Amigurumi Fish Free Pattern


One of the amigurumi free crochet patterns we will share today is amigurumi fish designed and photos by Tamara Ramsey. Thank you to Tamara Ramsey for this cute fish.

Below you will find some information about this pattern. Remember, you can ask for help by sharing your problem with amigurumi in our Facebook group. Have fun…

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• Yarn Bee Lil’ Dollop yarn in your color choice. One skein will make one fish.
– Green- Applessence
– Pink- Sunrise Sprinkles
– Blue- Puddin’ Pie
• Or about 90 yards of any #4 medium weight yarn
• Yarn needle
• Stuffing
• 3.5 mm crochet hook
• Scissors
• Stitch marker
• 12 mm safety eyes


sc- Single Crochet
hdc- Half double crochet
sl st- Slip Stitch
inc = increase (2 sc in one st)
dec = decrease (2 sc together)

Sample Round:
*sc 1x, inc* 6x (18)

*Single crochet 1 time, increase by working 2 single crochets in the next
stitch* repeat section between * * 6 times (you will have a total of 18 stitches for this round)

Invisible Decrease
For a cleaner look with fewer gaps you may use the invisible decrease method. Insert your hook into the front loop only of two stitches. Yarn over and pull thru, then yarn over and pull thru again.



Rnd. 1: Make 6 sc in an adjustable ring (6)
Rnd. 2: sc 2x in each stitch (12)
Rnd. 3: *sc 1x, inc* 6x (18)
Rnd. 4: *sc 2x, inc* 6x (24)
Rnd. 5: sc in each stitch (24)
Rnd. 6: *sc 3x, inc* 6x (30)
Rnd. 7: sc in each stitch (30)
Rnd. 8: *sc 4x, inc* 6x (36)
Rnd. 9: sc in each stitch (36)
Rnd. 10: *sc 5x, inc* 6x (42)
Rnd. 11: sc in each stitch (42)
Rnd. 12: *sc 6x, inc* 6x (48)

-Insert the eyes now between rows 6 and 7. Space the eyes 12 stitches apart.
Rnd. 13-23: sc in each stitch (48)
Rnd. 24: *sc 6x, dec* 6x (42)
Rnd. 25: sc in each stitch (42)
Rnd. 26: *sc 5x, dec* 6x (36)
Rnd. 27: sc in each stitch (36)
Rnd. 28: *sc 4x, dec* 6x (30)
Rnd. 29: *sc 3x, dec* 6x (24)
Rnd. 30: *sc 2x, dec* 6x (18)
Rnd. 31: sc in each stitch (18)
Finish off and stuff.

Caudal Fins (Tail) Make 3

Worked flat.
Ch 37, begin in 2nd ch from hook
Row. 1: hdc 14x, hdc dec 4x, hdc 14x, ch 4, turn (36)
Row. 2: begin in 2nd chain from hook, hdc 14x, hdc dec 4x, hdc 13x, ch 4, turn (35)
Row. 3: begin in 2nd chain from hook, hdc 13x, dec 4x, hdc 10x, ch 1, turn (28)
Row. 4: beginin 2nd chain from hook, hdc 8x, dec 4x, hdc 9x (21)
Finish off.

Dorsal Fin (Top)

Worked Flat
Ch 4, begin in 2nd ch from hook
Row. 1: hdc 3x, turn (3)
Row. 2: ch 1, hdc 2x, hdc inc, turn (4)
Row. 3-5: ch 1, hdc 4x, turn (4)
Row. 6: ch 1, hdc 2x, hdc dec, turn (3)
Row. 7: ch 1, hdc 1x, hdc dec (2)
Finish off.

Pectoral Fins (Sides) Make two

Worked Flat
Ch 9, begin in 2nd ch from hook
Row. 1: hdc 3x, sc 3x, sl st 2x, turn (8)
Row. 2: ch 1, sl st 2x, sc 3x, hdc 3x, turn (8)
Row. 3: ch 1, hdc 3x, sc 3x, sl st 2x, turn (8)
Row. 4: ch 1, sl st 2x, sc 3x, hdc 3x (8)
Finish off.


-Stack the three Caudal Fins and stitch them together at the center point.
-Next pinch the opening at the back of the body shut vertically. Line up the point of the fins with the vertical opening, sandwich the fins between the two body openings and stitch thru all the layers to secure.
-Stitch the Dorsal Fin to the top of the body, the shorter end should face forward.
-Stitch the Pectoral Fins to the sides of the body in line with the Dorsa Fin and below the eyes. The green fish was made using the standard single crochet stitch. The pink fish was made using the yarn under method. You can see the size difference. The yarn under method produces a tighter stitch and therefore a slightly smaller toy.
Ready !

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