Small Sea Creatures Amigurumi

22 Small Sea Creatures Amigurumi

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Sea creatures are truly fascinating and incredible. Sadly we don’t have a lot of contact with them, and it’s almost impossible to spend some time with a whale, a crab, or a shark. They are wild animals and should live in their environment while we live in ours. Luckily, you can be a little closer to the undersea world by simply crocheting these sweet amigurumi animals! In addition to that,  I’m sure one of these cute fellows is going to be your kid’s best friend! Above all, these animals are really easy to make, therefore perfect for beginners!

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1. Finley the Shark Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Elisa’s Crochet

If your kids dance incendiary to the Baby Shark song a dozen times a day, then they will definitely be delighted with the Finley the Shark amigurumi toy. Crochet a baby, daddy and mommy sharks, grandpa and grandma — all the family with this free pattern, and make your kids happy! Or maybe you also love these formidable fishes, do you?

free amigurumi shark pattern

PHOTOS by Elisa’s Crochet / elisascrochet.com

Find the original free pattern on elisascrochet.com.

2. Colorful Mini Octopus

  • Designed by Karen Benson

Here’s the free amigurumi pattern of one of the cutest mini octopuses you’ve ever seen, right? An adorable addition to your sea creatures collection. Create a few in different colors and with a range of emotions, and these sweeties will teach your kiddos something new and essential. They will become good friends!

free amigurumi octopus pattern

PHOTOS by Karen Benson / elisascrochet.com

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

3. Amigurumi Narwhal Free Crochet Pattern

This sweet little fellow is perfect for making a key chain out of it, because it’s really tine, therefore extremely adorable! Moreover, you can easily carry him around with you and gift it to your friends!

Amigurumi Narwhal Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about the free pattern and the photos are here. More info on raverly can be found here.

4. Micro Whale Free Crochet Pattern

Whales are one of the biggest animals on earth and they’re are extremely nice and polite! Unfortunately, we don’t have any opportunity to spend time with them, because of their size. Luckily, now you can crochet this little cute fellow.

Micro Whale Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about the free pattern and the photos are here. More info on raverly can be found here.

5. Baby Octopus Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern

This sweet little octopus is so tiny and adorable, your kiddos will totally love it, I’m pretty sure of that! It’s a kiddos best friend, that’s gonna keep your kiddo company at all times. In other words, they might just become best friends!

Baby Octopus Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern

The full article and the free pattern can be found on raverly here.

6. Fish Candy Free Crochet Pattern

Do you remember “Nemo”? These sweet little fish look so incredibly alike and moreover they’re gonna be a cute little friends for your children. And above all, this toy is absolutely safe and sound, just remember to replace any plastic elements for embroidery.

Fish Candy Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about the free pattern and the photos are here. More info on raverly can be found here.

7. Mini Crab Free Crochet Pattern

Sadly crabs aren’t the most cuddly animals on planet, however, you can easily make these cuties with some leftover yarn and enjoy your new, little friends. All you need to do is to follow the instructions and have a little bit of patience.

Mini Crab Free Crochet Pattern

The full article about the free pattern is here. More info on raverly about this version is here

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8. Baby Seal Amigurumi

  • Designed by StringyDingDing

This adorable baby seal is going to be the sweetest toy for your kiddos! You can of course gift it to toddlers as well, as long as you replace any plastic elements for embroidery, to avoid choking hazard. You will need a 4 mm hook for this project and some leftover yarn!

Baby Seal Amigurumi

PHOTOS by StringyDingDing / Ravelry.com

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

9. Geraldo, the grumpy octopus

  • Designed by Mari Rezende

Geraldo could be either a happy or grumpy octopus, it’s totally up to you! On second though, why not make both? Feel free to create this sweetie in any color combination you like, it’s going to be amazing no matter what! It’s a fantastic key chain / lucky charm idea!

Geraldo, the grumpy octopus

PHOTOS by Mari Rezende / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

10. Jessica the Jellyfish

  • Designed by Cuddly Stitches Craft

This adorable jellyfish is a super easy to crochet pattern, that includes detailed step by step instructions with many photos, so every beginner will be able to follow that! Don’t hesitate to get started now, because this lovely amigurumi is the perfect project to start your adventure with crochet!

Jessica the Jellyfish

PHOTOS by Cuddly Stitches Craft / Ravelry.com

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

11. Baby Crabs

  • Designed by Jade Gauthier-Boutin

Aren’t little crabs just adorable? What do you think? If you love sea creatures as much as I do, you will love these little amigurumi crabs in the pictures below. Each little fellow is only 2 cm (1”), so they will make the most amazing summer keychains!

Baby Crabs

Photo by Jade Gauthier-Boutin / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

12. Summer Breeze Amis: Octopus

  • Designed by Amination

This little sweet crochet octopus in the pictures below was made by Amination and was inspired by amazing Greek summers, where crabs are everywhere! This pattern will be great for all intermediate crocheters. The finished size is about 5 cm in height.

Summer Breeze Amis: Octopus

Photo by Amination / Ravelry.com

Find original free pattern on Ravelry.

13. Mini Chonks Whale

  • Designed by Audra Bodine

These adorable crochet whales in the pictures below were made by Audra Bodine using super delicate and soft velvet yarn. These cuties in the pictures below were created especially for those who love cute little chonky plushes! They’re perfect for a cute, small gift, a  little companion!

Mini Chonks Whale

Photo by Audra Bodine / Ravelry.com

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

14. Crocheted Baby Seashell

  • Designed by Olka Novytska

Look at this tiny crocheted baby Seashell! It lives in the deep ocean, but it can bring it to your own house too. Measuring only a few inches, it captures the beauty of real seashells found in the ocean.

Display it on your bookshelf, coffee table or as a part of a larger ocean-inspired display. The possibilities are endless! And the best part is that this little Seashell doesn’t require any feeding or maintenance. So, take it home and enjoy its charm without any hassle!

seashell amigurumi free crochet pattern

Photo by @aradiyatoys / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

14. Crocheted Goldfish

  • Designed by Skein Spider

Looking for a fun and easy way to add some color and life to your home decor? Look no further than this amigurumi goldfish! This adorable amigurumi is perfect for beginners, and you can follow the instructions on YouTube. With its bright orange color and 3-dimensional design, it’s sure to make a splash in any room.

And the best part? You don’t need an aquarium or any special equipment to enjoy it! Simply create your Goldfish using your favorite yarn and crochet hook, and let it add a touch of whimsy to your home decor. So, why wait? Dive into the world of crocheting and create your own crocheted goldfish today!

goldfish amigurumi free crochet pattern

Photo by Skein Spider / Ravelry.com

Find the original video tutorial on YouTube, or read more about it on Ravelry.

15. Mosaic Goldfish

  • Designed by Sweet Softies

Amigurumi Goldfish is a quick project that can be made in no time. The pattern comes with 4 different scale designs, so you can crochet a lot of different toys. Make them into a keychain or give them as a gift to your child. These goldfish are completely gender-neutral, so they will work for both boys and girls. Unleash your creativity with this free crochet pattern!

goldfish amigurumi free crochet pattern

Photo by Sweet Softies / Ravelry.com

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

16. Hermit Crab

  • Designed by Kylie Slee

Hermit crabs are lonely, so they always need a friend. It’s a great way to bring a little joy to your children and brighten up your room with a touch of the sea. This crocheted crab is easy to make, and the result is very funny. You won’t regret it! Watch an easy-to-follow video tutorial and get started.

crochet crab amigurumi free pattern

Photo by Kylie Slee / Ravelry.com

Find the original video tutorial on YouTube, or read more about it on Ravelry.

17. No-Sew Clownfish

  • Designed by Coffee n’ Crochet

The tiny crochet fish can become your better sea friend! This crochet project doesn’t require any sewing, and there are lots of different stitches used, so it’s interesting from start to finish. If you’re an intermediate crocheter looking for a fun handmade project, this is for you. Discover the free amigurumi pattern.

crochet clownfish amigurumi

Photo by @coffeencrochet01 / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

18. Amigurumi Fish

  • Designed by Meraki Crochet Studio

A delicate and super detailed project for those who are tired of typical pieces. This amigurumi crochet fish isn’t complicated and you’ll generally just need a hook and some yarn. Plus, you don’t have to feed it! Get the pattern for free and give it a try.

crochet fish amigurumi

Photo by @meraki_crochetstudio / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.

19. Cleo the Clam

  • Designed by Theresa Kicher

He’s a bit shy, but you won’t find a better companion. This cute crochet shell is a quick handmade toy project that can be used as a decoration or transformed into a key ring. Made with chunky yarn, it’s super soft and pleasant to the touch. The project is easy to complete with the step-by-step crochet pattern. Get started today!

crochet clam amigurumi

PHOTOS by @theresascrochetshop / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on theresascrochetshop.com.

20. Plush Ray

  • Designed by Theresa Kicher

This tiny crochet stingray makes a great gift for both adults and children. The project is quick and takes about forty-five minutes to complete. Plus, it requires no sewing and uses simple crochet techniques. The step-by-step video tutorial for this piece is completely free and the written pattern is available on the website. Check out the details!

crochet ray amigurumi

PHOTOS by @theresascrochetshop / Instagram.com

Find the original video tutorial on YouTube.

21. Minikins Crab

  • Designed by Premier Yarns Design Team

If you are feeling a little down these days, these tiny amigurumi projects can help. This cute little crab will quickly become your child’s favorite toy, and you will want to make one yourself. Designed for beginners, it requires only a few basic skills. You will use chain stitch, slip stitch, single crochet and a few other techniques. Give it a try with the free crochet pattern and take your amigurumi to the next level!

A girl is holding an amigurumi stuffed animal.

PHOTOS by Premier Yarns Design Team / Ravelry.com

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

22. Mini Turtle

  • Designed by Valeriia Tomashova

This tiny design is love at first sight! Not only is it adorable, but it’s also versatile. You can use it to make a key chain, a brooch, and even a bookmark. It also looks great on its own, so if you’re looking for a little companion, this amigurumi turtle might be just what you need. The project is best suited for intermediate crocheters, so take a look at the free crochet pattern before you start. Be sure to give it a try!

PHOTOS by OneFunnyMoose / lovecrafts.com

Find the original free pattern on lovecrafts.com.

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