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Cute Crochet Sloth Patterns In Beautiful Shapes And Sizes

Do you like sloths? They are so cute and slow! You can make your own sloth friend with crochet. We have easy patterns for you to try. Making a crochet sloth is really fun! You just follow the steps we give you, and soon, you'll have a cute sloth to add to your collection. Our guide lists different patterns to help you make a lovely sloth. It's easy and exciting to see your crochet sloth come to life. Let's start crocheting a sloth together and surely thank me later.

Creative Crochet Sloth Patterns

Cute Crochet Sloth Patterns

Crochet Sloth Amigurumi Tutorial

Crochet Sloth Amigurumi Tutorial

Creating a crochet sloth amigurumi is a delightful project that results in a lovable and huggable little friend. With the inspiration taken from the visual guide, you can embark on crafting this charming sloth using simple crochet techniques. The process involves crocheting separate pieces for the body, limbs, face, and any additional features, and then assembling them to bring your sloth to life.

This soothing activity not only produces a cute keepsake but also offers a rewarding experience as your sloth takes shape with each stitch.

Materials Needed:

  • Yarn: Brown and beige medium-weight (worsted) yarn for the body and lighter shades for the face and optional detailing.
  • Crochet Hook: A suitable hook for your yarn, usually around 3.5 to 4.5 mm.
  • Safety Eyes: Small plastic eyes that lock into place.
  • Stuffing: Polyester fiberfill to give your sloth a plump shape.
  • Yarn Needle: To sew the parts together.
  • Scissors: To cut the yarn.
  • Stitch Markers: To keep track of rounds and stitches.


  • ch: chain
  • sc: single crochet
  • st: stitch
  • sl st: slip stitch
  • inc: increase (2 sc in the same st)
  • dec: decrease (sc 2 together)
  • rnd: round

Making Process:

  1. Body and Head: Start by crocheting in the round to form the body, continuing the shape upward to form the head. Stuff firmly as you go.
  2. Limbs: Make front and back limbs with a darker color, using chains and single crochets to get the length and thickness required. Attach them securely to the body.
  3. Face: Use a lighter shade of yarn to create a contrasting facial area. This usually involves an oval piece that's stitched onto the head.
  4. Features: Add safety eyes and embroider the nose and mouth with black yarn.
  5. Assembly: Attach all the crocheted parts together, and ensure the limbs are positioned stably to support the sloth's signature hanging pose.
  6. Details: Add any additional features, like claws or patches of color, to give your sloth character.

By following these steps and allowing your tactile skills to guide you, you can crochet a soft, homemade sloth with a unique personality—a perfect gift or comforting companion for your own enjoyment.

Easy Crochet Sloth Amigurumi

Easy Crochet Sloth Amigurumi

Let's create your very own amigurumi sloth following this vidoe tutorial. This charming project is perfect for adding a touch of whimsy to any space, be it a nursery, as part of a mobile, or simply as a cuddly companion. Utilizing basic crochet techniques, you will craft an adorable sloth complete with eye patches, a cute face, and tiny claws that bring its character to life. Whether you're looking to make a thoughtful gift or add to your amigurumi collection, this pattern is designed to inspire creativity and spread joy.

Materials and Abbreviations

Materials Needed:

  • Anne yarn in chocolate color and off-white
  • 1.5 mm crochet hook
  • 8 mm safety eyes
  • Polyester fiberfill for stuffing
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • Stitch marker


  • ch: chain
  • st(s): stitch(es)
  • sc: single crochet
  • hdc: half double crochet
  • dc: double crochet
  • inc: increase (2 sc in the next st)
  • dec: decrease (sc 2 sts together)
  • sl st: slip stitch

Making Process

  1. Eye Patches: Begin by creating the eye patches using chocolate-colored yarn. Chain 7, then follow a series of single crochets, half double crochets, and double crochets to form the semi-circular shape. Repeat the process for the second eye patch. Leave a long tail for sewing.
  2. Head: Switch to off-white yarn to crochet the head, starting with a magic ring. Work in rounds to gradually increase the number of stitches to shape the head. Attach safety eyes between rows four and five, securing them with the eye patches.
  3. Snout and Face: After finishing the head, embroider the snout and mouth directly onto the face using the chocolate yarn. The mouth is shaped with simple stitches to create a smile.
  4. Body: The body starts with a magic ring, and similar to the head, work in rounds while increasing to achieve the desired shape. The pattern includes specific increases at certain rows to give the sloth its chubby appearance.
  5. Arms and Legs: Crochet two arms and two legs, starting each with a magic ring and following a similar method of gradual increases. The legs are slightly shorter than the arms. Attach claws made from off-white yarn to the ends.
  6. Assembly: Stuff the head and body with polyester fiberfill. Sew the head to the body securely. Then attach the arms and legs, positioning them carefully to reflect the sloth's posture.

Create this amigurumi sloth as a testament to your crochet skills and enjoy the process of bringing a cute, sleepy companion to life. Whether for yourself or a special someone, this sloth is sure to brighten anyone's day.

Fun Crochet Sloth Amigurumi

Fun Crochet Sloth Amigurumi

Creating your very own crochet sloth Amigurumi can be an enjoyable and fulfilling project. This pattern is designed to guide you through each step, ensuring you end up with a delightful and cuddly sloth. Ideal for both beginners and experienced crocheters, the pattern breaks down complex processes into manageable tasks, making it a perfect weekend project or a thoughtful handmade gift.

Materials Needed:

  • Yarn: Medium weight in brown, beige, and black colors.
  • Crochet Hook: Size 3.5mm or size needed to achieve a tight enough stitch to prevent the filling from showing.
  • Safety Eyes: 8mm size.
  • Polyester Fiberfill: For stuffing.
  • Stitch Marker: To mark the beginning of each round.
  • Yarn Needle: For sewing parts together.
  • Scissors.

Abbreviations Used:

  • ch: Chain
  • sc: Single Crochet
  • inc: Increase (2 sc in the same stitch)
  • dec: Decrease (sc 2 together)
  • sl st: Slip Stitch
  • st(s): Stitch(es)
  • [ ]: Repeat instructions within brackets the number of times indicated

Making Process:

Head & Body:

  • Start with beige yarn, creating a magic circle.
  • Follow a pattern of increases and decreases to form the head, transitioning to brown yarn towards the body.
  • Fill with polyester fiberfill as you go.

Arms and Legs (Make 4):

  • With beige yarn, begin with a magic circle and continue in rounds, switching to brown yarn halfway.
  • Stuff lightly before finishing.

Face and Eye Patches (Make 2):

  • Using beige yarn, crochet two ovals.
  • Attach safety eyes to each oval, then sew the patches onto the face.


  • With black yarn, create a small oval and sew it between the eye patches.


  • Sew the limbs to the body, ensuring they are evenly spaced.
  • Attach the face patches and nose, adjusting placement as necessary.

Finishing Touches:

  • Use a yarn needle to add any desired facial features, such as a mouth or eyebrow details.
  • Optionally, add a small Crochet heart or flower as an accessory.

By following these steps, you’ll be able to craft your own adorable crochet sloth Amigurumi. This project not only teaches valuable crocheting techniques but also gives you a fuzzy friend to keep or gift. Enjoy the creative process and the satisfaction of bringing your sloth to life!

Cute Playful Three Toed Sloth Amigurumi

Cute Playful Three Toed Sloth Amigurumi

Let's create your very own enchanting three-toed sloth amigurumi! This pattern is designed to bring to life a cuddly companion that captures the essence of these adorable creatures. With detailed instructions, the process is outlined from start to finish, enabling both beginners and seasoned crocheters to craft a soft, huggable sloth. Whether for a special gift or a charming addition to your collection, this pattern ensures a rewarding and creative experience.

Materials Needed:

  • Yarn: Worsted weight yarn in taupe heather (for the body), off-white, raspberry, and a multi-colored variegated yarn for distinctive features such as the claws and eye patches.
  • Crochet Hook: 5 mm size.
  • Safety Eyes: 16 mm size, black.
  • Stuffing: Polyester fiberfill for filling.
  • Yarn Needle: For weaving in ends and assembly.
  • Scissors.
  • Stitch Marker: To mark the beginning of rounds.
  • Hot Glue Gun: Optional, for securing the safety eyes.


  • ch: chain
  • sc: single crochet
  • inc: increase (2 sc in the same stitch)
  • dec: decrease (sc 2 together)
  • st(s): stitch(es)
  • sl st: slip stitch
  • magic ring: A technique to start amigurumi projects.

Making Process:

Head and Face:

  • Start by crocheting the head in the round, beginning with a magic ring and increasing in successive rounds up to 60 stitches.
  • Continue with straight rounds to form the head’s shape.
  • Switch to off-white yarn to crochet the facial part, followed by a series of decreases to shape the face.


  • The body is worked similarly, starting with a magic ring and increasing in rounds until reaching 60 stitches.
  • After several straight rounds for length, proceed with gradual decreases to taper the body.

Limbs and Tail:

  • Arms and legs start with a magic ring, following specific increases to create the shoulder or thigh, then worked in straight rounds for length before decreasing for wrists and ankles.
  • Crochet claws and attach them to each limb.
  • The tail is worked in rounds starting narrow and slightly widening for a naturalistic look.


  • Sew the head to the body securely.
  • Attach the arms, legs, and tail, positioning them to give the sloth a natural, relaxed pose.


  • Create eye patches and sew them around the safety eyes for expressiveness.
  • Embroider the nose and mouth with black yarn for the final touches.

This crochet sloth pattern offers an engaging project with a mix of crocheting, assembly, and detail work to bring your sloth to life. The result is a lovable, soft friend full of personality and charm.

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