baby frog free crochet pattern

Freddie the Frog - Super Easy No-Sew Crochet Pattern

Today, I'm excited to introduce Freddie the Frog, a lovable amphibian friend who can be brought to life without any sewing. Whether you're a seasoned crochet enthusiast or a curious beginner, this irresistibly easy pattern is perfect for crafters of all skill levels. Get ready to infuse your creations with whimsical charm!

Materials:

  • Weight 6 yarn 
  • Size 5.5 mm hook
  • Stuffing
  • Safety Eyes or felt eyes and either a safety nose or some scrap cotton yarn to embroider one
  • Yarn needle
  • Stitch Marker

Abbreviations:

  • sc = single crochet
  • inc = increase (2 sc in next stitch)
  • dec = invisible decrease (sc 2 stitches together
  • bo = bobble stitch

Bobble Stitch (bo)

If you are unfamiliar with the bobble stitch, here is how you make it:

1. Yarn over, insert hook into stitch and pull up a loop.

2. Yarn over again and pull through two loops, leaving 2 loops on your hook.

For the eyes in round 3, do this:

3. Continue these steps until you have 6 loops on your hook. 

4. Yarn over and pull through all 6 loops. Chain 1 to finish stitch.

For the arms & legs in rounds 6 & 8, do this:

3. Continue these steps until you have 4 loops on your hook. 

4. Yarn over and pull through all 4 loops. Chain 1 to finish stitch.

** The eyes are meant to be larger bobble stitches than the arms & legs, so you will pull up more loops on your hook for the eyes **

Pattern:

R1: 10 sc in a magic ring

R2: 10 inc (20)

R3: 7 sc, bo, 4 sc, bo, 7 sc

R4-5 (2 rounds): 20 sc around

Place safety eyes in the middle of each bobble stitch. Embroider a mouth if desired.

R6: 6 sc, bo, 6 sc, bo, 6 sc

R7: 20 sc

R8: 4 sc, bo, 10 sc, bo, 4 sc

*Depending on your tension, you may need to adjust where your bo's are in round 8. Make sure the bo's are two stitches wider than the ones in round 6. The feet are supposed to be closer to the back of the frog to make it look like he's sitting on his haunches. See picture for reference.

Begin stuffing the frog. Keep stuffing as you go.

R9: 10 dec (10)

Fasten off and sew hole shut.

 

That's it! I can't wait to see all your adorable Freddies! 

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4 comments

Yet another adorable pattern from yarnybox! I made this with pink acrylic yarn, and made it look like a strawberry. If you want to like me, just use the top of the strawberry for their actual strawberry pattern on here! Anyways thanks! Mine did come out with the wrong stitch count but that’s user error. I did adjust. Thanks again! Happy crocheting!

Quinn

This frog pattern is adorable! It was super easy to follow and fast to make. I tried a few others that were not remotely as helpful as this one. I really appreciated that a bobble stitch explanation was included.

Dodo

This turned out so cute, but i would like to request an edit. Its really small, but on round 8 it should be 4sc, bo, 10sc, bo, 4sc. Other then that the pattern is absolutely perfect!!

Zefe

This frog is so cute!

Fayth

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