Earnest the Turtle Crochet Amigurumi

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Earnest the Turtle Crochet Amigurumi Pattern


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Earnest the Turtle Crochet Amigurumi 8.5 inches long
Earnest the Turtle Crochet Amigurumi Earnest the Turtle
Earnest the Turtle Crochet Amigurumi Expressive facial features!

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Single Crochet
  • Single Crochet Decrease
  • Chain
  • Slip Stitch
  • Reverse Single Crochet (explained in pattern)
  • Crochet in the Round

Pattern Description:

This pattern is written in the English language using American terms. The pattern follows the Craft Yarn Council of America's standards and guidelines for crochet patterns.

Earnest enjoys the sunshine and takes life one slow step at a time. He is worked up in bright colors, and he has a sweet expressive face. He will be loved by any child, and adults alike!

Included are pictures and detailed instructions of the embroidery and assembly.

You are not allowed to sell or distribute this pattern, any part of this pattern, or the photographs in any form. This pattern is protected under the copyright laws.

You do however have permission to sell your finished items that you make from this pattern! I do ask that if you sell your finished items to please give credit to me, Ida Herter, as the designer. If you choose to sell your finished items online, please include a link to my online shop.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 8.5 inches long from head to tail
  • 4 inches tall


  • Worsted Weight Yarn
  • 9 mm Black Safety Eyes
  • Fiber fill
  • Size F/5/3.75 mm Crochet hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Stitch Marker

Suggested yarn:

100 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Lily Sugar 'n' Cream Cotton Yarn

About Designer

About Designer

Ida Herter on craftsy.com

Since I was a child, I have had a fascination in the needle arts, particularly crochet. After becoming an adult and mother, I quickly fell in love with the art all over again.

My desire to pick up the crochet hook again was sparked by my growing frustration of not finding a suitable hat to keep my little one?s head warm during the cold winter months. I turned to a philosophy that was given to ...

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