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Shark Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

About the Free Shark Crochet Pattern

I think sharks are amazing animals. They have existed long before dinosaurs roamed the earth and each of the hundreds of species of sharks can look so different as they evolved to adapt to many ecological niches. I took an intro to palaeontology class in university and can still vividly remember learning about some particularly gnarly looking prehistoric sharks (see the whorl shark).

There have been a few famous sharks in media like the one from Jaws, and Bruce from Finding Nemo. They are based on the Great White shark, the largest predatory fish in the world. These imposing beasts can rocket through the water at high speeds and intimidate with rows of large serrated teeth.

My amigurumi interpretation of the Great White isn&#;t quite as fearsome as the real thing. I definitely wanted to keep the torpedo shape but I added strategic increases and decreases near the tail to make it flick up a bit. This is a simple pattern that will show you how to subtly shape a piece by placing increases and decreases right next to each other. You can use whatever colour of yarn you wish for the main body. Search up different species of sharks. They come in so many different colours so you might be able to find a use for that variegated yarn that you bought because it was interesting but you have no idea what to do with it!

MATERIALS

Yarns – main colour (A) [I used Sky Blue Bernat Premium], white (W)
Black yarn or embroidery thread
polyester fibrefill
two mm safety eyes
size 8 ( mm) crochet hook [I use hooks from Laurel Hill]
yarn needle [I use the bent tip needles from Clover]

ABBREVIATIONS

ch = chain
st = stitch
sc = single crochet
sl st = slip stitch
inc = single crochet 2 into the same stitch
dec = decrease over next two stitches (single crochet 2 stitches together or use invisible decrease)

HEAD/BODY

R1 With A, sc 6 in magic ring (6)
R2 inc in each st around (12)
R3 sc in each st around (12)
R4 (sc 2, inc) four times (16)
R5 (sc 3, inc) four times (20)
R6 (sc 4, inc) four times (24)
R7 (sc 3, inc) six times (30)
R sc in each st around (30)

Before we begin the closing rounds, we will place the safety eyes and gills.
Insert the safety eyes below R7 and 15 stitches apart.
Cut a small strand of black yarn or thread and embroider 2 gill slits behind the eyes.

R15 (sc 3, dec) six times (24)
R16 (sc 4, dec) four times (20)
R17 dec, dec, sc 4, inc, inc, inc, inc, sc 4, dec, dec (20)
R18 dec, sc 16, dec (18)
R19 dec, dec, sc 4, inc, inc, sc 4, dec, dec (16)
R20 (dec, sc 2) two times, (sc 2, dec) two times (12)
R21 (dec, sc 1) two times, (sc 1, dec) two times (8)
R22
dec four times (2)

Finish with a sl st. Cut a short tail for sewing. Stuff with polyfill and then sew the opening closed.

BELLY STRIPE

This piece is worked in rows.
With W, chain 4.
R1 Skip first ch, sc 3, ch 1 and turn
R2 Skip first ch, sc 1, inc, sc 1, ch 1 and turn
R3 Skip first ch, inc, sc 2, inc, ch 1 and turn
R4 Skip first ch, sc 6, ch 1 and turn
R5 Skip first ch, inc, sc 4, inc, ch 1 and turn
R Skip first ch, sc 8, ch 1 and turn
R10 Skip first ch, sc 3, dec, sc 3, ch 1 and turn
R Skip first ch, sc 7, ch 1 and turn
R13 Skip first ch, sc 3, dec, sc 2 ch 1 and turn
R14 Skip first ch, sc 6, ch 1 and turn
R15 Skip first ch, sc 2, dec, sc 2, ch 1 and turn
R16 Skip first ch, sc 5, ch 1 and turn
R17 Skip first ch, sc 2, dec, sc 1, ch 1 and turn
R18 Skip first ch, sc 4, ch 1 and turn
R19 Skip first ch, sc 1, dec, sc 1, ch 1 and turn
R20 Skip first ch, sc 1, dec

You will now crochet around the edge of the piece.
From point A to B, sc
From point B to C, sc 3.
From point C to D, sc


Fasten off. Cut a long tail for sewing.
Place the side with the yarn tail near the bottom of the tail and then sew around the edges to the body.

DORSAL FIN

R1 With G, sc 6 in magic ring (6)
R2 sc 2, inc, inc, sc 2 (8)
R3 sc 3, inc, inc, sc 3 (10)

Finish with a sl st. Cut a long tail for sewing.
Sew to the top of the body.

PECTORAL FIN (Make 2)

R1 With G, sc 6 in magic ring (6)
R2 sc 2, inc, inc, sc 2 (8)
R3 sc 3, inc, inc, sc 3 (10)

Finish with a sl st. Cut a long tail for sewing.
Sew to the sides of the body.

PELVIC FIN (Make 2)

R1 With G, sc 5 in magic ring (5)
R2 sc 4, inc (6)

Finish with a sl st. Cut a long tail for sewing.
Sew to the sides of the body near the tail.

CAUDAL FIN

TOP PART

R1 With G, sc 6 in magic ring (6)
R2 sc 2, inc, inc, sc 2 (8)
R3 inc, sc 1, dec, dec, sc 1, inc (8)
R4 (sc 2, dec) two times (6)

Finish with a sl st. Cut a long tail for sewing.
Sew to the top of the tail.

BOTTOM PART

R1 With G, sc 6 in magic ring (6)
R2 (sc 2, inc) two times (8)
R3 (sc 2, dec) two times (6)

Finish with a sl st. Cut a long tail for sewing.
Sew to the bottom of the tail.

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17 Amigurumi Shark Crochet Pattern

Celebrate your love for the creatures of the deep with these &#;fin&#;-tastic Crochet Shark Patterns.

AMIGURUMI SHARK CROCHET PATTERN

Who said that sharks cannot be cute? This list of crochet shark pattern definitely is!

You have to admit that sharks are one of the most magnificent creatures on this planet. People are either afraid or absolutely fascinated by them.

From 12 cuddly amigurumi sharks to 5 bonus shark-themed patterns including shark hat, blanket, applique, and more, you can find a few to fit any aspect of your life.


1. Amigurumi Shark Crochet Pattern by 1 Dog Woof

If you wanted to make a cute amigurumi toy for your kid then it’s your lucky day. When I found this lovely amigurumi shark crochet pattern I just fell in love.

I had to try it out as soon as possible and the results are breathtaking.

Amigurumi Shark Crochet Pattern

I can tell you this; nothing brings you more fulfillment than bringing something to life with your own two hands.

I love the amigurumi shark but the icing on the cake is that my son is absolutely crazy about his new shark doll.

If you are new to amigurumi then it’s a skill that you will definitely want to have once you see this cute crochet shark amigurumi.

And there are tons of other things you can also make with amigurumi patterns but for now, let’s stick with the shark.

So, the following are the things you will need to create your very own crochet shark amigurumi:

Amigurumi Shark Materials

  • H (5 mm) hook
  • Red Heart With Love in White and Pewter 
  • Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice Solids in Linen
  • embroidery needle
  • safety eyes
  • black yarn for the detailing
  • scissors
  • polyester fiberfill

Most materials are in your standard crocheting kit so won’t need to buy much from the store.

Crochet Shark Amigurumi Pattern

 

Easy To Follow Downloadable PDF

The shark crochet pattern itself is given in the form of a tutorial and a pdf. Both work in tandem to ensure that you get the most stunning crochet shark ever made.

They are explained in simple English both British and American English, so, you won’t have any trouble understanding them.

They are also rich with illustrations and diagrams to guide you through every step. Now amigurumi crocheting is not for beginners since it has some quite technical aspects to it.

But, I believe if you follow the detailed instructions fully, at the end of the day you will have your own crochet shark amigurumi.

Amigurumi Shark Crochet Free Pattern

Be Creative

You can also choose to play around with your crochet amigurumi shark. It’s not a must you produce an exact replica of the one in the tutorial. Change up the colors to give your shark a new spin.

If you let yourself, you can actually come up with spectacular creations with this shark crochet pattern.

Try stitching in your signature or make one in your kid’s favorite color to give it a personal touch.

Also, the thicker yarn will produce different results; your shark will be puffier and have more depth which I think you will also love.

Virtually harmless from the real thing, the crochet shark amigurumi can be used for anything. It can make a perfect gift for a neighbor or a loved one.

It can make a beloved toy for your tiny tot to throw around. Fluffy and cuddly the crochet shark is just a tiny ball of fun.

Another way of using the amigurumi shark is as a decorative piece in your home. It will make the perfect conversation starter.

Try placing it in a conspicuous corner of your room and it is bound to get noticed.

You can even use bigger dimensions to turn it into a pillow for your bedroom. It is just something unique.

Shark Amigurumi Free Pattern

Get The Pattern Here


2. Shark Crochet Pattern by Little Green Bear Gifts

These super cute Sharks are a must make and you are going to love making them! He is 13 inches long (when made with the recommended materials).

Whip up these adorable sea creatures in a variety of colors and have a perfect desk buddy!

Shark Crochet Pattern by Little Green Bear Gifts

Get the Pattern by Little Green Gifts here


3. Hammerhead Shark Crochet Pattern by Spin A Yarn Crochet

This Hammerhead Shark is a unique amigurumi made in the ragdoll-style; separate pieces worked in flat rows and joined together to give it that charming and distinctive 2-D appearance.

The finished dimensions are approximately 18 cm/7&#; from the tip of the head to the tail fins and about cm/5&#; from the tip of the dorsal fin to the bottom of the belly. 

Hammerhead Shark Crochet Pattern by Spin A Yarn Crochet

Get the Pattern here


4. Whitney, The Whale Shark Crochet Pattern by The Kotton Kaboodle

Everything will be alright with this cutie around! Whitney, the Whale Shark is so chubby and cuddly, you&#;ll have a fin-tastic time hanging with her!

Please keep in mind that this is an advanced pattern. It takes time and works to make the speckled pattern on the shark&#;s back, but it makes a beautiful finished product!

Whitney, The Whale Shark Crochet Pattern by The Kotton Kaboodle

Get the Pattern by The Kotton Kaboodle here


5. Crochet Shark Pouf Pattern by Bri Abby HMA

This pouf is perfect for all those shark lovers. Poufs are such a fun way to add dimension and texture to a room.

This shark pouf makes for a great decoration piece in your kid&#;s room, living room, or playroom. Put your feet up on it or use it for extra seating.

You can even fill it with bean bag filling to make it a bean bag with personality. Not only is it cute decor but the kids loved this as a photo prop!

See more Crochet Pouf Patterns here.

Crochet Shark Pouf Pattern by Bri Abby HMA

Get the Pattern by Bri Abby HMA here


6. Shark Amigurumi Pattern by 3am Grace Designs

This Shark Amigurumi is the perfect mix of scary and adorable!

This is an easy/beginner level crochet pattern. The techniques you will need to know are single crochet, single crochet increase, single crochet decrease, half double crochet, double crochet, chain stitch, and slip stitch.

Shark Amigurumi Pattern by 3am Grace Designs

Get the Pattern here


7. Chum, The Shark Amigurumi Pattern by Critter Beans

Chum is an adorable little amigurumi shark that will swim right into your heart! 

They measure 5&#; long, 4&#; tall (finished size will vary depending on your yarn weight, hook size and tension).

These adorable cuties are certainly not scary at all. Instead they make a stunning toy that&#;s soft and cuddly but also perfect gift for big or smak shark lovers.

Chum, The Shark Amigurumi Pattern by Critter Beans

Get the Pattern by Critter Beans here


8. Crochet Shark Amigurumi Pattern by Crochet Wonders Design

Using big chunky yarn, this cute shark amigurumi will be a cuddly friend that even the youngest kids will love!

It&#;s quite easy to make and the results are stunning. Give it as a gift or make yourself a whole shark family!

Crochet Shark Amigurumi Pattern by Crochet Wonders Design

Get the Pattern by Crochet Wonders Design here


9. Crochet Shark Pattern by Theresa&#;s Crochet Shop

Create your own adorable shark in just a couple of hours! This Great White shark is safe to play with. He won&#;t bite!

Only basic crocheting skills will be needed to finished one:chain, single crochet, increasing, and decreasing.

Crochet Shark Pattern by Theresa&#;s Crochet Shop

Get the Pattern here


Party Shark Amigurumi Pattern by Airali Design

Party Shark is a crochet pattern to make the cutest amigurumi shark wearing a party hat with a pompom on top!

They measure 16 cm (6 ¼ in) long when using the indicated yarn. These adorable sharks will be perfect as a rattle or an anchor to a cute baby mobile. Or take them out with you when you go to a beach party!

Party Shark Amigurumi Pattern by Airali Design

Get the Pattern by Airali Design here


Amigurumi Crochet Shark Free Pattern by Spin A Yarn Crochet

This ragdoll style shark is a cute pattern that you can turn into a keychain or a charm. Use a bulky yarn and corresponding hook to create a squishy and huggable toy or an adorable pillow.

Shark Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern by Spin A Yarn Crochet

Get this crochet shark free pattern here


Tiny Shark Amigurumi Pattern by La Cigogne

This Tiny Shark Amigurumi is a lovely tiny crochet gift for people who love sharks, a nice gift for a Birthday, Christmas, lovely party favor! He measures 7 x cm / x inches – just the right size for a pocket pal!

Tiny Shark Amigurumi Pattern by La Cigogne

Get the Pattern by La Cigogne here


Shark Hand Puppet Crochet Pattern by Ekay G

This Shark Hand Puppet is great for creative play and storytime. It could also be made in cotton yarn for a bath puppet. It is easy to make and a great addition to your child&#;s creative collection!

The size is made in one size, fitting children through adults, so that parents can play too! However, it can easily be adjusted by tightening your gauge or going down a hook size, if you’d like one to fit small children better.

Shark Hand Puppet Crochet Pattern by Ekay G

Get the Pattern by Ekay G here


Crochet Shark Appliques Pattern by the Yarn Conspiracy

These Crochet Shark Appliques would be great to apply to any project!

You can add them to beach towels, turn them into keychain or fridge magnet, you can also make several and make a garland, or attach a ribbon to make them into bookmarks!

The cute shark/s is 6 x 4”, the Hammerhead is ”x ”, Great White is ”x ”, Thresher is 4”x ”. You can adjust the size by using a different hook size.

Crochet Shark Appliques Pattern by the Yarn Conspiracy

Get the Pattern by The Yarn Conspiracy here


Crochet Shark Hat Pattern by Repeat Crafter Me

If you are a fan of Shark Week or Sharknado then this shark crochet hat is for you! It would also make an adorable Halloween costume or a fun fall/winter hat!

This awesome shark hat surely is a winter must-have for you and your kids. This shark crochet pattern is available for young souls of any age. Your friends and family members will love it so much!

Crochet Shark Hat Pattern by Repeat Crafter Me

Get the Pattern here


Shark Hooded Blanket Crochet Pattern by Crafty Kitty Crochet

Here’s a shark crochet pattern that you can really sink your teeth into! This Shark Hooded Blanket is so soft, cozy, and designed with a fun, comedic look in mind!

The hood is made to look like the face of a shark, with the opening of the hood looking like the open mouth of a shark just about to enjoy a hearty meal: the person wearing the hood!

Complete with gums, teeth, eyes, and a fin – this blanket is hilariously detailed!

Shark Hooded Blanket Crochet Pattern by Crafty Kitty Crochet

Get the Pattern by Crafty Kitty Crochet here


Bow Crochet Shark Pattern by But First Crochet

This shark bow can be attached to headbands, hair clips, dog collars, book bags, whatever you want to hot glue it to, you can! This shark crochet pattern is simple and works up quickly.

This fun bow is perfect for dressing up, parties, photoshoots, or for everyday wear.

Bow Crochet Shark Pattern by But First Crochet

Get the Pattern by But First Crochet here

Time to get your hooks out and make some of these awesome crochet shark patterns!

Once you&#;re done, be sure to share your finished works with us. Post some pics of your crocheted sharks on our Facebook Page. We&#;d love to see them!

Once you get started on the first few, you won&#;t be able to resist crocheting a few more pieces of the ocean to go along with it. So, you better check our collection of other ocean animal crochet patterns for Turtle, Jellyfish, Octopus, and more!

So after all of that, you have no excuse not to want these crochet shark patterns At least by far, it won’t hurt to have this addition to your crocheting skill set!

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Baby Shark is responsible for inspiring this make!

My daughter was and still is in love with that song and I kinda can see why. It is definitely catchy and super high energy for sure!

So I made my daughter a pink baby amigurumi shark.

Creating amigurumi is so fun to see it come together. This particular amigurumi shark pattern has the option of a white belly, but you can totally make this shark in one solid color and I promise it will turn out just as cute! So if you are a little intimidated by switching colors, I wanted to let you know that you have that option as well! &#;

Also before we get to the pattern and we are on the subject of sharks I thought it would be cool to share some cool shark facts! Here are some I found interesting after watching aTED talk video on YouTube about them.

  1. Most sharks have good eyesight.

    Most sharks can see well in dark lighted areas, have fantastic night vision, and can see colors.

  2. Sharkskin feels similar to sandpaper.

    Sharkskin feels exactly like sandpaper because it is made up of tiny teeth-like structures called placoid scales, also known as dermal denticles. These scales point towards the tail and help reduce friction from surrounding water when the shark swims.

  3. Sharks can go into a trance. 

    When you flip a shark upside down they go into a trance-like state called tonic immobility. This is the reason why you often see sawfish flipped over when our scientists are working on them in the water.

  4. Sharks have been around for a very long time.

    Based on fossil scales found in Australia and the United States, scientists hypothesize sharks first appeared in the ocean around million years ago.

  5. Sharks fill an important ecological niche as an apex predator.

Although we feel bad for the young seals, the role sharks play in picking off the weakest members of their prey group can be important. “Sharks play a key role in ocean ecosystems,” says Whitney. “Removing them may cause a domino effect that can impact other species, even down to corals and algae.” Without sharks thinning their ranks, large predatory fish can become more abundant; when they start eating more of the fish that typically graze on algae, then the algae might proliferate and out-compete the coral for sunlight.

Materials Needed:

Medium #4 yarn
* Used Caron Simply soft colors:
– Watermelon (Pink) for body
– White for the belly
*stitch marker (a piece of contrasting yarn will work too)
*Gmm hook
*tapestry needle
*poly-fil
*mm safety eyes
*black embroidery yarn for the mouth and gills
*colored embroidery thread for the bow. (optional)
*rattles to put inside (optional)

Abbreviations:

ch – chain
sc – single crochet
sl st – slip stitch
st -stitch(es)
dc – double crochet
tr – treble crochet
MC – magic circle
sc inc (xsc)- single crochet increase (two sc in the stitch indicated)
sc2tog – single crochet the next two stitches together.
*Use the invisible decrease (single crochet together the next two sts using only the front loops only.)

Notes:

  • The body of the shark is worked by JOINING IN THE ROUND: When working in the round, you will join your rows with a slip-stitch to the first stitch of the previous round.
  • WORKING IN THE ROUND: The first stitch is ALWAYS in the joining stitch unless otherwise noted. The beginning chains of each row or round NEVER count as the first stitch.
  • All top, arms, and tail fins are worked in the round so I highly recommend using a stitch marker.
  • Please refer to this YouTube video to see the exact method I used for color changes: How to Crochet: Switching Color in the Middle of a Row

Measurements – Shark body is approximately 6 inches long and inches in width.&#;

Pattern

Body

1.) 6 sc in MC
2.) 2sc in each st – 12
3.) sc around – 12
4.) *2sc in the first st, sc in the next st. Repeat * 5 more times – 18
5.) sc around – 18
6.) *2sc in the first st, sc in the next 2 sts. Repeat * 5 more times. – 24
7.) sc around – 24
8.) *2sc in the first st, sc in the next 3 sts. Repeat * 5 more times – 30
9.) sc around – 30

Note Join and chain 1 at the end of each round.
Before joining, change your color to WHITE using this seaming less color change method for every color change indicated. Then Join and chain 1. See notes for video reference if needed.

) sc in the next 5 sts, switch to pink, sc in the next 20 sts, switch to white, sc in the next 5 sts. Join, ch 1.
) sc in the next 5 sts, switch to pink, sc in the next 20 sts, switch to white, sc in the next 5 sts. Join, ch 1.

Repeat round 11 – 11 more times.

) sc in the next 5 sts, switch to pink, sc in the next 5 sts, sc2tog, sc in the next 5 sts, sc2tog, sc in the next 6 sts. Switch to white, sc in the next 3 sts, sc2tog. Join, ch 1.
) sc2tog, sc in the next 3, switch to pink, sc in the next 3 sts, sc2tog, sc in the next 3 sts, sc2tog, sc in the next 3 sts, sc2tog, sc in the next 3 sts, switch to white, sc in the next 2 sts, sc2tog. Join, ch 1.

Place safety eyes and sew on the mouth here. As well as the gills.

) sc2tog, sc in the next 2 sts, switch to pink, sc in the next 3 sts, sc2tog, sc in the next 3 sts, sc2tog, sc in the next 3 sts, sc2tog, switch to white, sc in the next 3 sts. Join, ch 1.

Begin to stuff with poly-fil here and continue adding more as needed until the end.

) sc in the next 3 sts, switch to pink, sc in the next st, sc2tog, sc in the next st, sc2tog, sc in the next st, sc2tog, sc in the next st, sc2tog, continue with pink here to the end, sc in the next st, sc2tog. Join, ch1.

Cut off the color white, you will no longer use it from here on out.

Note Join and chain 1 at the end of each round.

) sc around – 12
) sc around – 12
) sc around – 12
) sc2tog, sc in the next st, sc2tog, sc in the next st, sc2tog, sc in the next st, sc2tog, sc in the next st. – 8
) sc around – 8
) sc2tog, sc in the next 2 sts, sc2tog, sc in the last 2 sts. – 5
) sc around. Fasten off. Weave in all the ends.

Note Join and chain 1 at the end of each round.

Top fin – Make 1

1.) 4 sc in MC
2.) 2sc in the first stitch, sc in the next st, 2sc in the next, sc in the last st. – 6
3.) sc around – 6
4.) 2sc, sc in the next 2 sts, 2sc, sc in the last 2 sts. – 8
5.) sc around – 8
6.) *2sc in the first st, sc in the next, repeat * 3 more times – 12

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing on the top of the head. You will NOT be joining for the rest (tail fins, arms, top fin), use a stitch marker to keep track of your stitches as you work in the round.

Arms – Make 2

1.) 4 sc in MC
2.) 2sc, sc in the next st, 2sc, sc in the next st – 6
3.) sc around – 6
4.) sc around – 6
5.) sc around – 6
6.) sc around – 6

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing

Tail fins – Make 2

1.) 1.) 4 sc in MC
2.) 2sc in the first stitch, sc in the next st, 2sc in the next, sc in
the last st. – 6
3.) sc around – 6
4.) 2sc, sc in the next 2 sts, 2sc, sc in the last 2 sts. – 8
5.) sc around – 8
6.) *2sc in the first st, sc in the next, repeat * 3 more times – 12
7.) sc2tog in the first 2 sts, sc in the next st, sc2tog, sc in the next,
sc2tog, sc in the next st, sc2tog, sc in the last st. – 8
8.) sc2tog in the first two sts, sc in the next st, sc2tog, sc in the
next st, sc2tog. – 5

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Bow

  • MC
  • ch3
  • 3 trebles
  • ch 3
  • sl st in MC
  • ch 3
  • 3 trebles
  • ch3
  • sl st in MC

 

Fasten off and leave a long tail to wrap around the center of the treble crochets and then sew on the shark. Weave in the ends.

Heart

  • MC
  • ch 3
  • 3 trebles
  • 3 dc – creates the point
  • 1 treble
  • 3 dc
  • 3 trebles

 

Fasten off. Weave in the ends.

Thank you for checking out this Sharkie amigurumi shark pattern. Don’t forget to comment below and share your shark creations!

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Mini Shark Crochet Tutorial

8 Free Shark Crochet Patterns for Shark Week

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8 FREE Shark Crochet Patterns for Shark WeekIf you didn&#;t know already this is the annual Shark Week over on the Discovery Channel. All week long they have amazing shows about sharks. To honor this week, as many of you LOVE to watch this week, I have pulled together 8 FREE Shark Crochet Patterns for Shark Week.

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Red Heart Super Saver

All of these patterns can be made from Red Heart yarns. Some of them are already designed with Red Heart but some are not. Super Saver is a great option for any of these patterns.

  • Red Heart Super Saver Medium (worsted) weight yarn: (Click links to get yarn)
    For the Large size I used approximately yards of Gray Heather, Small amounts of BlackWhite, and Cherry Red.
  • Size Kmm AND Imm crochet hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors
  • Stuffing (optional)

FREE Adult Shark Blanket Pattern Download

Crochet Shark Amigurumi by 1 Dog Woof

Materials Needed for Crochet Shark Amigurumi:

  • H (5 mm) hook
  • Red Heart With Love in White, PewterLion Brand Vanna’s Choice Solids in Linen (replace this with Red Heart with love in Eggshell)
    • Each color required less than 1 skein. The Pewter was the most used and that was maybe half a skein.
  • 12 mm safety eyes
  • Lion Brand BonBons in Black (there is only a small amount used of black-can use any black yarn)
  • embroidery needle
  • scissors
  • polyester fiberfill

FREE Crochet Shark Amigurumi Pattern Download

Crochet Shark Hat by Repeat Crafter Me

Materials Needed for Crochet Shark Hat:

FREE Crochet Shark Hat Pattern Download

Shark Bag by YARNutopia

Materials Needed for Shark Bag:

FREE Shark Bag Pattern Download

Shark Beverage Cosy by Trifles N Treasures

Materials Needed for Shark Beverage Cozy:

FREE Shark Beverage Cozy Pattern Download

Shark Granny Square by Maria's Blue Crayon

Materials Needed for Shark Granny Square:

  • Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice in Silver Heather (gray), White, Black
  • 6 mm safety eye
  • G hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors

FREE Granny Square Shark Pattern Download

Shark Puppet Scrubby By Michele Wilcox

Materials Needed for Shark Puppet Scrubby:

FREE Shark Scrubby Puppet Pattern Download

Shark Time Pouch by Moogly

Materials Needed for Shark Time Pouch:

  • US – G/6 hook, mm
  • Main color: yards of Sport or Worsted Weight gray yarn, any fiber
  • Gill slit color: 2 yards of Sport or Worsted Weight darker gray yarn, any fiber
  • Thread: gray to match main color, black, and white, a few yards of each
  • 2 black buttons or toy/doll eyes
  • 6″ white zipper
  • 7″ x 1″ piece of white felt
  • Yarn Needle

FREE Shark Time Pouch Pattern Download

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Shark pattern amigurumi

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Crochet fin shark pattern.

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