Cute and Friendly Octopus Free Crochet Patterns

Cute and Friendly Octopus Free Crochet Patterns

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When you think about a cute plush animal for your child, you probably think of a dog, cat, or pony. But have you ever thought that an octopus could be so adorable and also helpful for your newborn? It can be colorful or solid, depending on what kind of yarn you will use. You can give it as a gift or make a crochet octopus family for yourself!

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1. Hubble the Squid

  • Designed by Projectarian

Over 100 photos in a 26-page instruction to the free crochet squid pattern left you no chance to skip this project if you want to learn an amigurumi technique. It’s a simple project with a super-detailed description. Try it and make this cute toy!

free crochet squid amigurumi pattern

PHOTOS by Projectarian / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on projectarian.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

2. Grumpy Mini Octopus

  • Designed by Whitney Kirby

Tiny crochet octopuses can be a beautiful part of your sea-themed projects and a toy for your kids. You can make a lot of different hues from your scraps and teach children counting, sorting, or colors. Amigurumi octopus will be a lovely toy. And the pattern is free.

free crochet octopus amigurumi pattern

PHOTOS by Whitney Kirby / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on lovecrafts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

3. Octopus For Preemies Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Cheryl Bennett

This cute little guy was designed to help premature babies, that’s why it’s not only cute and lovely but also really helpful! Octopus For Preemies is really easy to do, so it won’t take you a long time! Choose favourite color or make a colorful octopus.

Octopus For Preemies Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Cheryl Bennett / crochet365knittoo.com

Find the original free pattern on crochet365knittoo.com.

4. Sleepy Peemie Octopus Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Elvira Herrera

This cute Sleepy Peemie Octopus is totally adorable and I’m sure your baby will love it! Moreover, it’s a perfect gift idea for a newborn family member, don’t you think? Choose favourite color and make this cute octopus!

Sleepy Peemie Octopus Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Elvira Herrera / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

5. Octopus Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Anna Maria Liasch da Silva

This lovely Octopus with spring-shaped legs will be a wonderful gift for your nerborn baby. You can choose male or female version of octopus, to make favourite toy for your little family member! Choose bright, subdued colors and make this cutie today!

Octopus Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Anna Maria Liasch da Silva / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

6. Cute Blue Octopus Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Natalia Kushakova

This Cute Blue Octopus is also a great solution for preemies. Design gives the premature babies something to hold and squeeze, and that can be a good thing for regulating everything from oxygen intake to heartbeats.

 Cute Blue Octopus Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Natalia Kushakova / Ravelry.com

This pattern was discontinued 🙁 The information about it was on Ravelry.

7. Rainbow Baby Octopus Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Shvetsova Olga

This octopus is super cute and small, that’s why your child can grab his hand and take everywhere! Perfect for begginers, so if you are looking for a gift for your child this octopus is a great idea.

Rainbow Baby Octopus Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Shvetsova Olga / Ravelry.com

Find the original PAID pattern on Ravelry. It’s not free anymore, but the price is low.

8. No-Sew Bubbles the Octopus Amigurumi

  • Designed by Mariska Vos-Bolman

This cute crochet octopus makes a great gift for children and adults alike. Your little one will find it a fun companion to play with and your friends or loved ones will love to display it. The pattern does not require any sewing, so you can be sure everything will go smoothly. Just check the free pattern from time to time and everything will be fine.

Crocheted octopus amigurumi pattern for a cute crochet octopus toy.

PHOTOS by Mariska Vos-Bolman / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on mariskavos.nl, or read more about it on Ravelry.

9. Reversible Moody Octopus

  • Designed by Nicole Riley

This crochet toy pattern lets you make a cute octopus with two reversible sides. One represents a good mood and the other shows the bad one. Such a toy will be a nice development for small children, while adults will just find it funny and nice to use as a decoration. In any case, the project will bring you a lot of positive emotions and even improve your skills.

        Two crochet octopus amigurumi patterns are available.

PHOTOS by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on nickishomemadecrafts.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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6 Comments

  1. if this pattern is no longer available, why is it still being shown. it gets old finding a pattern I like only to find it “no longer available’

    1. Hi Carol! Which one pattern is no longer available? It’s impossible to check all the patterns we have on the 1001patterns for availability. So, appreciate your help very much!

  2. I would like the pattern for the rainbow baby octopus but the one it takes me to with the link is not that pattern.

    1. Hi Marcie! Thank you so much for your comment! There was a wrong link, and I’ve updated it now. Please, check.

  3. Mary marshall says:

    Where is the pattern that is show at the start – the yellow one with rainbow tentacles. It drives crafters mad that the advertised pattern is never available, as this happens every single time it must be deliberate. Please advise

    1. Hi Mary! Do you mean the yellow octopus with a flower? You can find its pattern by following the link under its photo. It’s been a paid pattern for a few years. It was free at the beginning. We mentioned that in the description.

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