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Bubbles the Jellyfish Amigurumi Pattern

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Bubbles the Jellyfish Amigurumi Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet, single crochet decrease, chain stitch, slip stitch

Pattern Description:

When I set out to design Bubbles, I wanted a jellyfish that would stand on its own. I made great use of the jellyfish's oral arms for that - and then went about making the tendrils. I didn't want them to be straight. I didn't want them to be too curly. I wanted them somewhere in between. It's funny how I will get fixed on something until it is exactly the way I would like it to look. I'm glad I did. I really love the way Bubbles came out! I hope you do too :)

Bubbles is an easy pattern to make. I think once you make one, you'll want to make another.... and another.....and another....




This original CraftyDeb crochet amigurumi pattern is designed by Deb Richey.

All CraftyDeb patterns are for personal use only and not for resale or selling finished items online. They can be made for in person craft shows and fairs.

Your Craftsy purchase will also be made available for download on my main website at www.CraftyDeb.com.

Gauge:

There is no gauge given however the tighter your stitches, the less stuffing will show through. If you can see air between your stitches, use a smaller hook.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 7 1/2" tall when made with worsted weight yarn.

Materials:

  • 1 1/2 oz yarn - main color
  • 1 1/2 oz yarn - accent color

You Will Also Need:

  • fluff/polyfill
  • stitch/row markers
  • row counter
  • Size G hook
  • 15mm safety eyes or buttons - can also have embroidered eyes
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About the designer

I am a crocheter who loves to design mainly dolls and afghans although I've been known to come up with other things as well!


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