Cuddle Me Fox amigurumi pattern

Crochet Cuddle Me Fox - Free Amigurumi Pattern

Cuddle Me Toy Collection - Free crochet patterns

This Cuddle Me Fox amigurumi is the right playmate for your wild little foxes at home. Its soft white belly makes the Fox into an absolute cuddly crochet toy. Together with Raccoon, it’s a great gift idea for your beloved little ones!


  • Semi-cotton yarn Yarnart Jeans (55% cotton, 45% acrylic; 160 m / 50 g) in orange, brown and white colors.
  • 2.0 mm crochet hook
  • Fiberfill for stuffing
  • 6 mm safety eyes
  • Scissors and sewing needle

If you use the specified yarn and hook, your Cuddle Me Fox amigurumi will be about 16 cm (6.3″) tall.

You can use larger hook size and a thicker yarn, design won´t change, your Cuddle Me Fox amigurumi will be bigger. Just take the yarn and hook you like and get started!

Skill level: intermediate

Cuddle Me Fox Amigurumi Pattern

Free Cuddle Me Fox amigurumi pattern

Cuddle Me Fox Crochet Pattern

Free Cuddle Me Fox Crochet Pattern

You can find other crochet patterns of the Cuddle Me Toy collection with the links:
Cuddle Me Raccoon Amigurumi Pattern
Cuddle Me Elephant Amigurumi Pattern
Cuddle Me Monkey Amigurumi Pattern
Cuddle Me Lion Amigurumi Pattern
Cuddle Me Panda Amigurumi Pattern
Cuddle Me Bunny Amigurumi Pattern
Cuddle Me Bear Amigurumi Pattern

Cuddle Me Fox
Free amigurumi pattern

ch = chain
st = stitch
sc = single crochet
inc = increase
dec = decrease
sl st = slip stitch
(..) = repeat the space in brackets the given number of times
[..] = total number of stitches

Work in continuous rounds (vs. joined rounds) using a stitch marker.

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31 thoughts on “Cuddle Me Fox amigurumi pattern”

  1. Clear, concise instructions. It was very helpful to have the row numbers to reference for placement of eyes and ears etc.

  2. Easy to follow, detailed pattern instructions. Love the helpful pictures that are embedded in the instructions as well.

  3. Fantastic pattern. So simple to follow with amazing tips for all the sewing and embroidery. The little girl I made this for loves it.

  4. I really like those Cuddle me patterns. I have do almoste all little amigurumis.
    But my little girl (3 years old) ask me: “Mom please do me a squirrel.”
    Maybe you can do this pattern?

  5. Hi there, thank you for your lovely patterns. I enjoy making them very much. I do have one question though. At the start of the body we have to increase. Is that part the front ( belly) side or the back side?Margot.

    1. Hi Rina 🙂 You can view the patterns for free on our website and mobile app. PDF version itself is not free. Because it takes a lot of time to prepare the patterns. So, in spite of this fact all people who can’t pay for PDF patterns can view them on the website and make wonderful toys. We don’t hide the instructions, as for the paid patterns. Hope for your understanding 🙂

  6. Hi, thank you for all your wonderful patterns! I’m having a little trouble with Round 14 of the legs. Does it mean I don’t complete a full round for the right leg and I do one round (16 sc) + 3 more sc for the left leg?

    Also, when for right/left leg… is it referring to the leg on the right when I’m looking at the amigurumi?

    Thanks in advance!

    1. Put two legs together so that the socks are looking in different directions and crochet sc till the middle of the inside of the second leg, then join the legs.

  7. Merci beaucoup pour tous ces modeles que vous nous offrez, ils sont tres bien ecrits et sont donc faciles a suivre !
    Un enorme bonheur que vous offrez a de nombreuses personnes.
    Merci, merci, merci vraiment !!

  8. I’m using the pattern to make a blue wolf, and so far, it’s a bit bigger than they said it’d be. I’m filling mine with seeds and rice so I can microwave it and use it as a hand warmer this winter.

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