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Friday, July 13, 2018

Mermaid doll pattern to crochet - sea creatures for little ones

If your granddaughter or grandson is a child of the sea and disciple of its creatures, this little mermaid will be a favorite new doll. An amigurumi mermaid rag doll free pattern, with easy to follow directions, by Spin a Yarn Crochet, it's finished size is 12.5 inches (32 cm) "from the top of her head to the bottom curve of her tail."

Spin a Yarn Crochet has an abundance of amigurumi sea creature patterns and other themes including Harry Potter and holiday ornaments offered as free patterns for crochet toys.








Jillian Hewitt, the artistic design creator of Spin a Yarn Crochet, offers many amigurumi creatures of the sea and more, as free patterns on her website. There's "Tilly the Tortoise," a turtle with a bright pink shell,


and "Scuttles the Crab" your little one can take to the beach in his pocket or hang from from her backpack when she goes off to the playground or kindergarten.


Amigurumi patterns for sea creatures abound on Jillian's site and all are free patterns. 

The "Hammerhead Shark" will make a hit for all your shark admirers from afar.



And all small enough for little hands to cherish, like "Stella the Starfish"



And there's even more than sea creatures, like a Hermione Granger and Harry Potter rag dolls, Jillian has created and offered as free patterns. She offers downloads for 2.00 CAD, if you want a clear hardcopy, but you can go to her website where the full pattern is posted for free. Jillian Hewitt, a very talented and generous crochet amigurumi artist, is based in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

All photos posted here on Knitnscribble are property of Spin a Yarn Crochet.

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