Jellyfish are the kid's favorite fish characters nowadays because of their mysterious appearance in several cartoon series; every little one wants to play with them. We compiled this series of crochet jellyfish patterns because they are soft, squishy, and pleasing to hold; these cute creatures also make great gifts for ocean enthusiasts or anyone who loves the undersea world. These free crochet jellyfish are best used in a nursery or playroom, on a wall in a hallway or bathroom, or to add squishiness to any space.
Easy Crochet Jellyfish Patterns
Crochet Jellyfish patterns are surprisingly easy and fun crochet toys to make. Jellyfishes have so many amazing aspects and qualities that it would be fun to make one in crochet. The tentacles, the transparent body, and their movements are so fascinating!
All you need to make a Jellyfish is to understand how to crochet in rounds and rows, which every crocheter must know! They’re great for beginners who like to learn new skills and enjoy the art of crocheting. You can make them in any color, so there’s no limit to what creative designs you can come up with!
How To Crochet Jellyfish Tentacles
A jellyfish's body is easier to crohet than a simple amigurumi, but the added tentacles make it look unique. Let me show you how to crochet jellyfish tentacles by following some easier steps below.
- Choose your yarn and hook: Select the color and size you want for the tentacles. Pick a suitable crochet hook for your yarn.
- Create a slipknot: Make a slipknot by looping the yarn around your fingers and pulling the yarn through the loop. Insert the crochet hook into the slipknot.
- Chain stitches: Chain a desired number of stitches for the length of the tentacle. The more chains you make, the longer the tentacle will be.
- Single crochet: Starting from the second chain from the hook, make a single crochet (sc) in each chain stitch across. This will form the base of the tentacle.
- Increase stitches: To make the tentacle wider, increase the number of stitches in the next row. For example, make two single crochets in the first stitch, one single crochet in the next stitch, and repeat this pattern across the row.
- Decrease stitches: To narrow the tentacle, decrease the number of stitches in the next row. For example, single crochet two stitches together (sc2tog), then single crochet in the next stitch, and repeat this pattern across the row.
- Repeat rows: Alternate between increasing and decreasing rows until the tentacle reaches the desired width.
- Create a curly effect: Add more stitches in each row to make the tentacle curly. For example, make three single crochets in each stitch across the row.
- Finish the tentacle: When the tentacle is the desired length and width, cut the yarn, leaving a long tail. Pull the tail through the last stitch and tighten it to secure it.
- Attach the tentacle to the jellyfish body: Thread the yarn tail onto a yarn needle, and sew the tentacle onto the jellyfish body. Repeat steps 1-9 to create more tentacles and attach them evenly around the jellyfish body.
- Secure and weave in ends: Once all the tentacles are attached, knot the yarn securely and weave in any loose ends using the yarn needle.
Congratulations, you have successfully crocheted jellyfish tentacles!
Crochet Mother Jellyfish And Her Baby
This Crochet Mother Jellyfish And Her Baby Pattern can be used as a decorative item in your home or as a doll for your child. Its creation is easier; we have included tips and tricks to help you confidently complete this crochet jellyfish pattern. The finished product for this jellyfish crochet pattern is soft and squishy, perfect for playtime or adding a touch of color to your room.
Crochet Beans The Jellyfish Amigurumi
This crochet bean jellyfish amigurumi pattern will be a great first project if you want to learn how to crochet. Crocheted in single crochet this amazing jellyfish will be a quick and easy project that can be made in any yarn and on any hook size. This pattern is written in full and detailed instructions that cover everything from crocheting basics like stitches, materials, abbreviations, and more to assembling your jellyfish.
Crochet Jellyfish Amigurumi
This crochet jellyfish amigurumi is a decent and unique addition to an ocean-themed decor; they are loveable and fun to squish so they can be given as toys too! With this pattern, you can start by making the head, add the lower hanging tentacles and move on to the lower section with minimal effort. The arms are made using simple single crochet stitches, so they won’t take long to make. The finished project will be perfect for display or a gift for a family member or relative who enjoys jellyfish and other marine creatures.
Crochet Mini Jellyfish
Our cute crochet jellyfish pattern is great for kids and adults; It’s so soft, cute, and beautiful! Make this JellyFish as a gift for your family and friends, maybe as a baby shower gift! Designed as a fun crochet pattern to learn new techniques, this pattern will be a quick favorite in your crocheting adventures. You can combine this Jellyfish with the Octopus or Narwhal and make them like the little one in the picture.
Crochet Jessica The Jellyfish
Making your crochet jellyfish is a fun way to pass the time and rewarding when you see the finished product. This crochet jellyfish pattern is designed to be as user-friendly and detailed as possible, with many photos included. Whether you are an advanced crocheter or a beginner looking for a fun project, this jellyfish is easy, enjoyable, and rewarding.
Jellyfish & Octopus Crochet Appliques
Jellyfish and Octopus Crochet Appliques are perfect for adding a little undersea flair to kids' toys, bags, and unique crochet blankets. Use them to embellish summertime wear, such as hats or party gifts. These appliques can even be attached to a towel or clothing in your child's room, and I hope you're going to love making this pattern in different colors.
This amazingly simple and unique jellyfish pattern is suitable for making gifts or toys for kids. The pattern will be given step by step, with a 100% free pattern to make your jellyfish. It can be made in different colors, with the jellies in many sizes. You can also make it with a light or dark base, creating a great contrast between the jellyfish and the background.
Crochet Jellyfish Kawaii
This adorable Jellyfish is the perfect pattern for beginners and kids to crochet. It's a super cute, quick, and easy sea creature pattern. You can use this crochet jellyfish pattern as a decoration or toy, making it the perfect gift for any child. This is one of my favorite crocheted accessories because it works fairly quickly and is easier than you think!
Crochet Jellyfish Squish
This one-of-a-kind creation makes a great baby gift or keepsake toy; this jellyfish crochet pattern is also perfect for making a children’s gift or decorating your home. This little creature is a perfect reward for those who finish their schoolwork early or are loveable for kids of all ages. Whether entertaining the kids or making a statement at a party, the jellyfish squish pattern will surely please!
Gingerbread Crochet Jellyfish
This Gingerbread Crochet Jellyfish pattern will be a decent addition to your collection of amigurumi patterns. It's a simple and quick project you can easily finish while watching TV or in your spare time. Our Gingerbread Crochet Jellyfish will be a decent addition to your crochet amigurumi, the design is simple and quick to make, and you can use any size hook you’d like.
Crochet Rainbow Amigurumi Jellyfish
This amigurumi jellyfish is a fun crochet pattern for any skill level. Your child or grandchild will love this snuggly stuffed animal for its bright look and soft feel. It can also be best for educational play when learning about the ocean! Its unique design makes it easy to stand upright, so this crochet jellyfish will look great on display in your home or office.
Mommy & Baby Crochet Jellyfish
Create this adorable pair of jellyfish to make the perfect baby shower gift, nursery decor, children’s play toys, Christmas holiday gift, birthday present, and much more! You can work up your jellyfish in one evening with simple skills and tools. This fun-to-make pattern is also an excellent stash buster suitable for any level of crocheter, from beginner to advanced. You’ll love the customizable design and think these sweet little jellyfish would be a great addition to your home or for giveaway gifts!
Crochet Halloween Jelly Lantern
Bring a smile to your face and a cuddle to your heart with this soft and squishy crochet jellyfish! Whether you're celebrating Halloween or love all things pumpkin-flavored, this Jelly Lantern is just an addition to your spooky decor. Customize it with two different jack-o-lantern faces and turn your Jelly Lantern into something uniquely yours, and I hope you'll fall in love with it.
Jenni The Crochet Jellyfish
This beginner amigurumi project is the perfect first crochet pattern for your little one. Because it’s a jellyfish, it’s super easy to make and works quickly too! It even comes with an optional mouth pattern comprising just a few simple stitches. So, if you want your jellyfish to look like it’s smiling, go ahead and add that in! This pattern works quickly and would be perfect as a gift or a small baby shower gift!
Crochet Jellyfish Babies
If you love the look of jellyfish and want to run into any in the sea why not make your own? You can make as many baby jellyfish as you want with this pattern. It is perfect for beginner crocheters and young kids learning to use the hook. The materials need for making this crochet jellyfish pattern are easy to find and the project will be fun as time pass.