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Crochet Snuggly Seahorse Amigurumi Pattern – Step By Step

Step into the delightful realm of amigurumi crafting with this Crochet Snuggly Seahorse Amigurumi pattern. This creation brings together the softness and charm that crochet lovers adore. Showcasing a calming light blue colour, this seahorse has a pure white belly that stands out, along with carefully crocheted curls for its tail and fins to add a touch of realism. The mane, made from white looped yarn, offers a unique texture, while a small white heart and closed eyes with detailed stitched eyelashes render it an ultimate snuggle buddy.

Crochet Snuggly Seahorse Amigurumi

Materials:

Yarn:

  • Colour A: 150 yards Bernat blanket in Sea Foam
  • Colour B: 50 yards Bernat Blanket in Off White 3 yards black medium size 4 yarn

Hooks:

  • 4mm hook
  • 8mm hook

Other:

  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors
  • Fabric pins
  • Fibre Fill (approx 24oz)
  • 1 pair black nylons

Abbreviations:

  • MR: Magic Ring
  • sc: Single crochet
  • slst: Slip stitch
  • Inc: increase (2 stitches in one stitch)
  • Dec: decrease. (crochet 2 stitches together)
  • [sc, inc] x: Repeat the pattern in parentheses the number of times specified, increasing the stitch count.
  • [sc, dec] x: Repeat the pattern in parentheses the number of times specified, decreasing the stitch count.

This pattern is worked in a continuous spiral.

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Nose & Head

**With Colour A**

  • Row 1: mr, sc 8 (8)
  • Row 2: [sc 2, dec) x2 (6)
  • Row 3: [sc, dec] x2 (4)
  • Row 4-5: sc 4 (4)
  • Row 6: [sc, inc] x2 (6)
  • Row 7: [sc, inc] x3 (9)
  • Row 8: sc 9 (9)
  • Row 9: [sc 2, inc) x3 (12)
  • Row 10: [sc 3, inc] x3 (15)
  • Row 11: [sc 4, inc] x3 (18)
  • Row 12-14: sc 18 (18)
  • Row 15: [sc 4, dec) x3 (15)
  • Row 16: [sc 3, dec) x3 (12)

**SHORT ROUND**

  • Row 17: [Short Round]: do not (6) chain, Work back 6 stitches
  • Row 18: [Short Round]: do not (5) chain, Work back 5 stitches
  • Row 19: [Short Round]: do not (4) chain, Work back 4 stitches
  • Row 20: [Short Round]: do not (3) chain, Work back 3 stitches
  • Row 21: [Short Round]: do not (2) chain, Work back 2 stitches
  • Row 22: Move stitch marker to (12) this spot. sc 12 around, going into each skipped stitch made during rows 17-21.
  • Row 23-26: sc 12 (12)

**Start Stuffing**

**Don’t tie off, continue on to body and tail**

The Short Round

For short round, at the end of row 16, turn work, you will be working back the way you came for 6 stitches.

For row 22, you will go into each missed stitch made during rows 17-21.

Here’s what it should look like after Row 17.

This is what the head to neck transition should look like after the short rounds. The short round will create the curve in the neck.

Body & Tail: 8mm hook and bulky yarn

  • Row 27: sc 6, inc, sc 2, inc, sc 2 (14)
  • Row 28: sc 14 (14)
  • Row 29: sc 8, inc, inc, sc 4 (16)
  • Row 30: sc 16 (16)
  • Row 31: sc 8, inc, sc, inc, sc, inc, sc 3 (19)
  • Row 32: sc 19 (19)
  • Row 33: sc 10, inc, sc 2, inc, sc 2, inc, sc 2 (22)
  • Row 34: sc 22 (22)
  • Row 35: sc 12, inc, sc 3, inc, sc 3, inc, sc 1(25)
  • Row 36: sc 25 (25)
  • Row 37: sc 14, dec, sc 3, dec, sc 4 (23)
  • Row 38: sc 23 (23)
  • Row 39: sc 14, dec, sc 2, dec, sc 1, dec (20)
  • Row 40: sc 20 (20)
  • Row 41: sc 12, dec, sc, dec, sc, dec (17)
  • Row 42: sc, dec, sc 8, dec, sc 2, dec (14)
  • Row 43: sc 14 (14)
  • Row 44: dec, sc 10, dec (12)
  • Row 45: sc 12 (12)
  • Row 46: [sc, dec] x4 (8)
  • Row 47: [sc 2, dec] x2 (6)
  • Row 48-68: sc 6 (6)

Stuff the body and head with fibre fill. Continue to stuff every 2 rows until down 47. Do not stuff rows 48-68.

Roll up the tail into a spiral and sew together so it stays.

Shaping the Body:

Take one strand of 12″ yarn and place it in row 28 directly in line with the head.

Bring yarn back and forth between Row 28 and Row 13 approx 4 times.

Pull both yarn tails tight to pull head down towards chest.

There will be a space where the head comes down on the edge. Sew edge together on each side of the head.

Once sides are sewn together, sew in yarn ends.

Head Spikes: 8mm hook and bulky yarn

**Colour B**

Row 1: ch 25 (25)

Row 2: [Skip the first 3 ch, sc in 4th ch, ch 3, picot stitch, sc 1] x1, [sc 2, ch 3, picot stitch, sc 1] x10

Chain 3. Place a picot stitch in the two front loops of the same stitch you are in

Once complete, attach from row 13 of the head down the back using fibre pins.

Sew on, ensuring the head spikes are centered all the way down the head, neck and body.

Fins (x2): 8mm hook and bulky yarn

**Colour B**

  • Row 1: mr, sc 8 (8)
  • Row 2-5: sc 8 (8)
  • Row 6: (pinch top row together, take stitch from front row and back row together) [3 dc in one stitch, slst into the same stitch] x3

Pinch row 5 together. Insert hook into front stitch and back stitch and place 3 dc in that space.

Repeat 3 times for each fin.

Using fibre pins, attach to rows 32 to 38 of the body. Sew on and sew in yarn ends.

Eyes: 4mm hook and medium yarn

Insert needle into the top of row 10.

Insert needle one stitch down and one stitch over.

Push needle up one stitch and over one stitch and pull through.


Insert needle back into middle stitch.

Repeat steps 1-3 on the other side. Sew in yarn ends.

That’s it.

Pattern By @doubledutchcrochetco