Crochet Animals I love animals, so I try to recreate them in crochet form. A cutesy little Giraffe. Felt like doing something different. Like a short neck giraffe. This is one of my own personal designs. Rawr.Not to be confused with our Septapuses…Septapi? Either way, this octopus features long twirly tentacles that can be stretched or wrapped around things. This is one of my own personal designs. “Oh, I’m, bringing home a baby bumblebee…” That’s exactly what you could be singing if you had one of these handmade crocheted amigurumi bumblebees. Each bee is about 4 inches tall and 4 inches wide. Speaking of bees, what kind of bee would an infant be? A Bay-Bee (Baby) Badumtss! These magnet worms were one of the first things I made to sell at the local craft shows. I wanted to come up with something that was simple, yet cute. I remembered having a worm similar to the ones featured in the pictures. I studied the design and details and thought to myself that I could do this. Wanted to make a cutesy dragon. This is the result.I had a great idea to make small, cutesy little animals and what’s better than an adorable pink octopus? I started off making the body followed by the eight legs…but oops, only seven of the legs would fit. This is why this little guy is called a septapus. I’ve only made the septapus in this color. I think it suits him very well! This crochet amigurumi stingray is actually very special to me. This was the very first animal I ever crocheted. In fact, this is even the very first non-blanket/non-scarf item I have ever made. He was also a gift for someone very special. He is all yarn and stuffing with a pipe cleaner to make his tail bendable! I hope to experiment with more sting ray patterns in the future! This is one of my own personal designs.This unicorn is about 5 inches long and stands about 5 and a half inches tall (including the horn). This is one of my own personal designs.