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Crochet Stingray Amigurumi

Make an adorable crochet stingray toy with one of these easy free patterns.

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Rocking Rays Crochet Pattern from Dreivordrei

Dreivordrei is a German language site – the Google Translate feature in Chrome does a great job of translating the pattern to English.

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Free Stingray Crochet Pattern from Circulo Yarns

Designed by Shirley Borges; this is an intermediate-level pattern for a 7″ toy stingray. The pattern is available as a free PDF download.

YARN REQUIRED: #5 bulky/chunky weight, velvet-style yarn, e.g., Amigurumi Pelucia from Circulo.
NOTIONS: 10 mm black plastic safety eyes, scissors, a tapestry needle, stitch markers, and stuffing material. You’ll also need black and white yarn scraps.

Video: Theresa’s Crochet Shop

Crochet Plush Stingray Tutorial from Theresa’s Crochet Shop

Learn how to crochet a cute Stingray Plushie toy with this free, easy-to-follow tutorial. The pattern is simple enough to finish in under an hour. The finished toy measures approximately 4 inches in width and 3.5 inches in length when made using yarn of #4 weight yarn.

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Easy Crochet Stingray Pattern from Loops and Love Crochet

This is a free pattern for a ragdoll-style amigurumi that doesn’t require any sewing. The toy is made from two, easy-to-make, flat pieces that are crocheted together and then stuffed. When finished, the toy measures approximately 6″ in length from nose to tail and 4″ in width (15 cm x 10 cm).

YARN REQUIRED: #4 medium/worsted weight yarn. You’ll need about 20 yards (18 m) in the main colour and 15 yards (13 m) in a contrasting colour for the underside.
NOTIONS: 9 mm safety eyes, scissors, a yarn needle, and fibre-based stuffing material.

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No-Sew Stingray Amigurumi Pattern from Stringy Ding Ding

This adorable stingray plushie pattern is a gift for subscribers to Stringy Ding Ding newsletters. It’s an easy pattern and can be made in #4 weight yarn for a small stingray or #6 weight yarn for a larger toy.

YARN REQUIRED: #4 / Medium weight yarn with a 4 mm hook or #6 Super Bulky weight yarn with a 7 mm hook.
NOTIONS: Scissors, a tapestry needle, stuffing material, and 10mm or 16 mm safety eyes.

Video: BlueFoxPaws

Beginner-Friendly Crochet Stingray Tutorial by Blue Fox Paws

This easy-to-follow tutorial creates a stingray that is about 7″ long and 3½” wide (19 cm x 9 cm).

YARN REQUIRED: #4 medium/worsted weight yarn in two contrasting colours.
NOTIONS: Scissors, an embroidery needle, stuffing material, and 9 x 11 mm oval safety eyes.

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Crochet Stingray from NayKid’s Creations

This stingray is bendable and poseable due to the pipe cleaners used in the tail and along the edge of his body.

YARN REQUIRED: #4 medium/worsted weight yarn in blue and white.
NOTIONS: Scissors, a 3.75 mm crochet hook, a needle, fiberfill stuffing, 9 mm safety eyes, and pipe cleaners (optional).

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Amigurumi Stingray Pattern from Rose & Lily Amigurumi

This is a cute and quick-to-make crochet stingray pattern. It’s a no-sew pattern, designed for chunky yarn and includes a full video tutorial.

YARN REQUIRED: #5 bulky/chunky weight, chenille-style yarn, e.g., Flutterby Chunky from James C. Brett.
NOTIONS: 9 mm safety eyes, scissors, polyfill stuffing, stitch markers, and a pipe cleaner (optional).

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