We’re knitting a toy that babies can’t give up. Of course, rattle. A colorful amigurumi free mermaid pattern.

Pattern: @hobikitty


We prefer cotton yarns

The crochet should be of suitable thickness

Let’s use bead fibers and not fill more or less.

I chose 10mm for the eye.

Terms I use

SC: Single Crochet

INC: increase

DEC: decrease

DC: double crochet

BLO: back of the loop

(…)* The number of repetitions

Mermaid Teether Rattle Pattern

Piece knitted on the ring: Let’s pull 27 chains, we go back and weave by knitting until the ring is large enough to cover the circumference.

(You can start this piece by pulling the appropriate number of chains according to the thickness and size of your ring)

Let’s finish and leave the rope long, we connect the formed rectangular part with the needle around the ring.

You can choose the colors you want.

Color transitions will be early in the sequence.


1. Magic ring 6sc

2. 6 inc 12sc

3. (1sc, 1inc) * 6 18sc

4. (2sc, 1inc) * 6 24sc

5. (3sc, 1inc) * 6 30sc

6. (4sc, 1inc) * 6 36sc

7. (5sc, 1inc) * 6 42sc

8. (6sc, 1inc) * 6 48sc (Blo)

9. 48sc

10. 48sc

11. 48sc

12. 48sc

13. 48sc

14. 48sc (in order to connect eyes to the cheeks in proportion to the appropriate area will be 6sc in between)

15. 16sc, (1inc, 1sc) * 3, 6sc, (1inc, 1sc) * 3, 16sc 54sc (there should be a total of 6 auctions for cheeks)

16. 5 rows of 54sc eg

17. 16sc, (1dec, 1sc) * 3, 6sc, (1dec, 1sc) * 3,16sc 48sc (there should be 6 reductions in total)

21. (6sc, 1dec) * 6 42sc

22. (5sc, 1dec) * 6 36sc

23. (4sc, 1dec) * 6 30sc

24. (3sc, 1dec) * 6 24sc (Mesh narrowing rattle apparatus is added to bead is filled with fiber)

25. (2sc, 1dec) * 6 18sc

Finish and sew on the ring.


Head and ring around the place where we put the chain around the length of the pull back and weave 1 row of needles. We turn to the top row again, where we do a frequent needles 3dc, 3.dc to the top of the chain and pull the loop 3dc 2 dc to do the same frequent needle again. Then, we do the same procedure by bypassing 1 frequent needle and passing to the second frequent needle. To the end. Let’s cut the rope long and sew the two ends of the collar from behind.


We knit the first 12 rows in the same way as we knit the head in the last row, pulling 2 chains and making 3er dc in the same dense needle, forming the edge of the hat (frill part).