Alysha here with another round up! We’re well into the summer and it is HOT here in North Carolina! Yarn and heat don’t really mesh well in my brain so I thought bringing some adorable amigurumi sea critters into the mix was the perfect idea for a blog post in July. I’ve gathered 14 ocean-themed amigurumi crochet patterns for yall! I hope you love them as much as I do! There’s still time in the summer to make one of these cute critters so browse the patterns and get stitchin’!
This crochet whale pattern is easily customized by adding bows, eyelashes etc. and they would make a cute baby shower gift or child’s gift. Does anybody else have the narwhal song stuck in their head now or is it just me?
Parker Penguin is made with faux fur yarn that will melt even the iciest of hearts. If this is your first time using faux fur yarn, don’t worry, there are lots of tips and tricks throughout this free crochet penguin pattern to help you be as successful as possible!
Tammy the Crochet Turtle works up quickly and uses a small amount of yarn.
Perfect for a last-minute gift or for any aquatic or reptile lover!
“I love the concept of a whole new world ‘under the sea’ with beautiful human-like creatures. It’s no surprise one of my all time favorite movies is ‘The Little Mermaid’.” – Sara
You know what Sara? I completely agree!
Ok, so flamingos don’t live in the ocean but THEY’RE TOO CUTE not to share with these other amigurumi critters <3
Crochet this cute little narwhal for someone you love. The crochet pattern is an easy and quick amigurumi pattern!
I love a quick and easy pattern and this no-sew whale crochet pattern is definitely a winner!
Ok, I’m gonna need like 20 of these!! How CUTE?!
The Hawaiian green sea turtle (known as “Honu”) symbolizes good luck, endurance, and long life. Another great reason to love sea turtles!
I can’t get over how ADORABLE these are!!
Meet Bailey the Blue Whale! Bailey is the perfect cuddling size for small hands, measuring about 6 inches in length from head to tail, and 4 inches tall from bottom of the body to tip of the spout!
I think it’s safe to say we ACTUALLY wanna call this little guy Nemo!
This penguin is so cute! I want 10!
As the title says, crochet this stingray as a purse or a little stuffed animal, perfect for kids!
Which one of these projects do you want to make first?! If you make any of these, tell me about it in the comments or on Facebook and Instagram!
Be sure to give the creators some love by following them on social media. In the meantime, happy crafting!