Hi Crochet friends, Let me present to you the cutest octopus crochet pattern on the web, Mr. Giggley!
Mr. Giggley is a tiny baby octopus applique that you can easily make him in less than 10 minutes with a full step-by-step video tutorial.
And he is a cousin of Mr. Squidly the small pink color amigurumi octopus that I create a while back.
As you guys know I am slowly building my collection of crochet animals patterns, especially the sea creature theme.
I had called him, Mr. Giggley because he swims kind of wiggly. You are just going to fall in love with him because he is so easy to make even for a beginner crocheter.
And within no time you might just be crocheting a lot of tiny babies’ octopus applique.
Easy octopus free crochet pattern.
Crocheting an octopus as a beginner is surprisingly easy all you need is basic crochet stitches like single and double crochet.
This baby octopus applique had an oval shape head which create from a magic adjustable loop some called a magic ring and teeny tiny long tentacles.
For the eyes, I use felt black color cut into a circle shape and use craft glue to stick them on.
For his mouth, I use a contrasting color yarn for it.
Crocheted him more ocean friends, or put a magnet on him and stick him to your refrigerator.
Moreover, you could make a school of small crochet fish to go along with them.
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Material for this octopus applique.
- Yarn: In the example piece I use dk weight or 4 medium weight will do just fine but you can also use any yarn and crochet hook size that is suitable for the yarn weight that you had.
- Crochet hook: in this example piece I use a 3.5 mm hook or a 4.0 mm hook will be fine. or any crochet hook size that you have on hand that is perfect for the yarn you got.
- Black felt for the eyes and craft glue.
How to crochet an octopus applique step-by-step video tutorial.
Crocheting the octopus Head.
Make a magic ring or adjustable ring and 8sc in the ring (8 sts)
2sc in each st around (16 sts)
*Sc in next st, 2sc in next st*, repeat 2 time.
then sc in 2 next st, Hdc in next st, dc in next st, 2dc in the same st, dc in next st, hdc in next st, and sc in the next 3 st.
Crocheted Tentacles of an octopus.
Round4. sl st in next 3 st, then chain 9 ( to make first tentacle) turn sl st in next 8 st and sl st in next.
Then start the second tentacle by chain8, turn sl st in next 7 st and sl st in next.
The third tentacle by chain8, turn sl st in next 7 st and sl st in next.
The fourth tentacle by chain9, turn sl st in next 8 st and sl st in next then finish off.
Eyes & mouth.
We are almost done using red color yarn for the mouth making sc and black felt for the eyes.