Colibri Amigurumi Crochet Tutorial
Learn how to crochet this cute and colorful Amigurumi Colibri (Hummingbird) using an easy to follow, step by step crochet tutorial.
To be honest, I’ve seen many crochet bird patterns but this amigurumi Colibri is simply out of this world. It is definitely the most extraordinary and eye-catching project I’ve ever worked on.
The Colibri (hummingbird) is a sacred symbol for the Taino Indians – indigenous nation of the Caribbean. It is sacred because the hummingbird is a pollinator and therefore disseminator of new life.
Hummingbirds are probably the most amazing birds on all over our blue planet. They are among the smallest of birds measuring between 3 – 5 inches in length.
They are known as hummingbirds because of the humming sound created by their beating wings which flap up to 100 – 150 times per second. In fact, this is the only species of bird that can fly in all directions.
I’m so excited about these fascinating creatures that I would love to write more but that’s enough for now. Let’s get down to business.
Here, you will find some very easy to follow tutorials on how to crochet this gorgeous amigurumi Colobri in the best possible way. Just follow the tutorial link below and enjoy yourself.
This is a fresh new, step by step Colibri amigurumi crochet tutorial. You can also choose different caption languages by clicking the captions icon on a video. Enjoy!
13 thoughts on “Colibri Amigurumi Crochet Tutorial”
I knitted a dove one year for co. Fair
Judges thought it was boughton who and gave me a white.i used #1 needles and it took a week to make.
Is there a tutorial in English? I do not speak or read Spanish
Yes English Please
Is there an English version of hummingbird pattern?
You can go in and change the captioning to English, I tried and it worked. So at least I can see what she is saying. Hope this helps!
Where do you change it
Go to the settings, select subtitles, then auto translate and choose English. That’s not the perfect translation, but still helpful enough for English speakers.
Or the little CC box at the bottom right corner.
How do I get an English version? I see nowhere to translate it! Help I need this pattern!!!!!
Where do you change it
Go to the settings, select subtitles, then auto translate and choose English. That’s not the exact translation, but still helpful enough for English speakers.
Is er een Nederlandse beschrijving
If you open the video in YouTube (separate tab), there is a link to a written pattern. If you watch the video (translated) and refer to the written pattern, it is pretty easy to follow.