crochet bee pattern

FREE Crochet Pattern: Fuzzy Bee

Perfect Pattern for Spring

If you’re looking for a fun and easy crochet project, why not try making an adorable bee? This crochet pattern is perfect for beginners and will result in a cute little bee that you’ll be proud to display. With just a few basic crochet stitches, you’ll be able to create the bee’s body, wings, and antennae. You can customize the colors to match your decor or make a whole swarm in different colors. Whether you’re new to crochet or just looking for a quick and satisfying project, this bee pattern is sure to be a hit.

The bee crochet pattern for beginners is designed with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions that will guide you through the entire process. The instructions are written in clear and concise language, and each step is accompanied by a detailed photo that shows exactly what you need to do. Whether you’re a visual learner or prefer written instructions, this pattern has you covered. The pattern is also flexible, allowing you to adjust the size of the bee simply by changing your yarn weight and hook size! With this bee crochet pattern, you’ll be able to create a cute and charming bee that will bring a touch of whimsy to any room in your home.

This pattern is worked in joined rounds, which means we will slip stitch and chain 1 at the end of each round. If you don’t care to work in joined rounds, you can definitely work in continuous rounds, just be aware that your color changes won’t be as smooth.


  • Blanket Yarn in Yellow, Black, White, and a scrap of Pink
  • 7mm or 8mm crochet hook
    (Use whatever size allows you to create tight stitches that won’t let stuffing poke through.)
  • Yarn Needle
  • Stuffing (I use Poly-fil)


  • SC – Single Crochet
  • SLST – Slip Stitch
  • TC – Treble Crochet
  • INC – Increase
  • DEC – Decrease
  • [Stitch,Stitch]x# – Repeat the stitches in the bracket, in order, the specified number of times

Pattern Directions


With Yellow Yarn
Start: Into a magic circle, 8sc, slst, ch1 (8)
Row 1: 8inc, slst, ch1 (16)
Row 2: [1sc, inc]x8, slst, ch1 (24)
Row 3: 24sc, slst, ch1 (24)
Row 4: [2sc, inc]x8, slst, ch1 (32)
— Switch to Black Yarn —
Row 5 & 6: 32 sc, slst, ch1 (32)
— Switch to Yellow —
Row 7 & 8: 32sc, slst, ch1 (32)
— Switch to Black —
Row 9: [2sc, dec]x8, slst, ch1 (24)
Row 10: 24sc, slst, ch1 (24)
— Switch to Yellow —
Row 11: [1sc, dec]x8, slst, ch1 (16)
Row 12: 16sc, slst, ch1 (16)
Pause here to add stuffing. Don’t put too much! You don’t want a rock hard bee, you want a squishy, cuddly bee!
— Switch to Black —
Row 13: 8dec (8)

Cut your yarn, leaving a long enough tail for sewing. Thread it through your yarn needle, and weave in and out of Row 13. Then pull to cinch shut.


With white yarn
Start: Chain 6
Step 1: Make 3 TC stitches into the 6th chain from your hook
Step 2: Chain 5, slst into the same stitch as all your TCs
Step 3: Without cutting yarn, chain 6 again
Step 4: Make 3 TC stitches into the 6th chain from your hook
Step 5: Chain 5, slst into the same stitch as all your TCs

Fasten off, leave a tail for sewing.

Attach the bee’s wings at the top of the body. Make sure they’re centered above the face.

You’re Done!

I hope you’ve enjoyed this bee crochet pattern for beginners! Making cute little bees is a fun and satisfying way to practice your crochet skills and create something unique and charming. I encourage you to experiment with different colors and sizes to create a whole swarm of bees that you can display or give as gifts. Remember that practice makes perfect, and don’t be discouraged if your first bee isn’t perfect – with a little practice and patience, you’ll be creating bees like a pro in no time! Thank you for choosing this pattern, and I hope it brings you as much joy as it did for me while creating it.