Baby Jellyfish by Amy Woodhouse

Baby Jellyfish

Crochet
June 2019
both are used in this pattern
Sport (12 wpi) ?
32 stitches and 42 rows = 4 inches
2.0 mm
0 - 5 yards (0 - 5 m)
US
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This baby jellyfish has ventured out of the deep blue sea and is excited for new sights to see. You’ll be sure to make all your friends jelly with this little one!

Very little yarn is needed, less than 10g of each colour is what I used in the end to make him. The pattern is beginner-intermediate and has few intricate techniques included. The stitches featured in the pattern are:
Chain stitch;
Single crochet;
Invisible decrease;
Increase;
Stitch through back loops;
Slip stitch;
Magic ring.

I don’t include tutorials on how to make these stitches since there are so many resources on the internet.

What You’ll Need
• 2.00 mm crochet hook
• Tapestry needle
• 2 different yarns in an aqua and similar shade of ombre, which are compatible with the required crochet hook
• Black yarn or thread to embroider
• Pink yarn or thread to embroider (alternatively, a substitute like pink make-up could be used)
• Plastic beads (I used clear beads with a slight pearly sheen)
• Soft stuffing (like polyester fibrefill)