Amigurumi crab pattern.

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I’m a craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews about crocheting and other crafts. I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to promoting our crochet community. I’m interested in crafts, interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

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Although perhaps not the most obvious choice of crocheting themes, let an amigurumi crab channel your inner Sebastian. After all, these wonderful creatures are one of Nature’s little miracles and also deserve to be celebrated by crocheters. Additionally, they are just so cute and funny, with their stalky little eyes and pincers. Of course, we wish to be inclusive of all crocheters, so the following patterns are all beginner friendly. However, if you are a veteran, don’t be afriad, they are also plenty fun and challenging enough for you, especially if you choose to modify them.

Beachy Crab

To begin with, here is a happy little crustacean ready to welcome you with open pincers! In particular, I think the two-tone body is the best part of this amigurumi crab.

Skills: easy      Designer: Hi Sheep

Beachy Crab

The full tutorial you will find on https://hisheepok.blogspot.com/.

Baby Crabs

However, here are some even cuter amigurum crab siblings to enjoy. Overall, this is a super pattern for a beginner to make, but also to use up your stash of yarn bits.

Skills: easy      Designer: Jade Gauthier-Boutin

Baby Crabs

The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on Ravelry:

Baby Crabs

Baby Crabs

Although it’s not the most obvious connection, this lovely amigurumi crab has the most soulful, puppy eyes imaginable. Thus, here is the baby crab. Enjoy!

Skills: easy      Designer:  Stacey Trock

Mr Crabby

The full tutorial about this pattern you will find on Ravelry:

Mr Crabby

more info about project photographed also Trishlemoose.

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One Comment

  1. Julie+evans says:

    Yes they are beautiful and very pretty patterns

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