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Today I share this baby whale amigurumi free pattern! The best part, no need for sewing! This baby whale crochet is set with this baby octopus and this baby jellyfish!
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No sew mini Whale amigurumi free pattern
- 2mm crochet hook
- Two different colors. I used 100% cotton, DK, 6ply yarn.
- Stuffing material
- Sewing needle.
- Or, you can use safety eyes! The position is at the end of this post.
Finish size: 6cm or (about) 2,5 inches
For a low cost (3 USD), add-free and printable pattern, you can find it in Ravelry here!
And on Etsy here!
Terms and abbreviations (US terms):
Single crochet (sc): insert the hook into the stitch, pull up a loop yarn over the needle, you will have two loops on the hook, yarn over the needle and pull it through the two loops.
Half double crochet (hdc): yarn over the needle, insert the hook into the stitch, pull up a loop yarn over the needle, you will have three loops on the hook, yarn over the needle and pull it through the loops.
Double crochet (dc): yarn over the needle, insert the hook into the stitch, and pull up a loop yarn over the needle, you will have three loops on the hook, pull it through the first two loops, yarn over the needle, pull it through all the remaining loops.
Increase (inc): make two single crochet inside the same stitch.
Decrease (dec): Insert hook into front loop only of next two stitches, yarn under, pull through, you will have two loops on the hook. Yarn under and pull through both loops on the hook.
Back loop Slip stitch (blsl): Insert hook into the back loop only of the stitch, yarn under, pull through both stitch and loop on hook.
With color A start,
1 rnd 6sc in a magic ring
2 rnd 6inc Total 12sts
3 rnd (1sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 18sts
4 rnd (2sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 24sts
5 rnd (3sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 30sts
6 and 7 rnd 30sc
8 rnd (9sc, chain 5, skip the first chain, 1sl, 1sc, 1hdc, 1dc, join with a sc) repeat 2 times, 8sc, (chain 7, skip the first chain, 1sl, 1sc, 2hdc, 2dc, join with a sc) repeat 2 times.
• Change to color B
• For the next round, you will work only in the back loop of the round.
9 rnd 30blsl
10 rnd 30blsc
11 rnd (3sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 24sts
12 rnd (2sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 18sts
• Stop here to add stuffing material
13 rnd (1sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 12sts
• Cut the yarn and fasten it off
- With a piece of black thread, embroider the eyes in round 7 leaving four stitches between them.
- With a piece of white thread, embroider a white line outside of the eyes.
Your baby whale amigurumi is ready!
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