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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