Sweet Amigurumi Turtles will conquer the hearts of your children and friends so fast! They have special powers and are certainly able to put a smile on anyone’s face. Although the beginning of spring is the time of bunnies and chicks in the amigurumi world, these patterns deserve a place in your crocheting schedule as well. What colors will your turtle shells be? Follow the example of these awesome authors or go for something different instead. Check out the free patterns under the links below and follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!
free crochet amigurumi turtle patterns
Making adorable amigurumi toys doesn’t have to be hard, and this pattern from Fira Crochets proves that. Just look at this sea turtle’s sweet face! A toy like this is not complicated at all, so try it if you’re familiar with basic single crochet stitches and working in the round.
Level: upper beginner Author: Fira Crochets
photo by Fira Crochets / instagram.com
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One Hour No Sew Turtle
These crochet turtles from Kali are very squishy because she used chenille yarn to make them. This bulky yarn is very soft to the touch and fun to work with. What’s more, it works up very fast – thanks to its weight. If you’re going to gift it to a toddler or a baby, please change up plastic safety eyes for embroidery.
Level: beginner Author: Kali Dahle
photo by Kali Dahle / ravelry.com
Turtle Free Crochet Tutorial
Oh, what an adorable lady turtle! She looks absolutely delightful and feels so soft thanks to the amazing qualities of velvet yarn. Follow this awesome video tutorial to start your own amigurumi turtle family this spring.
Level: beginner Author: Iris F.
Little Miss Turtle
Meet Little Miss Turtle, a lady among other turtles, although a very very tiny one. This sweet amigurumi is for all of you that enjoy making teeny-tiny toys. To make this one, stock up on patience and attention because this design is so little. Keep it in your pocket as a lucky charm or make it into a keychain.
Level: beginner Author: Diana Moore