Curly Jellyfish Amigurumi – Free Crochet Patterns
Meet these Curly Jellyfish Amigurumi, easy and such fun to make! Some can live in the depths of the seas but some can be a perfect companion for a child. With the big heads and colorful tentacles you could crochet them in no time using scraps of yarn. The idea behind one of these projects was to engage premature babies hands so they curl around the tentacles instead of their life supporting tubes. These jellyfish would also calm the babies because they reminiscence the umbilical cord. With a little effort you can make these cute toys and support your local neonatal unit. They also make cute decorations and are great for kids of all ages. So let`s grab the hooks and crochet away. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
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Friendly Jellyfish Free Crochet Pattern
ChiWei Ranck is back with another great idea! These super friendly jellyfish amigurumi will be a fantastic toy or a bedroom decoration for children of all ages. Play with colors and curl those tentacles!
Level: beginner Author: ChiWei Ranck
The original pattern and the photos are on 1 dof woof. More info on Ravelry.
Nicky the NICU Jellyfish Free Crochet Pattern
The original pattern was designed for premature babies in the neonatal unit. Why did Chrisette Designs come up with that? These toys could calm them down because the coils reminds them of umbilical cord.
Level: beginner Author: Chrisette Designs
The original pattern and the photos are on Chrisette Designs. More info on Ravelry.
Jellyfish Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern
Squishy and adorable! Even if you do not have a lot of experience making amigurumi toys yet, you are going to learn and master this crochet pattern by Sonya Blackstone in no time, trust us. Just remember to pick some pretty colors!
Level: beginner Author: Sonya Blackstone
The original pattern and the photos are on Blackstone Designs. More info on Ravelry.