This little Crochet Jellyfish Pattern makes a keychain that is about 4 inches tall, but that includes the wavy tentacles. Perfect size for keychains, or as a little backpack friend.
Very quick, this will become a fan favorite for when you need a quick make! You will need to know how to use a magic circle, single crochet, and how to increase and invisible decrease to make one.
Juniper the Jellyfish is a fun amigurumi project that your little one is sure to love! You can make this jellyfish to comfort a preemie, NICU baby, or newborn infant, as the coils remind babies of the umbilical cord, which can help calm them. This jellyfish can also serve as a fun play toy for children, as decor in a kids room, or as part of a mobile in a sea-themed nursery! This handmade gift is perfect for birthdays, baby showers, craft fairs, and more! Easily customize your jellyfish by using different colors and adding embellishments!
This crochet mini backpack keychain is very cute and practical. You can use it to hook to keep track of your keys. You can hold other small items inside it too. The Mini Backpack Keychain Free Crochet Pattern is very easy to make. The video has a great visual step by step instruction. If you are an experienced crocheter, you can customize it to have a little pattern or use different buttons to make even cuter. You can make a few as gifts for your family and friends during this holiday season. Thanks Handmade by Rainefor sharing these free patterns. The links for the free patterns are provided below photos. Happy crocheting.
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This Halycon Keychain is a fresh new keychain, perfect for the spring season. You can use yarn scraps to whip up these keychains in a flash for markets, craft shows, and last-minute gifts.
This crochet keychain pattern creates a wristlet keychain, but instructions are also included to customize your keychains to your style. Ideas include a lanyard length, chunky version, other possible materials, and more!
These cute Pocket Monsters Keychains are big enough so your keys will never be lost again if you use them as a keychain. You can use them to cheer up your kids school bags, trick or treat bags for Halloween.
They are best made with DK weight yarn or light worsted in any color you choose. You can also use fancy yarn to give the moster more texture.
One of the more overlooked type of free crochet patterns available are those for making keychains. In fact, keychains are useful and are a wonderful little project to introduce children to a world of creativity right there at their fingertips. They also represent a very good way to create small stocking stuffers for the holidays. This Free Amigurumi Ladybug Keychain Crochet Pattern is great for creating ladybugs in different colors to decorate keychains. This little stuffed ladybug could be work up quickly and easily. Keychains would look very cute in those crocheted attires.
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