If you haven`t done so before, it`s time to put to the test your creative skills and crochet some amigurumis because they are cute, fun and also easy to make. Today`s collection is about Turtle Amigurumi Ideas and you can`t go wrong with these sweet little creatures. You can personalize them with unique facial expressions, but also go imaginative with colors of the shells. Whether you go for solid or a rainbow pattern, you can still decorate them with flowers and other appliques. These turtles are versatile because they can be used as pincushions, kids toys as well as decorations. And don`t forget that amigurumis also make sweet handmade gifts. 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!
Turtle Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern
These mommy and babies pattern is so adorable and real fun to make. You can decorate the shells as you wish – alternate the colors or make it solid and you can even add an starfish applique.
Level: beginner Author: StringyDingDing
Amigurumi Turtle Free Crochet Pattern
Personalize these little sweeties with different face expressions and shell patterns. They look cute in any color so be creative and use up your scraps.
Level: beginner Author: Stephanie Jessica Lau
Sea Turtle Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern
This is cute amigurumi turtle with a unique pattern on the shell. Kids will love to cuddle this turtle and it would be great to create a whole family of them, each one in different color combination.
Level: beginner Author: Loops and Love Crochet
Tina Turtle Pincushion Free Crochet Pattern
This turtle patterns is based on a hexagon. The african flower design works beautifully here making it rather decorative object. Use it as a pincushion or simply give it to a child as a toy to play with.
Level: upper beginner Author: Ina Rho
Spring Turtle Free Crochet Pattern
You will definitely feel the spring with these tiny turtles with blooms. The flowers are decorating the shells making this design fun and cheerful.
Level: beginner Author: Anitha Domacin