Cute Crochet Amigurumi Crab

Cute Crochet Amigurumi Crab

Go to the beach with this Cute Crochet Amigurumi Crab! This crochet toy won't pinch you like the real ones, but it gives you all the fun of the beach without the hassle of sand and saltwater. Work up this pattern as an adorable gift for a baby shower or make a whole crab family for kids toys. Everyone from babies to adults will absolutely love these toys. You could even make them as decorations for your desk at work or in a kid's room.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I assumed these were made with worsted weight acrylic yarn, but I was wrong! I think the cotton yarn is a great choice for an amigurumi "toy" like this cute crab. Now, it does specify how and where to use the cardboard. It goes on the inside of the toy and then you stuff it with the polyfill fibers. I can see an entire family of crabs in ALL summertime beachy colors like turquoise, dark blue, coral, red, among others.

I was born under the sign of the crab. When I was under I collected all things crab because it was not really fashionable and rare. Still, you do not see a lot of "crab" items. Here is an opportunity to have a little bit of my youth again. Thanks for the free pattern.

You dont have to be a fan of that Square Spongy fellow to fall for this cutie! The adorable project has a charm all her own. The pattern is easy to follow, but lacking step by step photos. The only confusing part deals with the cardboard to use with the base. I have no idea exactly what the designer wants me to do. I can guess, but it would be better spelled out properly.


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