Friendly Jellyfish

Friendly Jellyfish
Friendly Jellyfish

"This little jellyfish promises not to sting! Made from soft cotton yarn, he's about 15 inches long, depending on how long you make his streamers. These little creatures would make great mobiles for nurseries or playrooms, as a fun way to dry little hands in bathrooms, or just as a buddy to hang out with! The project can be finished in about half a day."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook, H/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeApproximately 15-18 inches long

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This pattern has been around for some time now and I have made many. The pattern is well written and easy to follow. I am always getting orders for these! I love it!! Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet jellyfish pattern..

I love the sweet faces on these jellyfish. They are so simple to work up, and the designer has provided several photos of the process, especially the final assembly. Theres also a .pdf available for a small fee. Do pay attention to the designers warning about not leaving a baby alone with the toy. One reason why I would go with embroidered eyes instead of safety.

Oh, wow! I cannot say enough about these "Friendly Jellyfish"! I just love One Dog Woof and her ingenious ideas- her "out of the box" thinking makes her designs some of the best out there. I am in love with the aqua and turquoise guy. Read all the fine print for all kinds of details about safe play with your little ones, though.

I've made five of these little guys in various sizes now! That make great gifts and are super quick to work up.

This little guy looks so sweet! I think it would the perfect little toy to announce a surprise trip to the beach for my niece or nephew!

Love this pattern. It's the #BestIdeaEver for me, as I love to crochet Amirugumi sea creatures as I live on the coast. )

This is a great pattern. I mAde one and gave it to my grand daughter as a stuffed animal to play with. I used safety eyes so no choking hazard is involved. Now she tells me I need to make another one for her so she can hang it in her room so she has one to play with and one to look at.

I love this Friendly Jellyfish! The pattern is so easy to whip up in a evening relaxing. I have made one in pink with the tentacles in a variegated pink. So cute I posted it on Facebook and now people want me to make it for their children. Thank you for this free easy pattern to brighten up any child's life.

These are adorable, I love that they can be both a toy and a decoration!


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