Baby Octopus amigurumi PDF free crochet pattern

Friends, I continue to share octopus patterns. The number of crochet octopus patterns in our archive continues to increase. Our crochet octopus pattern today is a little small. But he has a great bow tie. I love these types of accessories. Adding small accessories on amigurumi is a very good choice in my opinion. If you wish, you can add small figures to the amigurumis you make for girls and make them more active. Now let’s make crochet octopus amigurumi together.

Hello friends. Today i m sharing awesome Octopus free pattern.
Designer: @irina_rybolovleva Irina Rybolovleva

Materials and tools:
Yarn Iris PNK them. with. M. Kirov
(25gr / 150m, mercerized cotton – 100%)
You can use any yarn you have.
Crochet hook – 1.25mm
(or any other suitable for the thickness of your yarn and your knitting density).
Stuffing tool.
Sewing needles (tapestry with blunt ends).
Eyes. I use round legs, 3 mm. Can be replaced with small buttons. Or the pupils can be tied.
Oil or dry pastels for toning. Brushes.

We knit the body and tentacles with one yarn without tearing, so that we have both fewer sewing parts as possible.

AR – Amigurumi Magic ring
MR – Amigurumi Magic ring
App – application
ll – lift loop
sc : Single Crochet
inc : Increase
dec : Decrease
tr : Triple Crochet/ Treble Crochet
st: Stitch
dc : Double Crochet
hdc: Half Double Crochet
sl-st : Slip Stitch
ch : Chain : make increase into same stitch as many as the number which is given in front of “inc” abbreviation (exp; 3inc, 4inc..).
FLO : Crochet into front loops only
BLO : Crochet into back loops only
BL : Bobble Stitch – do 5dc all in the same stitch and then yarn over and pull through all the loops on your hook (the original loop + 1 loop for each partially completed dc).

1 P: 6 sc in MR
2 P: inc*6 (12)
3 P: (1 sc, inc)*6 (18)
4 P: (2 sc, inc)*6 (24)
5 P: (3 sc, inc)*6 (30)
6 P: (4 sc, inc)*6 (36)
7 P: (5 sc, inc)*6 (42)
8 P: (6 sc, inc)*6 (48)
9-13 P: (5 rows) 48 sc (48)
14 P: (6 sc, dec)*6 (42)
15-18 P: (4 row) 42 sc (42)
19 P: (5 sc, dec)*6 (36)
20-22 P: (3 row) 36 sc (36)
23 P: (4 sc, dec)*6 (30)
24 P: 30 sc (30)
25 P: (4 sc, dec)*5 (25)
26 P: 25 sc (25)
27 P: (3 sc, dec)*5 (20)
Without tearing off the yarns, we continue to knit the tentacles by the front loops the last row of the body.

We collect a chain of 42 air loops, starting from the second loop from the hook, we knit 2-3 sc in each of the loops, so the chain will begin to twist.

In total, we need to tie 8 tentacles. And to distribute them evenly on 20 loops of 27 rows of the body, we knit: 1 tentacle, 1 sc, 2 tentacles, 2 sc, 3 tentacles, 1 sc, 4 tentacles, 2 sc, 5 tentacles, 1 sc, 6 tentacles, 2 sc, 7 tentacle, 1 sc, 8 tentacle, 2 sc.

Without tearing off the yarns, we continue to knit the bottom. Add filler before doing this.

28 P: knit for the back half-loops of the 27th row of the body (2 sc, dec) * 5 (15)
29 P: (1 sc, dec) * 5 (10)
30 P: dec * 5 (5)
Cut the yarn, tighten the hole and hide it.

They can be made the same, but I like it better when they are different, so, it seems to me, the kids turn out to be funnier.

1 P: 6 sc (6)
2 P: inc*6 (12)
3 P: (1 sc, inc)6 (18)
4 P: (2 sc, inc)*6 (24)
5 P: 24 slst (24)
We leave the yarn for sewing.

1 P: 6 sc (6)
2 P: inc*6 (12)
3 P: (1 sc, inc)6 (18)
4 P: 18 slst (18)
We leave the yarn for sewing.

6 sc in ring
We leave the yarn for sewing.
You can also use felt, ready-made eyes, buttons or beads.

Finding a suitable eye position. Sew tightly.
We embroider the mouth and eyebrows.
If desired, we decorate and tint the octopus.

Our Octopussy is ready!

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