An amigurumi lamb with a fluffy white body and black face and legs

I had so much fun making my Amigurumi Highland Bull with Bernat Blanket yarn, I decided to incorporate it into my next pattern. Continuing with my amigurumi farm animal collection, I knew I wanted to make a little lamb which is perfect for spring! I wanted the body to look wooly without using a different crochet stitch. By using Bernat Blanket yarn for the body and Patons Grace yarn for the head and legs, I was able to get the exact look I wanted. The little lamb body looks fluffy and soft while the head and legs look like a regular amigurumi. The finished sheep is about 3 inches tall. She would be adorable with a little bow added to her head or a colorful scarf around her neck

Terminology (in US terms)

  • ch – chain
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • sts – stitches
  • sc – single crochet
  • dc – double crochet
  • inc – increase (2 stitches in next stitch)
  • dec – decrease (crochet next 2 stitches together)


  • Bernat Blanket yarn in “Vintage White”
  • Patons Grace yarn in “Night”
  • Size B crochet hook
  • Size N crochet hook
  • Light pink embroidery thread
  • 2 – 6mm safety eyes
  • Embroidery needle
  • Yarn needle
  • Fiber fill
  • Scissors


  • Row 1: with “Vintage White” and size N crochet hook – 6sc in magic ring (6sts total)
  • Row 2: inc around (12sts)
  • Rows 3-6: sc around (12sts)
    • Stuff the body with fiber fill
  • Row 7: dec around, fasten off (6sts)

Legs: (make 4)

  • Row 1: with “Night” yarn and size B hook – 5sc in magic ring (5sts total)
  • Row 2: in back loops only – sc around (5sts)
  • Rows 3-6: sc around (5sts)
    • After row 6, fasten off with long tail for attaching to body, and stuff with fiber fill


  • Row 1: with “Night” yarn and size B hook – 5sc in magic ring (5sts total)
  • Row 2: inc once, sc around (6sts)
  • Row 3: *inc, 2sc* around (8sts)
  • Row 4: *inc, 3scs* around (10sts)
  • Row 5: sc around (10sts)
  • Row 6: *inc, 4sc* around (12sts)
  • Row 7: *inc, 3sc* around (15sts)
  • Row 8: *inc, 2sc* around (20sts)
  • Rows 9-10: sc around (20sts)
    • Attach eyes between rows 7 and 8, 8sts apart
    • Using the light pink embroidery thread and needle, sew 2 lines pointing down for the nose
  • Row 11: *dec, 3sc* around (16sts)
    • Stuff the head with fiber fill
  • Row 12: *dec, 2sc* around (12sts)
  • Row 13: dec around, fasten off with a long tail for attaching to head (6sts)

Ears: (make 2)

  • With “Night” yarn and size B hook – ch 5
  • Row 1: sc in 2nch ch from hook, 2sc, inc, ch (continue around to the other side of the chain) inc, 3sc
  • Row 2: 4sc, (sc, dc) in next, ch, (dc, sc) in next, 4sc, sl st to first st from row 1, fasten off with long tail for attaching to the head

Once all the pieces are made, all that’s left to do is to sew them together. Attach the ears sticking out to the side and the head toward the top of one side of the body. Sew the legs on with a little extra support since they are so skinny. Don’t you just love her sweet face?

If you make one, I’d love to see!

Happy crocheting!