura Fox Doll
Oh and look she comes in a mini Laura version too! So sweet!
19 | Amigurumi Fox Pattern
And here’s another cuddly fox that would make a fabulous baby shower gift idea. Just make sure those eyes are sewn in super tight!
20 | Fox Family Crochet Amigurumi Photo Tutorial
Wow! Who knew there were so many FABULOUS fox amigurumi patterns to chose from! But we’re down to the last one in the collection for today and it’s actually a family of foxes! This is a really detailed pattern tutorial with lots of photos to show you just what you need to do. As well as showing you how to make the foxes themselves the pattern also includes instructions for their outfits. There’s even photos to show you just how to embroider the eyes and noses (which I always struggle with!)