Snail Rattles

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Snail Rattles Pattern


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Crocheting: Snail Rattles
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Snail Rattles Cone Snail
Snail Rattles Spiral Snail

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • St(s) = stitch (es) Sc = single crochet Ch = chain Sc2tog = single crochet 2 together Rnd = round Beg = begin, beginning, Rep = repeat, Sl St = slip stitch

Pattern Description:

I designed this Crochet pattern for Snail Rattles, there are two types of snails to make with this pattern. A Spiral Snail and a Cone Snail. They are very whimsical and would make a great addition to any Nursery


  • Crochet Hook Size G-6, I used Martha Stewart Cotton Hemp Yarn 1 skein of each in the following colors but you can use any cotton yarn of your choice: Flour Sack White (A) Pink Taffy, Oyster or Blue Icing (B) Cluster Fluff-fiber fill 1 Blunt Needle Stitch Markers 9mm Bells

You Will Also Need:

  • Do not join rnds unless otherwise indicated. Stuff Tube with fiberfill as you work up the rnds that way it will have a smooth tube. Use the end of your crochet hook for help if needed. I use the Magic Circle/Adjustable Ring because you can pull the center of your work tightly closed. There are a lot of great videos on how to make a Magic Circle on YouTube, if you still are unable to make this just work the following instructions in place of the Magic Circle: Ch 2. Rnd 1: Work 6 sc in first chain. Place marker in first stitch for beginning of round; move marker up as each rnd is completed.

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Cotton yarn

About Designer

About Designer

Gina R. Padilla on

I am a a stay at home wife and mom to 7 children, 4 still at home. I love to Crochet and Knit. Amigurumi is my new found love. I love designing new patterns and most of all I love when a customer sends me a picture of their completed works of my patterns.

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