Sea Creatures Keychains Free Crochet Patterns

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Sea critters make fine keychains

Indeed, because of their fun shapes and insane colors, they are particularly well suited to this role. Therefore, here are 5 amazing sea creature keychain ideas that will be perfect for you, the kids and the rest of the fam jam. Moreover, since these are mostly very easy projects, they will be a great way to get the young ones into crocheting. Better still, the patterns are quite small, so you can use up your stash of yarn ends to make room for more full skeins. Additionally, since sea critters come in innumerable colors, the yarn ends don’t even have to match – the brighter and more vibrant, the better,

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Fish Keychain

First, this sea creature keychain is a simple, flat acquarium fish. Thus it’s easy to make and to decorate.

Fish Keychain

The original pattern is available at Art-pass blog:

Fish Keychain

more details about project photographed you can find here.

Ralph the Ray

Next, this sea creature keychain is larger, more involved. However, it’s still easy and a whole lot of fun.

Ralph the Ray

The original pattern is available on Spin a Yarn Crochet:

Ralph the Ray

more details about project photographed also here.

Tiny Striped Turtle

Of course no sea creature keychain collection would be complete without sea turtles. Therefore, here are some absolutely gorgeous ones with crazy color patterning.

Tiny Striped Turtle

The original pattern is available here:

Tiny Striped Turtle

more details about project photographed also on Ravelry..

Mini Crab

However, some crabs are needed to, because a sea creature keychain should be able to sing “Under the Sea”, right?

Mini Crab

The original pattern is available on Ravelry:

Mini Crab

more details about project photographed also on Ravelry..

Shark Plushie

And finally, our sea creature selection comes across to include sharks. Let these litle chompers protect your keychain!

Shark Plushie

The original pattern is available here:

Shark Plushie

 

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