AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH


You need to crochet in the back loops only for a particular row. I love how Ana Paula Rimoli included this when she was planning.

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

Head / body is stuffed and ready to go! Safety eyes have been attached and cute smile has been embroidered 🙂

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

Next up I went around and crocheted this „wavy, skirt-looking thing“ onto the head / body. It gives a delightful scalloped edge. This jellyfish looks like a sunflower from the bottom!

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

Here is a view of the scalloped edging from the top:

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

Then I crocheted the three inner tentacles and six outer tentacles. I love how twirly and curly the outer tentacles are!

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

Jellyfish after the three inner tentacles:

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

I then attached the six outer tentacles, spacing them evenly around the inner tentacles.

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

Ta-da! And here is Jellyfish with all the tentacles attached!



AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

The tentacles give Jellyfish so much texture! Jellyfish is itching to put those tentacles to good use …

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

And so, next we have a series of six pictures showing our amigurumi  Jumpin ‚Jellyfish !

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

AMIGURUMI SPRITZEN JELLYFISH

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