Little Cute Turtle Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern

Designer: aquariwool

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

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.