Amigurumi Turtle Free Crochet Pattern

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One of the free amigurumi crochet patterns we will share today is the amigurumi turtle, whose photos and design belong to Aquariwool. You can learn how to crochet these turtle using the free amigurumi pattern. Thanks to Aquariwool (@aquariwool) for this cute turtle.

If you don’t know how to often crochet and needles, read our shares. Start your knitting according to the rate you have according to the shape you will make. Shape your toy by increasing and decreasing the point. Once you weave the shape you want to fill the inside of your toy and look at the pictures to decorate.
Amigurumi cats, amigurumi dolls, amigurumi dogs, amigurumi unicorns, amigurumi lambs, amigurumi dinosaurs, amigurumi foxes, amigurumi bears, amigurumi giraffes, amigurumi pigs, amigurumi penguins, amigurumi panda, amigurumi llama, amigurumi bunny, amigurumi clowns, amigurumi elephants, amigurumi hippos, amigurumi monkeys will not be difficult for you…

Materials

Yarn Color
• (A) green : YarnArt Jeans 11 (50g, 160m)
• (B) brown : YarnArt Jeans 40 (50g, 160m)
• (C) purple : Alize Cotton Gold 649 (100g, 330m)
• (D) skin color : YarnArt Jeans 73 (50g, 160m)
Other Materials
• Crochet hook size 2-2.5mm
• Knitting needles size 3.5-4mm
• 1 wooden button
• Brown and pink thread
• Tapestry needles, pins, stitch markers, scissors

Abbreviations

Ch – Chain
Sc – Single Crochet
Inc – Single Crochet Increase
Dec – Single Crochet Decrease
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
Slst – Slip Stitch
Mr – Magic Ring
Dc – Double Crochet

Tr – Treble Crochet
(…) Work all stitches in the same stitch
[ ]…x Repeat instructions in
brackets…times
Bobble – Bobble Stitch
BLO – Back loop only
FLO – Front loop only
Rnd – Round
Sts – Stitches

AMIGURUMI TURTLE FREE PATTERN

Legs (make 2)

(Yarn A)
Rnd-sts
1 sc 6 into a magic loop (6)
2 [sc 1, inc] 3x (9)
3 [sc 2, inc] 3x (12)
4 [sc 3, inc] 3x (15)
Break the yarn, make the second leg in the same way, but don’t break the yarn this time. Connect 2 legs together: sc 15 (leg 1) + sc 15 (leg 2) = 30. Move to the Body part.

Body

(Yarn A)
Rnd-sts
1 [sc 4, inc] 6x (36)
2-7 sc 36 (6 rows) (36)
8 [sc 4, dec] 6x (30)
9 sc 30 (30)
10 [sc 3, dec] 6x (24)
11 sc 24 (24)
12 [sc 2, dec] 6x (18)
13-16 sc 18 (4 rows) (18)
Break the yarn with a long rest. Stuff.

Arms (make 2)

(Yarn A)
Rnd-sts
1 sc 6 into a magic loop (6)
2 [sc 1, inc] 3x (9)
3-7 sc 9 (5 rows) (9)
4 dec 1, sc 7 (8)
5 dec 1, sc 6 (7)
6 dec 1, sc 5 (6)
Break the yarn with a long rest. Stuff slightly. Sew 2 edges together.

Head

(Yarn A)
Rnd-sts
1 sc 6 into a magic loop (6)
2 inc 6 (12)
3 [sc 1, inc] 6x (18)
4 [sc 2, inc] 6x (24)
5 [sc 3, inc] 6x (30)
6 [sc 4, inc] 6x (36)
7 [sc 5, inc] 6x (42)
8 [sc 6, inc] 6x (48)
9 [sc 7, inc] 6x (54)

10 sc 54 (54)
11 [sc 8, inc] 6x (60)
12-19 sc 60 (8 rows) (60)
20 [sc 8, dec] 6x (54)
21 sc 54 (54)
22 [sc 7, dec] 6x (48)
23 [sc 6, dec] 6x (42)
24 [sc 5, dec] 6x (36)
25 [sc 4, dec] 6x (30)
26 [sc 3, dec] 6x (24)
27 [sc 2, dec] 6x (18)
Break the yarn with a long rest to sew later. Stuff.

Backpack

(Yarn C)
Backpack Bottom
Rnd-sts
1 sc 6 into a magic loop (6)
2 inc 6 (12)
3 [sc 1, inc] 6x (18)
4 [sc 2, inc] 6x (24)
5 [sc 3, inc] 6x (30)
6 [sc 4, inc] 6x (36)
Break the yarn with a long rest to sew.

Backpack Body   

Rnd-sts
1 sc 6 into a magic loop (6)
2 inc 6 (12)
3 [sc 1, inc] 6x (18)
4 [sc 2, inc] 6x (24)
5 [sc 3, inc] 6x (30)
6 [sc 4, inc] 6x (36)
7-10 sc 36 (4 rows) (36)
Break the yarn with a long rest to sew. Slightly stuff. Use the tapestry needle to connect the backpack bottom and body into 1 piece.

Backpack Straps (make 2)

Rnd-sts
1 ch 20, start on the 2nd stitch from the hook (20)
2 hdc 19 (19)
Break the yarn with a long rest to sew. Use the tapestry needle to connect the straps onto the backpack.

Spot (make 6)

(Yarn B)
Rnd-sts
1 sc 6 into a magic loop (6)
Use the tapestry needle to sew spots to the head.

Scarf

(Yarn D, Using Knitting Needles)
Rnd-sts
1 Cast on 6 st (6)
2 K6 (6)
3 P6 (6)
Repeat Rnd 2 and 3 till you reach 13cm then cast off, break the yarn, hide the remaning yarn. Use the tapestry needle to attach the wooden button to the scarf.
• Use brown thread to embroider the eyes, and the mouth. (as photo below)
• Use pink thread to embroider the cheeks.
• Use ivory white thread to embroider the backpack to make it look like a turtle shell.