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26 Kings of The Sea Amigurumi Toy Patterns for Exciting Games

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Sea creatures are so fascinating and unique! Unfortunately, we don’t have a lot of contact with them for the obvious reason that we live on the earth, and they are under the water. But luckily, we can always crochet an under-the-sea animal and enjoys its company forever! I’m sure one of these cute fellows will be your kiddo’s best friend! Above all, these are elementary to make by free sea amigurumi animal patterns, therefore perfect for beginners!

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1. Cute Starfish

  • Designed by Stefani Pereira

This lovely amigurumi starfish will become a nice part of your sea creatures collection. Make it with a simple and free crochet pattern. Your child can play with this amigurumi toy, or you can decorate a nursery or make a sea-themed baby mobile.

starfish amigurumi free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Stefani Pereira / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

2. Beluga Whale

  • Designed by Paula de Tassia

Not everyone knows about such wonderful and majestic inhabitants of the northern seas as beluga whales, but your child will be when you give them such an amigurumi toy. Take the free amigurumi beluga crochet pattern and create it. If to take a glow yarn, it will glow in the dark and look fantastic.

beluga whale amigurumi free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Paula de Tassia / Ravelry.com

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

3. Fleur the Whale

  • Designed by Cara Engwerda

Crochet this lovely whale for your kids to play ocean series games. They can imagine themselves as sailors and discoverers that sail along the Atlantics down to Antarctica, meeting and describing various creations along their way.

whale amigurumi free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Cara Engwerda / Ravelry.com

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

4. Jag the Jellyfish Sea Nettle

  • Designed by Lindsey Roe

Your sea creations collection won’t be complete without this fantastic amigurumi jellyfish. It will be an exciting project as the free crochet pattern describes various techniques. The step-by-step instructions come with detailed photos, so you’ll manage with it for sure.

jellyfish amigurumi free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Lindsey Roe / Ravelry.com

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

5. Sea turtle

  • Designed by Carolyne Brodie

Isn’t it the cutest turtle you’ve ever seen? If you know the basic stitches and techniques for making amigurumi, you’ll manage to crochet this fluffy toy with a free sea turtle pattern. Its size is 15″ or 40 cm when using a D hook.

free turtle amigurumi pattern

PHOTOS by Carolyne Brodie / Ravelry.com

Find the original free amigurumi pattern on Ravelry.

6. Seal baby

  • Designed by Lyubov Kholkina

What a lovely seal baby in a sailor hat! A wonderful gift for kids or somebody who collects sea animals. Learn how to crochet this 14 cm (5.5″) toy by 16 step-by-step photo and video tutorial that comes with a free amigurumi seal pattern.

free seal amigurumi pattern

PHOTOS by Lyubov Kholkina / Ravelry.com

Find the original free amigurumi pattern on Ravelry.

7. Baby Humpback Whale Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by ChiWei Ranck

This fluffy little fellow is perfect for cuddling – it’s about 17 inches, so your kiddo can carry him around easily. But the sky is the limit in this case – for instance, you can make a bunch of these whales in smaller sizes and hang them over your baby’s crib! Just follow the free amigurumi pattern.

Baby Humpback Whale Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by ChiWei Ranck / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on 1dogwoof.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

8. Bernard the Ball Shark Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by ChiWei Ranck

Sharks are pretty scary in real life, and we definitely should avoid them, but this one crocheted by a free amigurumi pattern is not the case in this one. Bernard is a sweet, little, fluffy shark that’s gonna keep your kiddo company at all times. In other words, they might just become best friends!

Bernard the Ball Shark Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by One Dog Woof / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on 1dogwoof.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

9. Squid Squish Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Tamara Kelly

This squish is so fluffy and cuddly that your kiddo will absolutely love it; I’m sure of that! A super sweet gift for an upcoming birthday party – you’ll work it up in almost no time with a free amigurumi pattern, and the result is, as you can see, pretty incredible!

Squid Squish Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Tamara Kelly / Ravelry.com

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

10. Plush Octopus Toy Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Bethany Dearden

This sweet Octopus is such a sweet, cuddly toy for children! Your kiddo can use it as a squishy, soft pillow as well. In conclusion, I’m sure they’ll become best friends! And above all, this toy is absolutely safe and sound.

Plush Octopus Toy Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Bethany Dearden / Ravelry.com

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

11. Neil the Narwhal and Wendy the Whale PAID Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Michelle Alvarez

Neil the Narwhal is not as hard to crochet as it might seem because all you need to do is to follow the instructions and have a little bit of patience. Both whales are 32 cm long and 17,5 cm wide. Adorable, I love it!

Find the paid sea amigurumi pattern below the photo.

Neil the Narwhal and Wendy the Whale Free Crochet Pattern

PHOTOS by Michelle Alvarez / Ravelry.com

Find the original PAID pattern on Etsy, or read more about it on Ravelry.

Find more Interesting Amigurumi Ideas here in this post.

12. Galaxy Jellyfish

  • Designed by Sweet Softies

A really beautiful, yet easy and quick amigurumi project that is great to give as a gift or to impress friends with your crochet skills. The crocheted jellyfish has two types of tentacles, curly and straight. You can easily change which yarn you prefer as the pattern is super adaptable. Think no more and get the free crochet pattern.

amigurumi jellyfish free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Sweet Softies / Ravelry.com

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

13. Two Amigurumi Creatures

  • Designed by Erin Awalt

This pair of sea creatures is super cute and easy to crochet. Amigurumi patterns are always fun, and this one is very adaptable, so we recommend experimenting with yarn types to personalize your crochet toys. Also, you will usually only need some yarn and fiberfill to complete these whales and seagull. Get started today because the pattern is completely free!

amigurumi whale and seagull free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Erin Awalt / Ravelry.com

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

14. Neo the Seahorse

  • Designed by Elisa’s Crochet

Make friends deep in the ocean! With a little crocheting skill, you can bring this seahorse right into your home. It’s an easy-level project for beginners who are just learning how to crochet amigurumi toys. You will use mostly single and double crochet and slip stitches. The finished crocheted toy is about 31 cm tall. Follow the simple crochet instructions on the website.

colorful crochet seahorse amigurumi

PHOTOS by Elisa’s Crochet / elisascrochet.com

Find the original free pattern on elisascrochet.com.

15. Jellyfish In Sailor Style

  • Designed by Dace Rasa

Sailor Jellyfish is a great gift for anyone, child or adult. It’s sure to bring a light beach atmosphere wherever you place it. The pattern is good for beginners as it uses only basic crochet skills. The toy without tentacles will be about 7 cm long. See the easy-to-follow instructions and have fun crocheting!

amigurumi jellyfishes in sailor style in peach, yellow and blue colors

PHOTOS by Dace Rasa / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

16. Giant Shark Amigurumi

  • Designed by Sonya Blackstone

If you’ve ever dreamed of an IKEA shark, this is a must-have. This giant crocheted shark is finely textured and looks so cute that you just want to hug it over and over again. Soft and cuddly, it’s the perfect toy and its quality makes it stand out. If you want to make one for yourself, follow the step-by-step free crochet pattern.

big amigurumi shark

PHOTOS by Sonya Blackstone / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on blackstone-designs.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

17. Angler Fish

  • Designed by Carolyne Brodie

This crocheted angler fish is a really dangerous predator in real life, but here and now, it’s friendly and ready to cheer you up. This crochet toy project is great for crocheters who like to work with detail. A handmade toy is always a great idea to give to your loved ones! The crochet pattern is completely free.

purple amigurumi angler fish

PHOTOS by Carolyne Brodie / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

18. Walter the Whale

  • Designed by By Morgan

Whether you’re an ocean lover or just inspired by your local oceanarium, this project is for you. This tiny whale is a friendly companion that will bring some light breeze vibes to your room. It’s an easy amigurumi project that anyone can do. Add it to your to-do list, and get started! The crochet pattern is completely free.

amigurumi blue whale

PHOTOS by By Morgan / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

19. Jellyfish Summer Week CAL

  • Designed by Les mailles du Rocher

This crocheted jellyfish looks just like the real thing! Except it won’t hurt you. This amigurumi project is a great idea when you’re bored and looking for something different. Display it somewhere in your room or give it to a friend – it’s a great handmade toy that everyone will love. Follow the step-by-step crochet pattern to get started.

grey amigurumi jellyfish

PHOTOS by @les.mailles.du.rocher / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

20. Seal Lars

  • Designed by Denise Karg

Everyone loves a handmade toy. This amigurumi seal is a great thing to give away or make for yourself. Made with plush yarn, it’s soft to the touch and great for cuddling while taking a nap or watching a movie. It can also be used as a doorstop if filled with something heavy. The crochet pattern is completely free, give it a try!

blue crocheted seal

PHOTOS by Denise Karg / Ravelry.com

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

21. Crochet Blue Whale

  • Designed by Natalia Ruzanova

This tiny amigurumi whale will look great in any child’s room. It’s cute, soft and completely safe for the little ones. This project is for beginners. Don’t be afraid to start with a little experience, it’s a great opportunity to improve your amigurumi skills. The step-by-step crochet pattern will help you.

blue crocheted whale with three barnacles appliques

PHOTOS by Natalia Ruzanova / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

22. A Jam of Jellies

  • Designed by Breanna Rea

Create adorable jellyfish in a variety of sizes and patterns. With this project you can make charming sea creatures, from tiny to large jellies. No need to worry about gauge; just keep the stitches tight. This pattern is a free gem, though not as visually striking as my newer creations. You won’t need much yarn – even the largest jellyfish uses less than a skein. Perfect for wall hangings or baby mobiles, this pattern is a must for crocheters of all levels. Follow the step-by-step crochet instructions.

A crochet amigurumi jellyfish.

PHOTOS by Breanna Rea / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

23. Crochet Jellyfish

  • Designed by Les mailles du Rocher

Create your very own adorable sea-inspired amigurumi toy with this jellyfish crochet pattern. Make a whimsical aquatic friend that’s not only a great office decoration idea, but also a perfect handmade gift for children and adults. Dive into the world of crochet and bring the ocean to life with this fun and easy project. Follow the amigurumi jellyfish crochet pattern and get started today!

A crochet jellyfish

PHOTOS by @les.mailles.du.rocher / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

24. Blobfish

  • Designed by Spin a Yarn Crochet

Funny crochet toys will save the day even when it seems that nothing positive is going to happen. Worked as a regular round, this crochet fish is nothing complicated, so you can manage it no matter what your level is. The toy would look great on display in the office and you can easily turn it into a crochet keychain if you want. Either way, you’ll have a lot of fun with this easy blobfish crochet pattern. Pick your favorite plush yarn, grab a hook, and let your creativity run wild.

A pink crocheted amigurumi stuffed sea animal.

PHOTOS by Spin a Yarn Crochet / Ravelry.com

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

25. Holly the Hammerhead Shark

  • Designed by Elisa’s Crochet

If you are into nautical themes, this crochet toy is for you. It’s not only a stunning gift for children, it’s also a great decorative element you can use to style your home. The hammerhead shark is pretty easy to make, and you can adjust the size to make it huge and cuddly enough to hug or sleep with. The instructions for this companion are detailed, so you won’t have any trouble.

Crochet sea amigurumi shark pattern.

PHOTOS by Elisa’s Crochet / elisascrochet.com

Find the original free pattern on elisascrochet.com.

26. Big Shrimp

  • Designed by Robin K

A cute crochet shrimp for those who love uniqueness. If you like to crochet toys but are tired of typical projects, this toy pattern will save the day. It’s not every day that you find a tutorial on how to make a giant shrimp. It’s also a great opportunity to practice, so you can easily improve your skills and make your hobby even more fun.

Two pictures of a pink crocheted sea animal.

PHOTOS by Robin K / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on crochetbug.straw.page, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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