Flying Pig Amigurumi

I find flying pigs incredibly funny and super cute, which is why for the longest time I’ve been wanting to crochet a flying pig amigurumi. Of course, other projects always came up and I would put the flying pig idea on the back burner. It’s funny though, I’ve made regular, plain, old pigs before and all I really needed to do was add wings but…

Anyway, I decided today would be the day to finally crochet a Flying Pig!

Flying Pig Amigurumi

The pattern is fairly easy and suitable for beginners who want to practice making different amigurumi shapes. The pattern is in English and uses US crochet terms. The only part that I stuffed with fiberfill was the body but if you decide to make this you can definitely add stuffing to the legs and snout, though I don’t think it’s really necessary.

For this pig I didn’t use safety eyes and instead stitched upside down V’s to create laughing eyes – he is after all happily soaring through the clouds!

The finished size will depend on your tension and the type of yarn you use but for reference, the one I made was about 3.5″ in length and I used worsted weight (4) acrylic yarn.

You can find the inexpensive and ad-free PDF version of the pattern in my Etsy shop.

Flying Pig Amigurumi
Flying Pig Crochet Amigurumi
Flying Pig Amigurumi

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If you make this flying pig crochet pattern I’d love to see your creation, just tag me on Instagram @popsdemilk_crochet and use the hashtag #popsdemilk


This pattern is for personal use only. The pattern and its photos may not be reproduced, distributed or resold, translated, published, altered, shared or posted in any way over the internet or offline.

You may sell finished items made from this pattern as long as it is handmade by you, not mass produced, giving the credit to Pops de Milk / Patricia Castillo as the designer. If you have any questions, you can email me at

9 thoughts on “Flying Pig Amigurumi

  1. I was literally looking for a flying pig pattern not even a week ago! My mother in laws friend collects them and I thought she’d love to have one. Thank you so much! :D❤️

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  3. Thank you so much! when I saw this, it was love at first sight! I´m still learning how to, and so It was the second smallest thing I´ve done, but I did! Thanks for sharing the pattern!

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