Below are 17 sea creature creation you make easily and for free! Almost all of the patterns are suitable for beginners and use typical amigurumi stitches such as magic ring, single crochet, and slip stitch to name a few.
It is stated whether each pattern uses US terminology for the crochet terms and will state whether what it is otherwise. The patterns are all beginner friendly, so most of them will be quick to make.
There are a range of sea creatures below, most of which are primarily found in the deep sea, as well as a couple cute creations such as a particular marine bird that everyone is sure to love!
I hope you get inspired and start making your favorite sea creature from the below list straight away!
This absolutely adorable narwhal is a great project for those jumping into amigurumi for the first time! The pattern allows for easy color change and customization too!
The pattern is easy to follow, has great explanations and helpful pictures throughout to help you follow and complete this little guy!
I love this crab pattern so much! Not only is it for beginners, but it is so well laid out and easy to follow that following this pattern makes crocheting a dream!
The pattern has helpful pictures at every step of the pattern and very concise instructions. The pattern writer also very helpfully provides an alternative option to a magic circle if you aren’t familiar with it.
This pattern is wonderful if you’re looking for a quick, easy and cute project to work on. The seahorse is made quite small and so it is easy to work up one or a whole family of seahorse!
The pattern has minimal sewing and has a helpful tip of using pipe cleaner to create the signature seahorse tail curl!
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- What’s the best stuffing for amigurumi? (+ how to stuff!)
- How to Sew Amigurumi Parts Together (easy photo tutorial!)
- How to Change Colors in Amigurumi (easy photo tutorial!)
- My Guide to Resizing Amigurumi (no math!)
- How to Use Safety Eyes in Amigurumi (and My Favorite Sizes!)
- Which Is The “Right” Side Of Amigurumi?
This shark comes out pretty tiny at 8cm long and so could almost be called a baby shark! This pattern has some simple color changes to create the two-toned body and has very clear instructions on how to do this.
This little guy could be turned into a friendly shark keychain to keep on your keys or bag!
5. Humpback Whale
This humpback whale pattern is slightly more complex than some other sea creature patterns on the list, but the end result is absolutely worth it!
It is created using two colors of yarn and crocheting rows that are sewn together later to enhance the typical shape or a humpback whale shape and mouth.
The pattern is very clear and there is even a video to help people follow the pattern and have the most common asked questions on the pattern answered.
6. Clown Fish
If you’re a fan of Nemo, then this clown fish pattern is perfect for you!
The result is quite small so it would make for a great keychain or you can make multiple sea creatures from this list and create a baby mobile!
This octopus makes for a very friendly amigurumi toy for children and adults alike. The pattern can easily be customized on color and you could add a baby rattle to the head if you wanted to make this octopus for a child!
The pattern is easy to follow, but there is a helpful video showing each stage of the pattern should you need it!
This starfish is so easy to make and quick too! The pattern is quite short, but very clear and easy to follow.
There is helpful guidance on the more unfamiliar stitches and there are notes throughout to aid you in the crocheting and finishing of the starfish!
9. No-Sew Mini Whale
If you want to make a slightly easier whale than the humpback on this list, then this little no-sew amigurumi whale is the one to choose!
The pattern is for beginners and as such it is super easy to follow and quick to make. There is no sewing involved and the resulting whale is so cute!
10. Sea Turtle
This turtle is possibly one of my favorite sea creatures on the list! He comes out very small, but you could use chunkier yarn or blanket yarn and a larger hook to make him into a cuddly friend for a child.
The small version could also be used for a baby mobile too!
The jellyfish pattern is great for beginners as it is made all in one piece with no sewing, so it’s easy to create.
The pattern makes use of simple stitches and shapes common in amigurumi and so it’s easy to work up a whole family of jellyfish!
This is another favorite of mine – Benny the Seal! This seal is again for beginners and is made, like most amigurumi, in a continuous spiral.
You make the extra parts first, before working on the body. The pattern requires minimal sewing and detailing, so it’s very quick to make!
While a penguin isn’t exclusively a sea creature, it is a marine bird that frequents the sea. You can make your own adorable penguin very easily with this pattern.
It’s quick to make if you use chunky yarn. The pattern is simple and as such it is easy to customize the color of your penguin.
It’s not just a stingray, it’s a CUTE stingray! This super easy and beginner friendly pattern can be found as a linked PDF on the website.
The pattern is well written, has clear instructions and even useful pictures throughout to help you with different parts of the pattern!
This plush quid pattern is perfect for beginners as it uses the simple amigurumi stitches you might be somewhat be familiar with. The pattern is easy to follow, quick to make and has minimal sewing of parts together.
This blobfish is a deep-sea creature not often seen by people. He has a weird, but cute smile and is a great crochet companion to make!
He is easy to make due to being mainly round and it is a no-sew pattern, so even better!
Last, but not least, on our list is a dolphin – a sea creature that everyone loves! This dolphin is a fun and quick project for any beginner crocheter and is easily customizable in terms of size and coloration.
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