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Bee Worry Worm Crochet Pattern PDF


Help children deal with their worries, frustrations and anxieties with this simple “Don’t Worry Bee Happy” Crochet Pattern. This little Bee is here to comfort kids and help curb their fears.

“Don’t Worry, Bee Happy” Crochet Pattern


This little crochet bee pattern is an adaptation of the popular crochet worry worms. It’s an ideal project for Random Acts of Crochet Kindness or as a small gift for kids who suffer from worries, anxiety, or loneliness.

Crochet Bee worry worm pattern

Materials Needed


  • 100% cotton yarn (DK or Sport) in white, yellow and black. (Acrylic yarn would also work)
  • Crochet hook: I used a 4.5 mm hook.
  • A tapestry needle.
  • A pair of scissors.
  • Trimits Toy Eyes Solid Black – 6mm, Goggly eyes, or black / brown fiber art beads, or a permanent marker.
  • Fluffy cotton filling, fiberfill or a few strands of leftover yarn
  • Zip Lock plastic or organza baggies.
  • Printer & A4 paper or card stock to print your tags.

Bee worry worm crochet pattern


  • ch = chain
  • mc = magic circle
  • sc = single crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • sl st = slip stitch

Skill Level

Advanced Beginner – (knowledge of how to crochet a Magic Circle or alternative – please see options in instructions below).


  • This worry worm measures about 6.2 inches (16 cm) in length.


Approx. 24 yards (22 m) in total (all 3 colors).

  • Black = 11 yards (10 m)
  • Yellow = 11 yards (10 m)
  • White = 2 yards (2 m)


  • Gauge = 14 dc and 8 rows with a 4.5 mm crochet hook = 4″ (10 cm)
  • Gauge is not really that crucial for this tutorial. Just try experimenting with different hook sizes & different weight yarns to get a gauge you are happy with for the project you are working on.
  • If your worry worm looks smaller than you anticipated, try a thicker weight yarn or a smaller size crochet hook.
  • If you want your worry worm to be longer, just increase the number of stitches in your beginning (body) chain.


  • You can use any type of yarn as long as you have a corresponding crochet hook size (check yarn label for recommendations).
  • If you don’t know how to crochet a Magic Circle, you can either try to figure it out with these video tutorials, or you could just crochet 3 chains (ch), join the last stitch to the first stitch with a slip stitch (sl st) and crochet your 12 dc (double crochet) stitches into the little gap/ring you just created.
  • Numbers at the end of each step (in brackets) indicate the number of final stitches in that step.
  • Beginning Ch 2 counts as a dc st.
  • Please note that I use US crochet terms.



This product is for a CROCHET PATTERN only.

This is NOT for a finished physical item. Nothing will be shipped to you by post. You will download a digital file that you can save on your computer/tablet or cell phone.

NO RETURNS or REFUNDS will be issued on Instant Downloads after pattern/s have been downloaded.

This pattern explains how I make this project. It is NOT GUARANTEED that your finished project looks exactly the same. This will depend on a number of reasons: yarn and hook you use, your crocheting skills, style, tension, etc.

This pattern or its parts may not be REPLICATED, ALTERED, SHARED or RESOLD without permission.

You may SELL physical items made from this pattern, but please GIVE CREDIT to me as the designer (see below).

Rights are NOT transferrable.

If you have any questions, I’d be happy to answer them for you before or after your purchase.

Design and photos are copyright of Start Crochet [May Shehab] © 2023.

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Yaay!! This is one of the best cute little bee. im sure everyone will love to make these such an interesting yet different one so far i have seen. I loved the way it turned out . Thank tou for such a lovely Bee Worry Worm pattern


I loved making this Happy Bee. It will melt away the worries of many, by brightening the day .

Bronwyn Bellwood

I decided to join a pattern test for the honeybee worry worm, which has been a style of fidget toy that I’ve been seeing more of lately. The honeybee approach is pretty cute, and I hadn’t seen one like it before.

It took very little time to complete, relative to other projects that I’ve tested, just a few hours the first time and even less when I made the second one.

The designer has been very friendly and communicative, and it is particularly rewarding to be able to make and assemble an entire item in one sitting 🙂


1 review for Bee Worry Worm Crochet Pattern PDF

  1. Nagakrishnaja

    Yaay!! This is one of the best cute little bee. im sure everyone will love to make these such an interesting yet different one so far i have seen. I loved the way it turned out . Thank tou for such a lovely Bee Worry Worm pattern

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