Aaron and I went to visit his mom and little sister in Minnesota for a week and during that visit, I decided to crochet a seahorse, since I have seen so few free patterns offered for one. I wasn’t too crazy about the color scheme of mine. I would have rather had a golden yarn with rainbow colored stripes and eyes, but it’s all good. His name is Senor Seahorse since he kinda looks like a luchador. But you can do whatever you want with it’s features. This pattern is for the entire body and snout.
This is what Senor Seahorse looks like
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This is my amigurumi octopus whom Aaron, once again cleverly named LiverSpot Lloyd. I’ve chosen to keep track of my pattern to share with you all. So please enjoy my free amigurumi octopus pattern.
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Here is a free amigurumi Yoshi pattern I made.I was inspired to make this after making an amigurumi super mario for my brother.This amigurmi Yoshi took me a few days to complete, mainly because I was trying to keep track of my pattern so I could post it here for everyone. I used a turquoise color only because I had no green, but remember that Yoshies come in different colors and yours can be any color of your choice. The finished product should measure approximately 10 1/2 – 11 inches tall.
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This is an Amigurumi Owl I came up with last night. Aaron has cleverly chosen to name him Hooter (real original) and because it is so simple, I’ve chosen to share my pattern with the world!
Hooter is now up for sale in my Etsy shop, you can find him by clicking HERE
If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments.
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After attempting a Zig-Zag pattern (which I still can’t quite figure out to my liking)
I accidentally came up with a fairly pleasing wavy/ripple pattern:
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Here’s a pattern I came up with after discovering the magic of Granny Squares:
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