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37 Crochet Bee Patterns

See what the buzz is about these 37 Crochet Bee Patterns! The Weather&#;s warming – which means those buzzing bees are starting to bumble from bloom to bloom.

While some are afraid of them, I think they are super cute with their fuzzy yellow fur and black stripes.

CROCHET BEE PATTERNS

37 Bee Crochet Patterns

Plus, bees are so important to our ecosystem. And our (and our kids’) understanding and appreciation of them are vital to their care and preservation. Celebrate the cuteness of these little critters by crocheting them. They won&#;t sting this time!

1. Bumble Bee Crochet Pattern by Spin A Yarn Crochet

This is a unique amigurumi made in the ragdoll-style; separate pieces worked in flat rows and then joined together to give them that unique 2-D look. 

This sweet little Bumble Bee is sure to create a buzz at the next baby shower you attend!

Either as a cuddle buddy or wall decor, this boisterous bee would make a beautiful gift.

Bumble Bee Crochet Pattern by Spin A Yarn Crochet

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2. Bee Applique Crochet Pattern by Fancy Infancy Crochet

How cute is this bee? Use this bee applique crochet pattern to personalize your baby knitted clothes, blankets, hats, or everything that comes to mind!

If you will use the similar yarns and hook size as the designer&#;s, your finished applique will be 8&#;10 sm = &#;.

You can use the pattern to make larger or smaller applique by using finer or bulkier yarn.

Bee Applique Crochet Pattern by Fancy Infancy Crochet

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3. Bee Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern by Crafting Happiness UK

What a great idea! A cuddly warm blanket that the baby can play with and then it folds into a decorative toy.

This blanket is perfect for a minimalist home, it&#;s gender-neutral and looks gorgeous when folded and rested on the armchair.

Made with double knit(light worsted)yarn, the pattern will create a blanket that is warm and soft, but light in weight, perfect for babies of all sizes and ages.

Bee Baby Blanket Crochet Pattern by Crafting Happiness UK

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4. Crochet Bumble Bee Backpack Pattern by Crochet For You

This little Bumble Bee Backpack is perfect for kids to carry out their own stuff.

It has a cute smiling bumble bee face on the flap, yellow and black stripes on the body of the bag and small wings, too.

The key here is the bag uses basic crochet stitches along with the bulky and sturdy yarn. This makes for a project that works up quickly, and is deeply satisfying too!

Crochet Bumble Bee Backpack Pattern by Crochet For You

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5. Amigurumi Bees Crochet Pattern by All About Ami

The pattern will give you instructions in making Bumble the small bee and the Queen Bee.

These amigurumi bees will have you buzzing with excitement! They are quick and simple crochet projects, perfect for beginners!

Whether you make the tiny bees or the Queen Bee, they are sure to brighten your day!

Amigurumi Bees Crochet Pattern by All About Ami

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6. Crochet Bee Pattern by Grace And Yarn

Whether you are new to amigurumi or have grown a passion for making stuffed animals, this pattern is for you.

Minimal sewing is involved and they can be worked up in an afternoon! Finished bees are about inches tall, perfect for cuddling!

Crochet Bee Pattern by Grace And Yarn

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7. Chubby Bee Amigurumi Pattern by Anniegurumi

Crocheting toys is so much fun, and this Chubby Bee would be perfect in nurseries, as gifts for little ones, or even as a small pillow/cushion in a child’s room.

The pattern is perfect for beginners as you can practice increasing and decreasing, and there is a minimal attaching required.

You will absolutely adore this chubby bee and his sweet face!

Chubby Bee Amigurumi Pattern by Anniegurumi

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8. Bumble Bee Hat And Playsuit Crochet Pattern by Hopeful Honey Designs

From the lively antennae to the golden, honey tones, this Bumble Bee Hat and Playsuit Set make up the sweetest outfit for any little bee to adorn as he or she flits swiftly from blossom to blossom.

Whether paired with a cozy, long-sleeve onesie on those trips to the park or used as a darling photo prop, this ensemble is crochet must!

Bumble Bee Hat And Playsuit Crochet Pattern by Hopeful Honey Designs

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9. Bee Beanie Crochet Pattern by Hailey Bailey

Due to many color changes and the use of a grid, the pattern for this cute bee beanie may be tricky for beginners.

If you are familiar with working with grids and working with several color changes, the pattern would be relatively simple to complete.

The pattern includes suggested average adult head measurements but you can create this to fit any size noggin (including kids!)

Bee Beanie Crochet Pattern by Hailey Bailey

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Bee Rattle Crochet Pattern by One And Two Company

Makes this cute and easy to crochet Bee Rattle for the baby of the house!

This will make the baby discover new textures, sounds, feelings, and will be an inseparable friend.

This can either be made as a rattle or as a stand-alone small bee toy. You can also make it in any color that you choose.

Bee Rattle Crochet Pattern by One And Two Company

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Bee Mine Headband Crochet Pattern by The Stitchin Mommy

With a few thin strands and a bee applique, this crochet headband pattern is absolutely adorable.

In fact, you can work up a bunch of these bee appliques to put on other crochet projects, too!

Either way, this crochet headband is perfect for your daughter going back to school after spring break with a new &#;do and a new accessory to go with it.

Bee Mine Headband Crochet Pattern by The Stitchin Mommy

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Crochet Bee Pillow Throw Pattern by While They Dream

This Bumble Bee Throw Pillow uses Bobble Stitches to create a beautifully textured throw pillow.

A gorgeous, modern accent piece for your home! Perfect for tossing on a chair, bed or sofa, and to liven up your decor.

Bumble Bee Throw Pillow Crochet Pattern by While They Dream

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Soft And Dreamy Bee Amigurumi Pattern by Amigurumi Today

Designed to be cute and cuddly, this Soft and Dreamy Bee is something that you can definitely catch and keep to yourself!

This bee is made in the amigurumi crochet technique, mostly with single crochet stitches, the work is done in rounds.

The size of finished amigurumi is about 18 cm (7&#;) &#; just the right size for your child&#;s cuddle buddy.

Soft And Dreamy Bee Amigurumi Pattern by Amigurumi Today

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Crochet Bee Plushie Pattern by The Turtle Trunk

You won&#;t believe how easy this pattern is! Beginner friendly, this crochet bee plushie works up so fast using Super Bulky Yarn!

Put one on your seat to keep you company or keep him on your bed because he is also a great cuddly, bedtime friend.

Being super soft and squishy &#; this plushie is a great way to make a pillow more fun for a kid too!

Crochet Bee Plushie Pattern by The Turtle Trunk

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Amigurumi Honeycomb And Bee Pattern by Pink Mouse Boutique

This amigurumi honeycomb and bee is the cutest little pattern on this list!

If you have the dexterity, you&#;ll have a darling little bee. This little guy is just so adorable and you will love his honeycomb sleeping bag, too.

A pocket-sized honeycomb and bee will make a nice little gift for a gardener or bee-loving friend.

Amigurumi Honeycomb And Bee Pattern by Pink Mouse Boutique

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Crochet Honeycomb With Bees Blanket Pattern by Crafting Happiness UK

Made with bright happy shades of yellow and smiling bee appliques, this crochet honeycomb with bees blanket will brighten any nursery or room.

It is a modular pattern, meaning you can make it as big or small as you like by adding as many hexagons as you like.

This beautiful bee blanket crochet pattern is the perfect summer project to make for a beekeeper or bee lover.

Crochet Honeycomb With Bees Blanket Pattern by Crafting Happiness

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Bumble Tee Crochet Pattern by Hailey Bailey

Another fun and unique pattern with the crochet bee motif &#; a Bumble Tee!

The pattern is fully customizable. It is written based on measurements and can be easily adjusted to your custom measurements.

You can also modify the length and width of this top. as well as if you would like it to have longer or shorter sleeves.

Bumble Tee Crochet Pattern by Hailey Bailey

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Bumble Bee Crochet Snuggle Sack Pattern by Yarnspirations

Let&#;s get buzzy on our bumble bee snuggle sack! This pattern will provide you with all you need to achieve the soft finish of a beloved favorite. This sweet-as-honey project is certain to be a hit at the next sleepover.

Bumble Bee Crochet Snuggle Sack Pattern by Yarnspirations

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Amigurumi Honey Bee In Crochet Beehive Pattern by Pink Mouse Boutique

The little bee is busy looking for delicious flowers. And when the day is over? Then she fly home to her hive. If you like anything with bees, this pattern includes instructions on how to make the honeycomb house and bee in the picture that you will absolutely adore!

Amigurumi Honey Bee In Crochet Beehive Pattern by Pink Mouse Boutique

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Bumble Bee Cushion Crochet Pattern by Little Doolally

Inspired by nature and the delights of Summertime, this Bumble Bee Cushion is great to make with full instructions. With a buttoned opening on the back to take the pad in or out for washing. Ideal to brighten up any seat or room and great to make for a gift!

Bumble Bee Cushion Crochet Pattern by Little Doolally

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Crochet Benevolent Bumble Bee Pattern by Moogly

This Benevolent Bumble Bee is big, sweet, and ready for a cuddle – no stings, we promise! This pattern is also made amigurumi style (but so big!) – the rounds are worked in spirals, with no joins.

It does feature appliqued on facial features and feet – so if you make it for a child under age 3, you may want to skip the feet altogether and embroider on the facial features instead. 

Crochet Benevolent Bumble Bee Pattern by Moogly

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Amigurumi Beehive Crochet Pattern by Vliegende Hollander

Have your own Amigurumi Beehive, sitting safe and sound on your dresser, or hanging on your room. When made with the described hook size and yarn, the beehive will stand 22cm/9&#; tall.

Amigurumi Beehive Crochet Pattern by Vliegende Hollander

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Amigurumi Bumblebee Pattern by Hooked Up By Robin

How sweet and fluffy is this adorable bumblebee? It&#;s such a squishy, cute toy, that&#;s going to be your kid&#;s best friend! You can hang it as a window decoration as well, eventually, the bumblebee&#;s place is in the sky!

This happy little chub-bee little fella could be the amigurumi ray of sunshine you have been looking for!

Amigurumi Bumblebee Pattern by Hooked Up By Robin

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Bees Baby Mobile Crochet Pattern by Elisa&#;s Crochet

Busy bees fly as we watch them buzz on this fabulous crib mobile. This pattern would be great in a baby’s play area or in a garden nook or sunroom.

With just a small amount of time and scrap worsted weight yarn, you can create this one-of-a-kind nature-inspired mobile! This makes a great gift for a baby or looks great hanging on your porch.

Bees Baby Mobile Crochet Pattern by Elisa&#;s Crochet

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Bee Rattle Crochet Pattern by Raula Toys

These adorable bee rattles will make any baby happy! These makes a wonderful gift for your lovely newborn. The amigurumi toy develops baby’s touch, hearing, and fine motor skills. Use organic cotton yarn to surround your little one with only the purest things!

Bee Rattle Crochet Pattern by Raula Toys

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Amigurumi Bee Crochet Pattern by Amigurumi Toy Pattern

This cute amigurumi bee will be a wonderful decoration for your home, as well as an original Valentine&#;s Day gift, Mother&#;s Day, or Birthday. Really easy pattern, it works up in no time!

Amigurumi Bee Crochet Pattern by Amigurumi Toy Pattern

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Amigurumi Honey Bee Free Pattern by Amigurum

With a small amount of yellow, black/brown, and white yarn, you can create an adorable amigurumi honey bee. Give as a gift, use to decorate a child&#;s room, or let this cheerful bee keep you company at your desk.

This little bee is sure to awaken your love of making fun and adorable crocheted toys for all your friends and family.

Amigurumi Honey Bee Free Pattern by Amigurum

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Burt, The Baby Honey Bee Crochet Pattern by Storyland Amis

Burt, the baby Honey Bee looks perfect paired with a bee pun Valentine&#;s Day card, don&#;t you think? You could also modify these bees to be ladybugs or butterflies. Use your imagination!

Burt, The Baby Honey Bee Crochet Pattern by Storyland Amis

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Crochet Bumblebee Pattern by Complicated Knots

This beautiful bumblebee makes a wonderful desk buddy and adds a decorative touch to plants, bags, and any other creative project you can imagine! The finished bee, when made with a mm hook using 8-ply yarn measures 18cm from nose to end.

Crochet Bumblebee Pattern by Complicated Knots

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Henry And Honey Bumblebee Crochet Pattern by Red Heart

How adorable is this cute pair of crochet bumblebees for your collection? Place them on a shelf near the honey, or string them up as a cute decoration by the window. They&#;re delightful to stitch and add a fresh touch of whimsy to the kitchen.

Henry And Honey Bumblebee Crochet Pattern by Red Heart

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Crochet Bee Pattern by Lalylala

This lovely amigurumi Bee is adorable, but also very educational! Crochet your own Bee Life Cycle Playset from this pattern, containing an egg, a honeycomb, a lovely little larva, and her bee wing jumpsuit. Even a beautiful crochet flower is featured in the pattern!

Crochet Bee Pattern by Lalylala

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Bee Curtain Tieback Crochet Pattern by BB Adorables

This Bee CurtainTieback is not only a curtain tie, it’s also a cute home decorator, nursery room gift, or a toy for your kids. The height of this bee in the sitting position is 19 cm ( inches).

Bee Curtain Tieback Crochet Pattern by BB Adorables

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Bee Scrubby Crochet Pattern by Yarnspirations

This cheerful crochet mitt will help you buzz right through that pile of dishes or happily join you in the bathroom for a sweet shower! Pair your bee with a jar of honey for the perfect gift!

Bee Scrubby Crochet Pattern by Yarnspirations

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Buzzing Beehive Crochet Blanket Pattern by Briana K Designs

Worked as instructed, the blanket sizes as a throw. With a small weight yarn and going down a hook size it would be perfect for a non-gendered baby blanket and gift. Can you just image how this one would win over with loved ones?

Buzzing Beehive Crochet Blanket Pattern by Briana K Designs

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Mila, The Bee Crochet Pattern by Irene Strange

Mila the Bee is the cuddliest fluffiest baby bumblebee you will ever make – the squishy body mixes different yarn textures for a very tactile huggable toy. Keep the wings extra flat with a bit of blocking or stuff with crinkle material to make it even more fun for the little ones!

Mila, The Bee Crochet Pattern by Irene Strange

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Busy Bee Fair Isle Crochet Pillow Pattern by Little Doolally

Inspired by beautiful Fair Isle patterns and the bright and bold colors of Summertime, this cushion is great to make. With a buttoned opening on the back to take the pad in or out for washing. Ideal to brighten up any seat or room and great to make for a gift!

Busy Bee Fair Isle Crochet Pillow Pattern by Little Doolally

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Bumble Bee Crochet Pattern by Annamaria Majlath

These bumblebees not only serve as a wonderfully cuddly toy, but also wonderfully as a gawking doorstop. Squishy, smiley, and super fun to snuggle with. The simple pattern will delight the bee lover in your life!

Bumble Bee Crochet Pattern by Annamaria Majlath

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I hope you’ll try making some cute crochet bees – it will be a fun project, particularly for the Spring!

Make them for you, your kids, your friends, and everyone you know who loves bees! Just don&#;t forget to share your finished works on our Facebook Page. We&#;d love to see it too!

For more adorable crochet patterns specifically for babies and kids, we have lots of crochet baby toys and crochet blankets. Check them out!

For now, let&#;s get your hook buzzing with these beautiful crochet bee patterns!

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Crochet Bumble Bee Applique Pattern

This bumble bee crochet applique is one of the many spring themed appliques that I made for my spring blanket! Find the written pattern and handy video tutorial below.

crochet bumble bee pattern

How to Attach Appliques

Crochet appliques can be attached a few different ways. Each of the following ways is sure to secure the applique onto your piece of crochet effectively.

  1. Sew on with yarn and tapestry needle using a whip stitch. Stitch the applique onto the surface/top loops of the crochet piece to avoid seams on the back. Watch the video here on how to achieve this.
  2. Use clear thread to sew onto crochet a piece. This will allow you to use a running stitch without any noticeable seams.
  3. If you are not worried about the back of your crochet piece having seams, then you can simply use a running stitch to sew on your appliques with yarn and tapestry needle. Adding a backing to your piece may be a reason why you are not worried about seams shown on the back of the crochet piece.

Will the Safety Eyes Poke?

I have made several blankets in this manner with the safety eyes and I have never had issues using my blankets.

To be cautious, you can simply melt down the backs of the safety eyes using an iron (carefully!) or snip down the backs with a wire cutter or other tool.

You can also opt to use black yarn and a tapestry needle if you are making the applique that will be on something used by an infant.

Crochet Bumble Bee Applique Pattern

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Materials

Worsted weight yarn in black, yellow, and white
Hook: F/mm
6mm safety eye

Notes: Beginning chain does not count as a stitch.

Abbreviations (US terms):
Ch = chain, sc = single crochet, hdc = half double crochet, hdc2tog = half double crochet two together, hdc3tog = half double crochet three together, dc = double crochet, st = stitch, sp = space, sl st = slip stitch

Pattern

Body of Bee

Use yellow yarn.

Row 1: Magic ring, ch 1, 5hdc in magic ring, pull loose end tight to make a half circle, turn

Row 2: Ch 1, 2hdc in each st across (10)
Change to black. Work on flat side of half circle.

Row 3: Ch 1, work 6sc evenly across, turn

Change to yellow

Row 4: Ch 1, hdc across, turn (6)

Change to black

Row 5: Ch 1, sc across, turn (6)

Change to yellow

Row 6: Ch 1, hdc across, turn (6)

Row 7: Ch 1, hdc2tog, hdc in next 2 st, hdc2tog, turn (3)

Row 8: Ch 1, hdc3tog

Fasten off.

Wings

Use white yarn.

Magic ring, ch 2, 4dc in ring, ch 2, sl st into ring, pull loose yarn tail tight.

Fasten off. Make two wings.

Antennae

Attach black yarn to head of bee one st over from black stripe. Chain 5. Fasten off.
Attach black yarn to the left of first antennae made. Chain 5. Fasten off.

Eye
Attach 6mm safety eyes using photo as a guide.

Granny Square Pattern

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The video of the granny square is slightly different from the pattern below but will still produce a perfect square. Following the Spring Blanket, make 5 rounds.

J/mm hook
Tapestry needle

Scissors

Notes:

Beginning chain does not count as a stitch UNLESS otherwise stated.

Granny square will start with a circle and form into a square.

Finished square measures roughly ” when using Knit Picks Brava Worsted.

Written Pattern

Round 1: Magic ring, ch 2, 12 dc in ring, join to first dc (12)
Round 2: Ch 2, 2dc in each st around, join to first dc (24)
Round 3: Ch 3 (counts as stitch), (dc, ch 2, 2dc) in same st as ch 3, dc in next st, hdc in next st, sc in next st, hdc in next st, dc in next st, *(2dc, ch 2, 2dc) all in next st, dc in next st, hdc in next st, sc in next st, hdc in next st, dc in next st, repeat from * around, join to beginning ch 3
Round 4: Sl st to ch 2 space from previous row, Ch 3 (counts as st) (dc, ch 2, 2dc) all in same ch 2 space, dc across, *(2dc, ch 2, 2dc) all in ch 2 space from previous row, dc across, repeat from * around, join to beginning ch 3
Round 5: Repeat Round 4
Fasten off and weave in ends.

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Find here a free pattern to make some awesome bee crochet appliques. 


Yesterday was Earth Day and I decided to celebrate by making these cute little crochet bees! These bee crochet appliques are the perfect addition to a crochet blanket or a bag.

Don&#;t forget to join my crochet facebook group,  you can ask your questions, share your finished projects and be updated first about the last patterns. 

If you make some of these crochet appliques, snap a photo and hashtag it #natalinacraft. I’d love to see your creations on Instagram , Facebook. I love to see your photos!

I hope you will enjoy and understand the pattern. If you have any questions, feel free to write to me. 

You can find a printable version of this pattern at the end of the page.

 

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Crochet Bee Appliques

 

SIZE :

5” / cm tall for the biggest and 4” / 10 cm tall for the smallest when made with the indicated yarn. You can use a smaller or bigger hook to get a smaller or bigger applique.

 

Materials:

• 1 type of yarn calling for 5,5 mm (US I-9) hook in 3 different colors (and a very small amount of pink yarn for cheeks of the female)
• Size 4 mm crochet hook
• Size mm crochet hook
• Tapestry needle
• mm black safety eyes

 

What did I use?

Light worsted yarn in black, white and yellow.
I used «I love this cotton! yarn» from Hobby lobby in Curry (color ), Black (color 2), white (color 6) and Pink (color 74).

 

Abbreviations:

• chain (ch)
• single crochet (sc)
• double crochet (dc)
• half double crochet (hdc)
• increase (inc)
• decrease (dec)
• slip stitch (sl st)
• stitch marker

 


How to crochet a bee applique?


 

Let’s start these crochet bee appliques!

 

PART 1: The Head

 

For the big crochet bee: 

 

Work in rounds, do not turn unless specified. If needed, use a stitch marker for the first stitch of each round.

 

With a mm crochet and the yellow yarn

 

Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)

Round 2: inc 6 times (12)

Round 3: [sc in next st, inc in next st] x6 (18)

Round 4: [sc in next 2 st, inc in next st] x6 (24)

Round 5: [sc in next 3 st, inc in next st] x6 (30)

 

With a 4 mm crochet and the black yarn

Join your new color and keep working in rounds.

 

Round 6: sc 6; change to mm hook: 1 sc in next st (place stitch marker), ch 6 (for the first antennae), turn, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 4 sc of the ch, make 1 sl st in the st with the stitch marker; 1 sc in next 2 st; 1 sc in next st (place stitch marker), ch 6 (for the second antennae), turn, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 4 sc of the ch, make 1 sl st in the st with the stitch marker; change to 4 mm hook: 1 sc in the next 20 st.

 

 how to crochet antennas

 

For the small crochet bee: 

 

Work in rounds, do not turn unless specified. If needed, use a stitch marker for the first stitch of each round.

 

With a mm crochet and the yellow yarn

 

Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)

Round 2: inc 6 times (12)

Round 3: [sc in next st, inc in next st] x6 (18)

Round 4: [sc in next 2 st, inc in next st] x6 (24)

 

With a 4 mm crochet and the black yarn

Join your new color and keep working in rounds.

 

Round 5: sc 6; change to 3,5 mm hook: 1 sc in next st (place stitch marker), ch 4 (for the first antennae), turn, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 2 sc of the ch, make 1 sl st in the st with the stitch marker; 1 sc in next 2 st; 1 sc in next st (place stitch marker), ch 4 (for the 2nd antennae), turn, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 2 sc of the ch, make 1 sl st in the st with the stitch marker; change to 4 mm hook: 1 sc in the next 14 st.

 

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PART 2: The body

 

For the big crochet bee applique: 

We are now working in rows with a mm crochet.

Start with the yellow yarn:

 

Row 1: ch2

Row 2: turn; 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Place stitch marker (1)

Row 3: ch1, turn; 1 inc. (2)

Row 4: ch1, turn; inc in all. (4)

Row 5: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (4)

Row 6: ch1, turn; 1 inc, sc in next 2, 1 inc. (6)

Row 7: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 8: ch1, turn; 1 inc, sc in next 4, 1 inc. (8)

Row 9: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (8)

 

Change to the yellow yarn:

Row 10: ch1, turn; 1 inc, sc in next 6, 1 inc. (10)

Row 11: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (10)

Row 12: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (10)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 13: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (10)

Row 14: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (10)

 

Change to the yellow yarn:

Row 15: ch1, turn; 1 dec, sc in next 6, 1 dec. (8)

Row 16: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (8)

Row 17: ch1, turn; 1 dec, sc in next 4, 1 dec. (6)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 18: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

Row 19: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

how to crochet a bee applique

 

DO NOT TURN. Change your hook and use the 4 mm hook.  Make 16 sc evenly divide until the stitch marker. Change to the mm hook. Make 1 sc in the stitch with your st marker, ch 3, turn,  from the 2nd ch from hook: sc in next 2, 1 sc in the st with the stitch marker. Change to 4 mm crochet hook and make 16 sc evenly divided until the last row (row 19). Leave a long tail (to sew the head to the body), cut the yarn.

 

 

For the small crochet bee applique: 

 

We are now working in rows with a mm crochet.

Start with the yellow yarn:

Row 1: ch2

Row 2: turn; 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Place stitch marker (1)

Row 3: ch1, turn; 1 inc. (2)

Row 4: ch1, turn; inc in all. (4)

Row 5: ch1, turn; 1 inc, sc in next 2, 1 inc. (6)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 6: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

Row 7: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

 

Change to the yellow yarn:

Row 8: ch1, turn; 1 inc, sc in next 4, 1 inc. (8)

Row 9: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (8)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 10: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (8)

Row 11: ch1, turn; 1 dec, sc in next 4, 1 dec. (6)

 

Change to the yellow yarn:

Row 12: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

Row 13: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 14: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

 

DO NOT TURN. Change your hook and use the 4 mm hook.  Make 10 sc evenly divided until the stitch marker. Change to the mm hook. Make 1 sc in the stitch with your st marker, ch 2, turn,  from the 2nd ch from hook: sc in next st, 1 sc in the st with the stitch marker. Change to 4 mm crochet hook and make 10 sc evenly divided until the last row (Row 13). Leave a long tail (to sew the head to the body), cut the yarn.

 

 


PART 3: The wings

 

Now let&#;s see how to crochet bees&#; wings.

 

For the big crochet bee (make 2)

 

We are working in rows with a mm crochet, with the white yarn.

ch (11)

From the 2nd ch from hook: 1 sc in the next 4 st, 1 hdc in the next 3 st, 1 dc in the next 2 st, 4 dc in the next st.

Now on the other side of the chain: 1 dc in the next 2 st, 1 hdc in the next 3 st, 1 sc in the next 4 st, sl st in the next st. Leave a long tail and cut the yarn.

crochet wings

 

 

For the small crochet bee (make 4)

 

We are working in rows with a mm crochet, with the white yarn.

ch 8

From the 2nd ch from hook: 1 sl st in the next 2 st, 1 sc in the next 3 st, 1 hdc in the next st, 4 hdc in the next st.

Now on the other side of the chain: 1 hdc in the next st, 1 sc in the next 3 st, 1 sl st in the next 2 st, sl st in the next st. Leave a long tail and cut the yarn.

 

crochet bee wings

 


PART 4: The faces

 

For the male: I put the eyes between Rounds 2 and 3 of the head, spaced by 3 stitches. With your tapestry needle and the black yarn, make some eyebrows above the eyes and a mouth (see picture below).

 

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Let me show you how to make eyelashes.

For the female: I put the eyes between Rounds 2 and 3 of the head, spaced by 3 stitches. Before to attach the eyes, with your tapestry needle and the black yarn, make some eyelashes (see picture below). Once it is done, you can attach the eyes.

You can then make a mouth and add some blush below the eyes with your tapestry needle and some pink yarn (see picture below).

 

 

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crochet bee applique

 

For the small crochet bee applique: I put the eyes between Rounds 2 and 3 of the head, spaced by 3 stitches. With your tapestry needle and the black yarn, make a mouth (see picture below).

 

crochet small bee

 


PART 5: Assembling all the parts together

 

Sew the head to the body (choose if you want it on the left, on the right or in the middle). I did sew the heads to the last two rows of the body.

Sew the wings on the inside of the body. You can decide how long you want the wings to be (i hide about &#; / cm of the wings &#; see picture below). For the big ones, I attached both wings at the top of the body. For the little one, I attached them to both sides.

 

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Of course, my official tester loves these crochet bumble bees and made them meet the family of crochet avocados!


Materials

  • 1 type of yarn calling for 5,5 mm (US I-9) hook in 3 different colors (and a very small amount of pink yarn for cheeks of the female)
  • Size 4 mm crochet hook
  • Size mm crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • mm black safety eyes

Tools

  • chain (ch)
  • single crochet (sc)
  • double crochet (dc)
  • half double crochet (hdc)
  • increase (inc)
  • decrease (dec)
  • slip stitch (sl st)
  • stitch marker

Instructions

How to crochet a bee applique?

Let’s start these crochet bee appliques!

PART 1: The Head

For the big crochet bee: 

Work in rounds, do not turn unless specified. If needed, use a stitch marker for the first stitch of each round.

With a mm crochet and the yellow yarn

Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)

Round 2: inc 6 times (12)

Round 3: [sc in next st, inc in next st] x6 (18)

Round 4: [sc in next 2 st, inc in next st] x6 (24)

Round 5: [sc in next 3 st, inc in next st] x6 (30)

 

With a 4 mm crochet and the black yarn

Join your new color and keep working in rounds.

 

Round 6: sc 6; change to mm hook: 1 sc in next st (place stitch marker), ch 6 (for the first antennae), turn, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 4 sc of the ch, make 1 sl st in the st with the stitch marker; 1 sc in next 2 st; 1 sc in next st (place stitch marker), ch 6 (for the second antennae), turn, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 4 sc of the ch, make 1 sl st in the st with the stitch marker; change to 4 mm hook: 1 sc in the next 20 st.

For the small crochet bee: 

Work in rounds, do not turn unless specified. If needed, use a stitch marker for the first stitch of each round.

 

With a mm crochet and the yellow yarn

 

Round 1: start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)

Round 2: inc 6 times (12)

Round 3: [sc in next st, inc in next st] x6 (18)

Round 4: [sc in next 2 st, inc in next st] x6 (24)

 

With a 4 mm crochet and the black yarn

Join your new color and keep working in rounds.

 

Round 5: sc 6; change to 3,5 mm hook: 1 sc in next st (place stitch marker), ch 4 (for the first antennae), turn, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 2 sc of the ch, make 1 sl st in the st with the stitch marker; 1 sc in next 2 st; 1 sc in next st (place stitch marker), ch 4 (for the 2nd antennae), turn, 2 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st in next 2 sc of the ch, make 1 sl st in the st with the stitch marker; change to 4 mm hook: 1 sc in the next 14 st.

PART 2: The body

 

For the big crochet bee applique: 

We are now working in rows with a mm crochet.

Start with the yellow yarn:

 

Row 1: ch2

Row 2: turn; 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Place stitch marker (1)

Row 3: ch1, turn; 1 inc. (2)

Row 4: ch1, turn; inc in all. (4)

Row 5: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (4)

Row 6: ch1, turn; 1 inc, sc in next 2, 1 inc. (6)

Row 7: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 8: ch1, turn; 1 inc, sc in next 4, 1 inc. (8)

Row 9: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (8)

 

Change to the yellow yarn:

Row 10: ch1, turn; 1 inc, sc in next 6, 1 inc. (10)

Row 11: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (10)

Row 12: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (10)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 13: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (10)

Row 14: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (10)

 

Change to the yellow yarn:

Row 15: ch1, turn; 1 dec, sc in next 6, 1 dec. (8)

Row 16: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (8)

Row 17: ch1, turn; 1 dec, sc in next 4, 1 dec. (6)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 18: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

Row 19: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

DO NOT TURN. Change your hook and use the 4 mm hook.  Make 16 sc evenly divide until the stitch marker. Change to the mm hook. Make 1 sc in the stitch with your st marker, ch 3, turn,  from the 2nd ch from hook: sc in next 2, 1 sc in the st with the stitch marker. Change to 4 mm crochet hook and make 16 sc evenly divided until the last row (row 19). Leave a long tail (to sew the head to the body), cut the yarn.

For the small crochet bee applique: 

 

We are now working in rows with a mm crochet.

Start with the yellow yarn:

Row 1: ch2

Row 2: turn; 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook. Place stitch marker (1)

Row 3: ch1, turn; 1 inc. (2)

Row 4: ch1, turn; inc in all. (4)

Row 5: ch1, turn; 1 inc, sc in next 2, 1 inc. (6)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 6: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

Row 7: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

 

Change to the yellow yarn:

Row 8: ch1, turn; 1 inc, sc in next 4, 1 inc. (8)

Row 9: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (8)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 10: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (8)

Row 11: ch1, turn; 1 dec, sc in next 4, 1 dec. (6)

 

Change to the yellow yarn:

Row 12: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

Row 13: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

 

Change to the black yarn:

Row 14: ch1, turn; 1 sc in all st. (6)

DO NOT TURN. Change your hook and use the 4 mm hook.  Make 10 sc evenly divided until the stitch marker. Change to the mm hook. Make 1 sc in the stitch with your st marker, ch 2, turn,  from the 2nd ch from hook: sc in next st, 1 sc in the st with the stitch marker. Change to 4 mm crochet hook and make 10 sc evenly divided until the last row (Row 13). Leave a long tail (to sew the head to the body), cut the yarn.

 

PART 3: The wings

 

Now let's see how to crochet bees' wings.

 

For the big crochet bee (make 2)

We are working in rows with a mm crochet, with the white yarn.

ch (11)

From the 2nd ch from hook: 1 sc in the next 4 st, 1 hdc in the next 3 st, 1 dc in the next 2 st, 4 dc in the next st.

Now on the other side of the chain: 1 dc in the next 2 st, 1 hdc in the next 3 st, 1 sc in the next 4 st, sl st in the next st. Leave a long tail and cut the yarn.

For the small crochet bee (make 4)

We are working in rows with a mm crochet, with the white yarn.

ch 8

From the 2nd ch from hook: 1 sl st in the next 2 st, 1 sc in the next 3 st, 1 hdc in the next st, 4 hdc in the next st.

Now on the other side of the chain: 1 hdc in the next st, 1 sc in the next 3 st, 1 sl st in the next 2 st, sl st in the next st. Leave a long tail and cut the yarn.

PART 4: The faces

 

For the male: I put the eyes between Rounds 2 and 3 of the head, spaced by 3 stitches. With your tapestry needle and the black yarn, make some eyebrows above the eyes and a mouth (see picture below).

Let me show you how to make eyelashes.

For the female: I put the eyes between Rounds 2 and 3 of the head, spaced by 3 stitches. Before to attach the eyes, with your tapestry needle and the black yarn, make some eyelashes (see picture below). Once it is done, you can attach the eyes.

You can then make a mouth and add some blush below the eyes with your tapestry needle and some pink yarn (see picture below).

For the small crochet bee applique: I put the eyes between Rounds 2 and 3 of the head, spaced by 3 stitches. With your tapestry needle and the black yarn, make a mouth (see picture below).

 

PART 5: Assembling all the parts together

 

Sew the head to the body (choose if you want it on the left, on the right or in the middle). I did sew the heads to the last two rows of the body.

Sew the wings on the inside of the body. You can decide how long you want the wings to be (i hide about " / cm of the wings - see picture below). For the big ones, I attached both wings at the top of the body. For the little one, I attached them to both sides.



 

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