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Squishy Axolotl Crochet Pattern

    Squishy Axolotl Crochet Pattern
    Squishy Axolotl Crochet Pattern
    Squishy Axolotl Crochet Pattern
    Squishy Axolotl Crochet Pattern
    Squishy Axolotl Crochet Pattern
    Squishy Axolotl Crochet Pattern
    Squishy Axolotl Crochet Pattern

    A crochet pattern for a squishy axolotl with a secret tummy pocket. 

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    Squishy Amigurumi Pattern

    This squishy axolotl crochet pattern is great for beginners. The cute axolotl amigurumi pattern works up quickly using super bulky blanket yarn and he even had a little pocket for kids to keep their bits and bobs safe. The easy axolotl can be used as a squishy plush or even a little pillow. The unisex design makes this amigurumi toy suitable for little boys or girls.

    How to crochet a squishy axolotl amigurumi

    This amigurumi axolotl is beginner skill level and is made entirely from single crochet stitches. The super bulky yarn is used with an 8mm crochet hook and it works up quickly. You will need some basic sewing skills to complete this crochet axolotl as the gills and pocket are made separately.


    Supplies

    • Super Bulky / Super Chunky yarn
    • 8mm crochet hook
    • Scissors
    • Sewing needle
    • 16mm Safety eyes
    • Toy stuffing

    Yarn

    Sizes & Gauge

    • 4” x 4” gauge swatch = 8 rows of 8 sc
    • Finished size – Width 9″ x Height 10″ Diameter 18.5″

    Abbreviations

    USA Terminology (UK Translation)

    • ch – Chain
    • MR – Magic ring
    • R – Round/Row
    • sc – Single crochet
    • 2sc – 2 sc in 1 space (increase)
    • sc2tog – sc 2 together (decrease)
    • sl st – Slip stitch
    • st/sts – Stitch/Stitches

    Pattern notes

    • Chains & finishing slip stitches are not included in stitch count.
    • Stitches separated with a comma are to be made in separate spaces. EG. “sc, 2sc” would mean “sc in first space, 2sc in next space”.
    • Use tapestry eyes only for babies or young children.
    • You can work ‘in the round’ by excluding finishing slip stitches and chains.

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