Tori, the Turtle is a quick and beginner friendly amigurumi pattern. This little sea animal can stand on its own and makes a great desk buddy or keychain accessory.
Make it your own by using different yarn colors, fibers, and weights (try velvet or blanket yarn!) or embellishments like buttons, bows, bow ties, or flowers. It’s an excellent craft fair item as well as a birthday or holiday gift for both kids and adults!
Meet Honu the Sea Turtle! Measuring about 6.5 inches long from head to tail, this cute little turtle is a great size for cuddling and playing with, but is not too big to sit on a shelf as a decoration as well. There are also so many possibilities with shell colors that you could make a whole family of turtles, each one looking unique! This sea turtle is worked up in pieces and then sewn together at the end. This pattern is beginner friendly with detailed, step-by-step photos to help you along the way, but it also fun for more experienced crocheters as well. Check out this pattern and the rest of my ocean theme amigurumi on my blog!
Next, fantastic sea turtles definitely need a playful playmate. So, here is a turtle poking his head out from underneath the water looking to play with you.
The original pattern is available on Ravelry:
Indeed, if African flower crochet is your thing in fantastic sea turtles, here is one that is a stunning development.
Sea Friends is a collection of 4 amigurumi characters. A Narwhal with silver horn, a cute little fish, a simple starfish and graceful shell.
Their size is between 5 and 12 cm (2 and 4 3/4 in) which make them quick to crochet and perfect as little gifts, keychain charms or party favors!
This velveteen bunny born as a part of my amigurumi adventure. This year I'm focusing to learn how to crochet/design amigurumi patterns. I realized the velvet yarn is perfect for making amigurumi. It has that felted texture to make cute and cuddly animals. Velvet bunny amigurumi perfect for gift giving to the bunny lover in your life. He is so soft and squishy! Well, I need to say, I'm not an expert on crochet amigurumi designing. I just start to learn how to crochet and designing these beautiful and creative creatures. I thought it is hard. NO… If you already have an experience crocheting amigurumi, I hope you can do it better than me.