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free pattern: fuzzballs!

Fuzzballs are the ultimate in easy and cute crochet, and a perfect way to use up any scraps of fun fur, eyelash or any other fuzzy yarn you may have on hand. These tiny amigurumi are crocheted in fuzzy yarn and come in two sizes: Fuzzball and Fuzzball Mini. Let your imagination run wild as you embellish these little cuties!

fuzzballs by planetjune

Don’t be afraid of the fuzzy yarn – I have Fuzzy Yarn Tips to help you out:
• Not sure which yarns to use? Try my Fuzzy Yarn General Tips
• New to fuzzy amigurumi? Try my introduction for right-handers or left-handers

>> Continue to the pattern instructions >>


  1. Amalia B. said

    I have been unable to find the instructions for these cute fuzzballs.


  2. Buggaboo said

    I need free stuffed animals for my 3 year old. PLease! do no t have euf money to buy! please send free fuzzes!

  3. Debbie P said

    They are so cute. They remind me of Tribbles from an old Star Trek episode.

  4. Bonnie said

    Oh arent those the cutest things…my grandchildren are going to love them…Thanks so much for sharing the pattern…hugs..Bonnie

  5. jo said

    Your fuzz balls are cute but I would only use tham for a teen or adult.
    In my opinion, they are much to dangerous for for small children or to have around pets.
    Small children and pets will eat almost anything and yarn of any kind can be dangerous to the digestive system

  6. Ramona Mitchell said

    Oh, June!!!

    I am SO excited about finding this pattern!!!!

    Let me give you a little of my background. I am a 68-yr-old retired teacher who has been crocheting for 57 years, (and who will not have grandchildren.) Therefore, I need an outlet for my “crafting juices”. Over the years I have “dabbled” in MANY crafts. But in the end…I came back to my original one…crochet.

    I have tried selling my products…no luck. (Many WANT my items…but they don’t want to pay ANYTHING for them.) I gave up on selling…and for several years my only crochet was for family and friends. After they had all the afghans, kitchen towels, etc. they could every need, I was at a loss. I kept thinking that God had given me this talent for a reason. Then I decided that it was for CHARITY! So…for the last 5 years I have been crocheting (and sewing) lap afghans and lap quilts for Hospice and Nursing Home patients, booties for all newborns at my local hospital, sets for the stillborn preemies, a small toy for all the children who come to the emergency room or are picked up by the ambulance, and Chemo caps and turbans for cancer patients. Since that time, I have been content.

    Now…to explain my elation over the :”Fuzzy Balls”. My daughter is a Liscensed Physical Therapist who specializes in children. She is always on the lookout fo toys that she can use. I think the Fuzzy Balls will be GREAT for that. (And they will be a good Christmas gifr for her.)

    Sorry about such a long post.
    Thank you for the pattern.

  7. Maddie said

    WOW! That’s so cute! Thanks 4 the pattern!

  8. Felicia said

    Well aren’t those the cutest little things!

  9. suki said

    hey June~~~~~
    Thank you for your support!

  10. June said

    Thanks Jeannie! I’ve added the ‘You will need…’ section with that information.

  11. Jeannie said

    What hook size do you use?

  12. Deanna said

    those are the cutest, you have such an imagination!! they remind me of tribbles with faces, or the little pom poms with feet that you could stick on stuff, good work!!

  13. Marilyn Grigor said

    Thanks you. This will certainly make good use of the left-overs!

  14. kathleen schell said

    Thank you for the cute pattern. They will make cute party gifts for the kids.

  15. Nicky said

    These are so cute. Thank you for the pattern. 🙂

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