Crochet Pattern: Clown Fish

With this very easy to follow crochet pattern you can now make your very own amigurumi clown fish!
Clown fish have become very popular over the years, especially since the movie Finding Nemo. But if you can’t find your own Nemo, you might just as well crochet one yourself. 🙂


When made with a 4.0mm crochet needle and light worsted weight yarn, this clown fish will become approx. 20cm in length.

Needed to make this item:
– A 4.0mm crochet needle
– Light worsted weight yarn
– Filling material
– Tapestry needle

Needed skills to make this item:
– Basic sewing skills, to put the amigurumi together
– The ability to increase and decrease stitches
– Magic ring
– Chain stitches
– Single crochet
– Slip stitches
– Basic embroidery skills
– The ability to change colours. There’s a tutorial included on how to change colours in order to achieve best results when making this clown fish.

The pattern is written in English using US crochet terminology. The pattern description is written using abbreviations; there’s an extensive list included to explain all abbreviations used. There are also detailed pictures included to guide you through the pattern.

Skill level: intermediate.

Buy now!

Click on ‘Buy Now’ to order this PDF pattern right away, for only $4.99! After you’ve placed your order, your pattern will be emailed automatically to the email address linked to your PayPal account.

You can also purchase this pattern in my Etsy store, or on Ravelry. 

Please note: This pattern is protected by copyright. It is not allowed to copy (parts of) the pattern, reuse it or parts of it in other patterns, resell it or spread it without written permission of The Flying Dutchman Crochet Design.



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