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Amigurumi Pool Floaty Pattern

Updated: Apr 28

Hey everyone! Welcome back to another Free Pattern Friday!! This week I have such a weird but fun little pattern! I can honestly say I have no idea what possessed me to make an amigurumi pool floaty pattern. I was just falling asleep one night and thought “Heh. What if cups could wear floaties…. I could totally make that” and then I woke up and decided I absolutely had to make floaties for my cups. They can’t actually float, but I giggled like a maniac the entire time I was designing them, so… #worthit.

Anyway. This pattern is super duper easy and quick to make, if just a little awkward to hold while you’re crocheting. I really like making these in really bright colors, it makes them feel very summery and we don’t get too much summer here in the Pacific Northwest so, it’s just extra fun! I made two different sizes for this pattern, the smaller one fits the average soda can size and the larger one fits my 32 oz Hydro flask, so it's a touch bigger! I've lost my measuring tape, so as soon as I find it, I'll update with actual measurements!

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~If you have any questions about the pattern, or you just want to send me a picture of your finished project please contact me at crochet_things@yahoo.com! Feel free to make and sell these, but please do not mass produce! If you would like to share this pattern, please link to this page, but please do not reprint it on your site. Also, please credit me when using this pattern by tagging me @cutiepie_crochet on Instagram. Thanks, and have lots of fun making your new plushie friend!~


Materials:

3.75mm crochet hook

Worsted weight yarn in the colors of your choice

Fiber fill

Stitch markers

Yarn needle


Abbreviations:

MC- Main Color

CC- Contrasting Color

mr- magic ring

st- stitch

sc- single crochet


Smaller-Sized Coaster:


Base:

In MC-

Round 1: mr 6 [6]

Round 2: inc x6 [12]

Round 3: (sc 1, inc)x6 [18]

Round 4: sc 1, inc, (sc 2, inc)x5, sc 1 [24]

Round 5: (sc 3, inc)x6 [30]

Round 6: sc 2, inc, (sc 4, inc)x5, sc 2 [36]

Round 7: (sc 5, inc)x6 [42]

Round 8: sc 3, inc, (sc 6, inc)x5, sc 3 [48]

Round 9: (sc 7, inc)x6 [54]

Round 10: sc 4, inc, (sc 8, inc)x5, sc 4 [60]

Tie off, leaving a long tail for sewing.


Ring:

Essentially this piece is one long tube, You should have 5 sections of either color and they will all be 5 rows long. I like to stuff as I go, so it’s nice and evenly stuffed. Make sure not to overstuff or it will be hard to turn your tube into a circle.

Starting in MC-

Ch 15, ss into first ch st, being sure not to twist ch.

Round 1: ch 1, sc into same first stitch that you ss into. You are now crocheting in the round. [15]

Rounds 2-6: sc around [15]

Change to CC:

Rounds 7-12: sc around [15]

Change to MC:

Rounds 13-18: sc around [15]

Change to CC:

Rounds 19-24: sc around [15]

Change to MC:

Rounds 25-30: sc around [15]

Change to CC:

Rounds 31-36: sc around [15]

Change to MC:

Rounds 37-42: sc around [15]

Change to CC:

Rounds 43- 48: sc around [15]

Change to MC:

Rounds 49-54: sc around [15]

Change to CC:

Rounds 55-60: sc around [15]

Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing. Being sure not to twist the tube, (essentially, just making sure all of the nice sides of the color changes are all facing the same way) sew the two open ends of the tube together. Stuffing the last little bit as you go. Making sure the “jog” in the color changes (if you have one) is faced toward the bottom so that the pretty part is faced up. Then, pin the base to that same said where the “jog” is. Then all you have to do is sew the base down and you’re all done!


Larger-Sized Coaster:


Base:

In MC-

Round 1: mr 6 [6]

Round 2: inc x6 [12]

Round 3: (sc 1, inc)x6 [18]

Round 4: sc 1, inc, (sc 2, inc)x5, sc 1 [24]

Round 5: (sc 3, inc)x6 [30]

Round 6: sc 2, inc, (sc 4, inc)x5, sc 2 [36]

Round 7: (sc 5, inc)x6 [42]

Round 8: sc 3, inc, (sc 6, inc)x5, sc 3 [48]

Round 9: (sc 7, inc)x6 [54]

Round 10: sc 4, inc, (sc 8, inc)x5, sc 4 [60]

Round 11: (sc 9, inc)x6 [66]

Round 12: sc 5, inc, (sc 10, inc)x5, sc 5 [72]

Tie off, leaving a long tail for sewing.


Ring:

Essentially this piece is one long tube, You should have 6 sections of either color and they will all be 6 rows long. I like to stuff as I go, so it’s nice and evenly stuffed. Make sure not to overstuff or it will be hard to turn your tube into a circle.

Starting in MC-

Ch 15, ss into first ch st, being sure not to twist ch.

Round 1: ch 1, sc into same first stitch that you ss into. You are now crocheting in the round. [15]

Rounds 2-6: sc around [15]

Change to CC:

Rounds 7-12: sc around [15]

Change to MC:

Rounds 13-18: sc around [15]

Change to CC:

Rounds 19-24: sc around [15]

Change to MC:

Rounds 25-30: sc around [15]

Change to CC:

Rounds 31-36: sc around [15]

Change to MC:

Rounds 37-42: sc around [15]

Change to CC:

Rounds 43- 48: sc around [15]

Change to MC:

Rounds 49-54: sc around [15]

Change to CC:

Rounds 55-60: sc around [15]

Change to MC:

Rounds 61-66: sc around [15]

Change to CC:

Rounds 67-72: sc around [15]

Fasten off, leaving a long tail for sewing. Being sure not to twist the tube, (essentially, just making sure all of the nice sides of the color changes are all facing the same way) sew the two open ends of the tube together. Stuffing the last little bit as you go. Making sure the “jog” in the color changes (if you have one) is faced toward the bottom so that the pretty part is faced up. Then, pin the base to that same said where the “jog” is. Then all you have to do is sew the base down and you’re all done!



I hope you enjoyed today's pattern and I hope you have fun making your pool floaty coasters! If you do, you should email me at crochet_things@yahoo.com or tag me on Instagram @cutiepie_crochet and show me your finished plushies! <3

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