Crochet Pattern: Freddie the Fish

Here’s a lovely listing for a crochet pattern of a big blue fish!
Make the fish as a toy for your kids, or use it to decorate your house with. It’s very suitable to use in a marine or nautical home deco theme.

When you make the fish with a 2.5mm crochet needle and sock wool (like I did in the pictures), the fish will be 4 inches / 10 centimeters long, and 3 inches / 7.5 centimeters high and wide. When you make the fish with a 4mm crochet needle and light worsted weight yarn, it will become almost 12 inches / 30 centimeters long and 9 inches / 22.5 centimeters high and wide; that’s a pretty big amigurumi fish, full of omega 3 haha!

Needed materials to make this item:

  • crochet hook, size 2,5mm / D / 11
  • yarn type: sock yarn
  • yarn colours: blue, black
  • tapestry/sewing needle
  • fiberfill

Needed skills to make this item:

  • magic ring
  • chain stitches
  • slip stitches
  • single crochet
  • increasing and decreasing
  • basic sewing skills

Overall skill level: advanced beginner.

The pattern is written in US crochet terminology and is available in English. The pattern description is written using abbreviations; there’s an extensive list included to explain all abbreviations used. There are also a lot of detailed pictures included to guide you through the pattern. After you’ve completed your purchase, you can download the pattern in the language you require.

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 Craftsy.

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.

About Joyce

artist, www.j-o-y-c-e.com
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