Free Crochet Corn Amigurumi Pattern For Harvest Baskets

Crochet Corn Pattern

This version of crochet corn amigurumi is inspired by cartoon portraits of corn recreating this fruit as a huggable, soft, and playable item. This will be a perfect gift for one who loves the farmhouse theme. It is much smaller having a basic smiling and shut-eye face and no limbs. Anyone can complete the project in a few minutes or hours. If you are captivated by this idea, check out our shared free crochet corn amigurumi pattern for learning how to make it your own from scratch.

The pattern uses basic crochet techniques and even a beginner amigurumi crocheter can tackle this. So, crochet and gift it!

Crochet Corn Pattern

Whether showcased in a harvest basket, used as a playful toy, or even as a pincushion for a funky twist, crochet corn amigurumi adds a burst of handmade joy to any setting. Happy crocheting!

This corn amigurumi will feature a textured yellow body to represent the kernels and green parts of the husks. The contrast in colors and textures makes it a visually appealing project. Attention to these details can bring the amigurumi to life, making it look almost like real corn, albeit in a cuddlier and more colorful form.

Tools and materials

The designer of this idea and real crocheter used the following crochet supplies. Make sure before starting the project that you have all these materials and tools in hand:

  • Yarn: size – 4 strands of size 8 thickness in the following colors Yellow, Green, Black. However, you are free to use any type of yarn fiber. Cotton will be perfect.
  • Stitch markers to keep track of various regions.
  • Sewing needle
  • Scissors
  • Fiberfill
  • Hook Size 2.5

Abbreviations and technique introduction

Understanding these abbreviations is crucial for following patterns accurately and producing the intended design. Different countries sometimes use different terminology for crochet stitches, so it is important to verify which crochet language (US or UK) the pattern is written in before beginning your project. Below we have did the same:

  • MR – Magic Ring: A technique to start crocheting in the round with a tightly closed center, ideal for amigurumi and top-down hats.
  • SC – Single Crochet (US) / Double Crochet (DC in UK): A basic crochet stitch that is short and dense, forming the foundation for many patterns.
  • INC – Increase: An increment where two stitches are crocheted into the same stitch from the previous row or round, used to widen the work.
  • DC – Double Crochet (US) / Treble Crochet (TR in UK): A taller stitch than a single crochet, creating a looser fabric with more drape.
  • TR – Treble Crochet (US) / Double Treble Crochet (DTR in UK): Even taller than a double crochet, these stitches are used when a significant height is needed.
  • HDC – Half Double Crochet (US) / Half Treble Crochet (HTC in UK): A stitch height that is in between a single crochet and a double crochet, offering a balance of tightness and stretch.
  • SLST – Slip Stitch: Used to join stitches, finish off a round, or move the working yarn across the surface of a project without adding height.
  • CH – Chain: The most basic crochet stitch used to create a foundation chain or as a spacer in a patterned crochet.

Pattern for Crochet Corn Amigurunu

Crocheting a corn amigurumi is a delightful project that captures the essence of one of nature’s sunny treasures. This project brings a touch of whimsy to your crochet creations, transforming yarn into a cob of corn complete with husks and all its intricate grains. Great for seasonal decorations, playful food toys for kids, or unique gifts, a crochet corn amigurumi represents both charm and creativity. Here is how to crochet this corn amigurumi:


Use yellow color yarn. (6)
2. inc x 6 (12)
3. ‘3sc, inc’ x 3 (15)
4. ‘4sc, inc’ x 3 (18)
5. ‘5sc, inc’ x 3 (21)
6. ‘6sc, inc’ x 3 (24)
7. ‘7sc, inc’ x 3 (27)
8. ‘8sc, inc’ x 3 (30)
9.- 12. sc around (30)
13. ‘9s, inc’ x 3 (33)
14. sc around (33)
15. 10sc, inc’ x 3 (36)
16. – 20. sc around (36)
21. ’11sc, inc’ x 3 (39)
22. ’12sc, inc’ x 3 (42)
23.-25. sc around (42)
26. ‘5sc, dec’ x 6 (36)
27. sc around (36)
28. ‘4sc, dec’ x 6 (30)
29. sc around (30)
30. ‘3sc, dec’ x 6 (24)
31. sc around (24)
Fill the corn with fiberfill and add more as you go along.
32. ‘2sc, dec’ x 6 (18)
33. ‘1sc, dec’ x 6 (12)
34. dec x 6 (6)
Fasten off, weave in the ends.

Leaves x 3

Use green color yarn.
1. ch19, starting from the 2nd chain from the hook, 18sc
2. turn, ch3, 6tr, 6dc, 3hdc, 3sc, ch3, slst in
the1st chain, continue the other side of the leaf: 3sc, 3hdc, 6dc, 6tr
Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing.
Sew the leaves onto the corn, 2 on oposite sides and 1 between them, leaving 1 side withouth a leaf.
Using black color yarn embroider the eyes between R13 and R15, 3sc in lenght and 5sc between them.
Embroider the mouth between R17 and R19, 5sc in lenght.

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