1. Bee Breezy by Aradiya Toys
Breezy the Bee is one of my favorite characters from Adventure Time. Inspired by Breezy, this bee pattern is one of my favorites! The pattern comes in PDF form which makes it a little bit easier to follow. A crocheted Breezy would make the perfect gift for any Adventure Time fan (or anyone who likes adorable things). I’ve made a few bees with this pattern and they’ve been a huge hit with my younger cousins.
2. Bee Pendant by Twinky Chan
I love all of Twinky Chan’s patterns! Her bee pendant could also work well as a patch or pin.
3. Bee Mine Crochet Headband by The Stichin’ Mommy
This bee headband is quick to stitch up. It makes for an adorable spring time accessory.
4. Beehive Potholder by Lion Brand
A beehive hot pad is both super cute and useful! This would make a great housewarming gift. I might make one to bring some bumble bee charm into my kitchen.
5. Bee Ear Warmers by Cream of The Crop Crochet
I have a friend who would love to wear this! Even though the pattern is made for adults, you could always crochet fewer rows to make it child sized. It would be the perfect addition to any kid’s dress up box or DIY Halloween costume.
6. Sweet Coron Amigurumi by Nanalicious
Inspired by the Sanrio character Sweet Coron, this little bee would be an ideal gift for anyone who loves Sanrio plushies!
7. Crochet Bumble Bee Hat and Tushie Cover by Repeat Crafter Me
If you’re looking for a baby shower gift to crochet, this adorable baby bumble bee set is perfect!
8. Bobby the Bee by Paintbox Yarns
Bobby the Bee is much larger than the other amigurumi patterns listed here. The huggable bee would make an awesome gift for any child or bee lover in your life. This pattern is available as a PDF download.
9. Crochet Bee Applique Pattern by Crafty Cori
This honeybee applique would look so sweet adorning a crocheted cup cozy. You could even make two and add them as elbow patches to an old sweater that needs a cute revamp.
10. Bumble & Queen Bee by All About Ami
You can make an entire swarm of little bees with this pattern! There’s also a pattern for a larger queen bee. You could use these tiny bees to decorate a spring wreath or a floral arrangement. If you’d prefer to read a PDF pattern, you can buy it HERE on Craftsy.
You can find more bumblebee crochet inspiration on my Pinterest boards HERE.
Add this collage to your crochet Pinterest board if you want to share some freebeees!