Choly Knight

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Free (Crochet) Pattern Friday! Squid Amigurumi

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I’m back with another crochet pattern! For you stitchers out there I made a 3rd little sea creature for our jellyfish and octopus friends 🙂 These squids have the classic pointed head with two little side fins (done with half-double and double crochet). Six little small tentacles and two large tentacles finish off the bottom. The pattern contains templates for stitching on angry or happy faces plus cute contrast spots, but you could use safety eyes as well.

And just like the other crochet patterns so far, you can make this with just about 100 yards of yarn. I used DK personally, but bulky yarn looks great too. It really is a catch-all kind of design because it looks good in just about any color. It’s a great use for leftovers — I used up a ton of mine this way ♥. The instructions contain both an illustrated chart and written instructions in case you prefer to follow one over the other.

I hope you all enjoy it!

5 thoughts on “Free (Crochet) Pattern Friday! Squid Amigurumi

  1. Thank you! ❤️

  2. OMG! 🙀Yes! 💕This is simply perfect❣️ I’ve been on the lookout for a really cute squid pattern for a friend who adores them. Must dig out the purple yarn. :)💜🦑💜

  3. Thank you!!! My grandson loved the octopus amigurumi now I will begin the squid. Again Thank-you!!!

  4. Thank you so much for sharing this and the Octopus Amigurumi Pattern! My friends and me are playing Splatoon and are big fans of Squid and Octopi right now. I already started on making lots of Squids as a Christmas surprise. I’m sure they will love it. I will send you pictures when I’m done with all! The pattern is really fun and with the instructions its really easy to crochet.
    I feel very happy I discovered your blog. I also love sewing and will start a few of your amazing projects in the near future.
    Thank you very very much for sharing all your amazing patterns and making those useful instructions. I’m a total newbie at crocheting and it was a really easy to understand.
    Your blog inspires me to make many more handmade presents.
    Thank you so much again!
    I wish you lots of love and luck
    Pluanda

    • I’m so glad you’re enjoying the patterns and you find them easy to understand! It means a lot ♥ Thank you so much for the kind words 😀
      That’s really great that they’re useful to you as gifts! I’m sure your friends will love them ^_^
      I hope you like the projects to come in the future!

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