An Awesome Amigurumi Octopus is looking for a new home! Are you interested? Surely! Easy Crochet octopuses are irresistibly soft and so cuddly.
They will certainly become your best friends. Whether you want a giant squishy companion or a tiny creature that you can attach to a key ring, you got it!
Free amigurumi patterns for baby octopus are great not only for soft toy collectors! The toys will certainly be awesome for comforting premature babies in neonatal units. Moreover, such toys will introduce little ones to sea life, so don’t forget to add rattles or squeakers for extra fun.
Some of them are stackable! That will also add to a learning experience. Another feature to include for your crocheted toy are the safety eyes. You can also embroider the facial expressions instead.
Grab your hooks and get the Kraken!
1. Amigurumi Octopus Free Crochet Pattern
This amigurumi pattern for a sleepy octopus is quick and fun to make for any skill level. There’s hardly any sewing to do because it’s crocheted in one piece. You only need to add the ruffle!
This octopus toy looks adorable in different colors or even stripes. Mari-Liis Lille took care of that!
Level: intermediate Author: Mari-Liis Lille
2. Octopus Baby Toy Free Crochet Pattern
This is a great toy for children of any age, evidently! If you’re making it for babies, add a rattle for maximum fun. For bigger kids, you can decorate it with cute bows or flowers too. Kali Dahle will guide you in her awesome pattern!
Level: upper beginner Author: Kali Dahle
3. Apollo the Octopus Crochet Pattern
Do you already feel in love? This paid pattern will provide you with an extensive tutorial on how to make the adorable giant! Eight long floppy arms will be great for snuggling. The contrasting color suckers create extra texture.
Level: intermediate Author: Projectarian
4. Little Cotton Octopus Free Crochet Pattern
Do you want to contribute to charity? Why don’t you make this cotton cutie as a donation to the neonatal unit at your local hospital? The curly tentacles will be perfect for tiny fingers to grasp instead of pulling out medical tubes.
Level: upper beginner/intermediate Author: Crochet 365 Knit Too
5. Takochu Octopus Free Crochet Pattern
Do you have weekend plans? How about making cute and tiny crocheted octopuses toys and adding fun facial features? Once you’ve made one, you’ll undoubtedly continue!
Crochet a whole family of these colorful softies. They are perfectly stackable!
Level: beginner/intermediate Author: mohu
6. Claude the Octopus Crochet Pattern
Looking for something special? You can buy this fabulous, realistic crochet pattern from Kate E Hancock! It captures so many details. Use a cluster stitch for the suckers and be sure to use some contrasting colors for extra fun as well.
Level: advanced Author: Kate E Hancock
7. Octopus Towel or Soft Toy Free Crochet Pattern
Use squishy and bulky yarn to crate this simple and free crochet octopus softie. It will make a great baby toy as well as a towel for kids to dry their hands.
Ekta Sawant had such an original idea here, without a doubt! We surely want to try it! Will you try it too?
Level: beginner Author: Ekta Sawant
8. You OCTOPI My Heart Free Crochet Pattern
This is such an adorable pair of octopuses! With pastel colors and curly tentacles, they will brighten up any toybox or desk. The little figurines by Sweet N` Cute Creations will surely make a great present for that special someone.
Level: upper beginner Author: Sweet N` Cute Creations
The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry.
9. Octopus Crochet Pattern
This cute octopus family is quick and easy to make. All thanks to the paid pattern by Lil Crochet Love.
Curly tentacles and starfish appliques make these underwater creatures so cheerful and adorable! You can crochet some today!
Level: beginner Author: Lil Crochet Love
10. Mini Amigurumi Octopus Free Crochet Pattern
Here is another miniature octopus that will be great as a display object or a cute little toy! This crochet pattern by Sarah Hearn is perfect for using up your leftover yarn! Make each octopus in a different color!
Level: beginner Author: Sarah Hearn
11. The Color Octopus Free Crochet Pattern
Khuc cay suprised us with another adorable pattern! Do you feel like attempting to try? We are, without a doubt!
You can find so many ways to use these tiny wonders. Do you already feels ideas flowing? We bet your kids would know what to do with an octopus or two!
Level: upper beginner Author: Khuc cay