crochet spider amigurumi

Thank you for the wonder feedback on my little pumpkin pattern. I’ve received the nicest comments and have been flattered by how many people have linked back to it.

When I sat down a few weeks ago to make some little crochet balls, I didn’t intend to whip up a bunch of Halloween-inspired projects, but you go where the inspiration takes you.

This spooky little spider is fast and easy to make. You still have plenty of time to crochet one (or a few) before October 31st. Have fun!

Spider Legs (make eight)
These are just like the pumpkin stem, only longer.
R1: chain 12
R2: sc in second bump from hook, sc in next ten bumps*

Spider Body
Crochet Rows 1-11 of Tiny Crochet Ball with black yarn.

Before stuffing, attach or embroider eyes. Then attach legs, four on each side. Bury ends inside body.

Stuff and finish off with Row 12.

*Go into the bumps on the back of the chain, not the stitches on the front of the chain.

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9 Responses to tiny crochet spider pattern

  1. Kelly says:

    Super cute! I like the blue eyes!


  2. Anne Marie says:

    Love this pattern – thanks for sharing – my grandsons will go crazy over these!!

  3. Mom says:

    Just too cute to be scary! Nice work.

  4. Sara says:

    I love this little spider! I just found your blog and I am inspired by your creativity. I just started a blog that is a collective of crochet patterns I find on the web by creative people like you. I hope you don’t mind, I linked to your photo with a short description and a link back to your site. Thank you for sharing this adorable pattern.

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  6. So cute and I love the blue eyes. It makes the spider look like he is insterested in you – but not scary!

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  9. susan m jensen says:

    Thanks for sharing such a cute spider. I like him.