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Stellar Saturn: Your Must-Try Free Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

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Stellar Saturn: Your Must-Try Free Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Alright, crochet enthusiasts, fasten your seatbelts; we’re going on a galactic ride! Introducing the saturn planet pattern — and oh boy, am I head-over-heels for this one. Now, I’ve made countless amigurumis over the years, but this one’s genuinely in a whole other universe.

It’s as if the stars aligned, and my hook and yarn whispered, “Let’s make something extraordinary!” And that’s precisely how I felt—like I was crafting a small universe in my hands.

Embarking on this project gives you more than just the satisfaction of completing yet another amigurumi . Ah, it’s like a cosmic voyage without leaving your comfy crafting chair! The ring, the colors, the texture—each element represents a challenge and a triumph, all in one go.

Your crochet repertoire simply isn’t complete without this celestial masterpiece. So, grab those hooks and let your creativity orbit around this stellar pattern . Trust me; it’s a rocket ride of fun you don’t wanna miss!

Designer: Lauyarniverse


  • Cotton yarn 3.5 mm, bodycolor (color A) and ring color (color B)
  • 3 mm crochet hook
  • 6 mm safery eyes
  • Black color thread to embroider mouth details
  • Toy stuffing


Rnd – round
Sc – single crochet
Inc – increase
Dec – decrease
St – stitch
Dc – double crochet
Sl st – slip stitch

Color A

Rnd 1: 6 sc in magic ring
Rnd 2: 6 inc (12)
Rnd 3: 1 sc, 1 inc (18)
Rnd 4: 2 sc, 1 inc (24)
Rnd 5: 3 sc, 1 inc (30)
Rnd 6-8: 30 sc

Crochet Saturn Planet tips 1


Change to color B and make 3 ch into the front loop of the first st. Continue making 1 dc, 1 inc until the end of this round (workinng into the front loop only). CLose the ring making 1 sl st.

Color A

Rnd 9: working into the back loop: 30 sc (30)
Rnd 10: 30 sc (30)
Rnd 11: 3 sc, 1 dec (24)

Place the safety eyes between rounds 6 and 7 and stuff.

Rnd 12: 2 sc, 1 dec (18)
Rnd 13: 1 sc, 1 dec (12)
Rnd 14: 6 dec (6)

Tie off and embroider the mouth,

Well, that’s it! I hope you enjoyed making the crocheted Saturn amigurumi as much as I did. It was a fun and challenging project, but the end result is definitely worth it.

The finished product is a cute and unique addition to any space-themed collection, or just as a fun toy for kids.

But beyond just being a fun craft project, there’s something deeper about creating something like this. There’s a sense of accomplishment and pride in taking some yarn and turning it into an adorable planetary sculpture.

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