2 crocheted amigurumi Baymax stuffies

After watching Big Hero 6, my sister asked me if I could make her a tiny Baymax to hang from the rear view mirror in her car. I came up with this cute and simple pattern! He works up quickly and doesn’t have many pieces. You can also use the same pattern with Bernat Blanket Yarn and a size N crochet hook to make a giant cuddly Baymax! See the end of the pattern for the instructions for the large eyes and a big heart.

Tiny Baymax Pattern

Materials Needed:

  • 2.50mm crochet hook
  • White yarn – I used Patons Grace Yarn, Snow
  • 2 – 8mm black safety eyes
  • 1 – 13mm red heart safety button (I got these on Etsy)
  • Black embroidery thread
  • Embroidery/yarn needle
  • Fiber fill
  • Sewing pins (for attaching arms and feet)

Head:

R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6sts)

R2: inc around (12sts)

R3: *sc 1, inc* around (18sts)

R4: *sc 2, inc* around (24sts)

R5: *sc 3, inc* around (30sts)

R6: *sc 4, inc* around (36sts)

R7: *sc 5, inc* around (42sts)

R8 – 12: sc around (42 sts)

R13: *sc 5, dec* around (36sts)

  • Sew a line of black emroidery thread between rows 10 and 11, 9sts apart.
  • Attach a safety eye at each end

R14: *sc 4, dec* around (30sts)

R15: *sc 3, dec* around (24sts)

R16: *sc 2, dec* around (18sts)

R17: *sc 1, dec* around (12sts)

  • Stuff the head with fiber fill

R18: dec around (6sts)

Fasten off and weave in the end.

Body:

R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6sts)

R2: inc around (12sts)

R3: *sc 1, inc* around (18sts)

R4: *sc 2, inc* around (24sts)

R5: *sc 3, inc* around (30sts)

R6: *sc 4, inc* around (36sts)

R7: *sc 5, inc* around (42sts)

R8 – 12: sc around (42sts)

R13: *sc 5, dec* around (36sts)

R14: sc around (36sts)

R15: *sc 4, dec* around (30sts)

R16: sc around (30sts)

R17: *sc 3, dec* around (24sts)

  • Attach the heart between rows 14 and 15
  • Stuff the body

Fasten off with a long tail for sewing. Attach the head so that the heart is off center to the left of his body.

Feet: (Make 2)

R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6sts)

R2: inc around (12sts)

R3: *sc 1, inc* around (18sts)

R4: In back loops only, sc around (18sts)

R5: sc around (18sts)

Fasten off with a long tail for sewing. Attach to the bottom of the body. Sew 3/4 of the way around and add a little fiber fill to the inside of each foot.

Arms: (Make 2)

R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6sts)

R2: inc around (12sts)

R3: *sc 1, inc* around (18sts)

R4-6: sc around (18sts)

R7: *sc 4, dec* around (15sts)

R8 – 9: sc around (15sts)

R10: *sc 3, dec* around (12sts)

R11 – 13: sc around (12sts)

R14: *sc 2, dec* around (9sts)

Fasten off with a long tail for sewing. Fill each arm a little more than half way with fiber fill, smash the top flat and sew to each side of the body just below the head.

Crocheted Tiny Baymax

Giant Baymax Pattern

Materials Needed:

  • Size N and G crochet hooks
  • Bernat Blanket Yarn in White
  • Small amount of worsted weight yarn in black, white, and red
  • Embroidery/yarn needle
  • Fiber fill
  • Sewing pins (for attaching arms, feet, eyes, and heart)

*Make the eyes and heart first so you can attach them to the head and body before stuffing*

Eyes:

  • Row 1: with G hook and black yarn – 6sc in magic ring (6sts)
  • Row 2: inc around (12)
  • Row 3: *1sc, inc* around (18)
    • Fasten off with long tail.
    • Using white yarn and yarn needle sew 2 lines into the top corner of each eye to look like reflections.

Heart:

  • Using your size G hook and red yarn follow this pattern from The Craftaholic Witch

Using your white Bernat Blanket Yarn and your size N hook, follow the pattern above to make the head, body, arms, and feet. Attach the eyes to the head before stuffing and sew a piece of black yarn in a straight line between the eyes. Attach the heart to the body before stuffing. Follow the pattern above for putting everything together.

As always, feel free to ask any questions, and please share pics if you make one or both!

Happy Crocheting!

❤ Kaitlin

7 thoughts on “Amigurumi Tiny Baymax – Free Crochet Pattern

  1. Since I’m new to crochet, I know the basic stitches.. I’m curious, when you finish the round and ss, do you need to ch1 or that ch1 isn’t nessessary? I’m getting a bit confused because I’m having ss and when joined, one side of the circle ends up smaller than the other side.. that’s how you wrote.. I didn’t try to add ch1 in each round yet

    1. It’s actually crocheted in continuous rounds so you skip the ss and ch1. You just crochet around and around without finishing each round. Hope that helps!

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