Baby Shark Chunky Amigurumi by Heather C Gibbs (KCACO.UK)

Baby Shark Chunky Amigurumi

February 2019
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
7 stitches
in 7dc/sc = 8cm (3.1 inches)
6.5 mm (K)
77 - 87 yards (70 - 80 m)
25cm (9.8 inches) from nose to tail
both US and UK
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> Please note this pattern is available for FREE on my blog. This downloadable PDF file for sale contains the full pattern without advertisements.

Need to whip up a shark in a flash! Then this is the pattern for you. Made from chunky yarn, this is a quick make to gift to any shark lover.

Designed with embroidered features this ami is perfect for little ones under 36 months - for older children or adults you could use safety eyes instead.

This listing is for the amigurumi pattern to help you create your own chunky Baby Shark. The PDF file is 3 pages long, it’s written in both UK and US terms and includes explanations of all stitches and abbreviations.

I hope you’ll tag on Instagram or share your projects on my Facebook page as I love to see your finished work! Happy Crocheting!

Pattern Specifications:

Finished Size: 99cm (39 inches) from horn tip to tail


4 x 100g / 80m of Yarn A
1 x 100g / 80m of Yarn B

Marriner Mermaid Super Chunky (Marshmallow - Yarn A) Marriner Super Chunky (Silver - Yarn B) used in photos.

Hook: 6.5mm (US size K)

Pattern will work in other hooks and yarns though finished size will be different.

You will also need:

Stitch markers
A yarn needle
Polyester toy filler
Small amount of black double knit / 8ply yarn

Gauge: 7dc/sc = 8cm (3.1 inches)

Obtaining the correct gauge is not critical to this project but yarn amounts and finished size of project may differ if your gauge is different from mine.

If you like this pattern then please come check out my other designs:

This pattern is (c) designed by Heather Gibbs 2019 and is for Personal use only, not for resale. Patterns are not to be copied, sold or distributed. However, you are welcome to donate, gift as well as sell any of your finished items (if you are an Individual Crafter). If you sell your work online, please credit the work as appropriate and link to my pages where you can: