Eyeball Amigurumi

Eyeball Amigurumi


This crochet Eyeball amigurumi is part of my new Halloween collection called BOWLOWEEN (Bowling + Halloween!): it’s a collections of Halloween characters that work as Bowling pins and the eyeball as Bowling ball.

You can find all the (free) patterns at this link.

Bowloween Halloween Amigurumi pins

The pattern in this page is totally free, but it’s intellectual property of Elendipity.
You can use it and, of course, you can sell the final products you create, but you cannot sell the pattern or any alteration of the pattern.

You should also credit Elendipity (as pattern creator) whenever you create it, share it and/or sell it.

Feel free to tag me on my Instagram if you create it, I would love to see your works!!

Eyeball Amigurumi Halloween on grass
Eyeball Amigurumi Halloween
Eyeball Amigurumi Halloween blue


This amigurumi is worked from the front (pupil) to the back .

The first 4 rounds of the eye are worked with the joining method: you will join the rounds with a Slip Stich and 1 Chain, and the first stitch of the next round will be done where you did the Slip Stitch – Slip stitches don’t count as stitches. 

The rest of the rounds are worked in continuous rounds with the spiral method, not Slip Stitches to join – but don’t worry, in the pattern is specified when and which method to use.

There will be some colour changes and you can watch a video on how to do them at this link.


I used:

  • Crochet Hook: 3 mm
  • Hobbii Rainbow Cotton 8/6, colour n. 002 (Natural White – NW) – 7 gr – for the eye
  • Hobbii Rainbow Cotton 8/6, colour n. 009 (Black – B) – less than 1 gr – for the pupil
  • Hobbii Friends Cotton 8/6, colour n. 90 (Capri Blue) or Hobbii Rainbow Cotton 8/6, colour n. 23 (Dusty Green) for the Iris – 1 gr
  • stitch marker
  • stuffing
  • darning needle
  • White and red embroidery thread (optional) – I used Cotton Lace from Hobbii

I bought the yarn at Hobbii.


Here below the list of the stitches (US terms) that you are going to use for this project.

  • MC = Magic Circle
  • CH = Chain
  • SS = Slip Stich
  • SC = Single Crochet
  • INC (Increase) = 2 stitches in the same stitch
  • DEC (Decrease) = 1 stitch worked over two stitches – it would be better if you know how to do Invisible Decrease.
  • st = stitches
  • Number in brackets, at the end of each round, indicates the total stitches for the round.
  • Instruction between * … * means you have to repeat what is between the asterisks by the times indicated after the second asterisk.
  • Instruction between ( … ) means you have to do all the stitches in the brackets in the same stitch.
  • You will always find the acronym of the stitch and a number close to it; if the number is before the name of the stitch, it means that you will have to repeat those stitches in the same space. For example: 5 SC = 5 Single Crochet in the same stitch / SC 5 = 5 Single Crochet in the next 5 stitches

Shall we start? 

Let’s go!!



With 3mm crochet hook and the colour B, create a MC and work R1 in the MC.

  • ROUND 1

SC 6, SS to join, CH 1 (6), change colour to Iris colour

  • ROUND 2

* INC * x 6, SS to join, CH 1 (12)

  • ROUND 3

* SC 1, INC * x 6, SS to join, CH 1  (18) change colour to NW

Eyeball amigurumi Round 3
  • ROUND 4

* INC, SC 2 * x 6, SS to join, CH 1 (24)

  • ROUND 5

* SC 3, INC * x 6 (30)

From this round you will use the spiral method, see above in “How To” what that means 

  • ROUND 6

* INC, SC 4 * x 6 (36)

Eyeball amigurumi Round 6
  • ROUND 7, 8, 9, 10 (4 rounds)

SC 36 (36)

Eyeball amigurumi Round 10
  • ROUND 11

* SC 4, DEC * x 6 (30)

  • ROUND 12

* DEC, SC 3 * x 6 (24)

  • ROUND 13

* SC 2, DEC * x 6 (18)

  • ROUND 14

* DEC, SC 1 * x 6 (12)

Now you will fill the Eye with the stuffing.
  • ROUND 15

* DEC * x 6 (6)

At this link you can watch a video on how to close an amigurumi.

Eyeball amigurumi finished


STEP 1 – White

Take the white thread (you can use embroidery floss or a thinner yarn) and draw a couple of lines between the pupil and the iris.

STEP 2 – Red (veins)

Take the red thread and draw the veins around the eye starting from the bottom part.

In the video below you can see how to do it.

Eyeball amigurumi finished embroidery

And HERE WE ARE: your Eyeball amigurumi is done! 👁️

Now you can decide to leave it like this or to add a keychain!

Eyeball Amigurumi Halloween on grass
Eyeball Amigurumi Halloween

I hope you enjoyed this Free Pattern 🥰

I have other many patterns available that you can find at this link.

Don’t hesitate to contact me if you need any explanation for the pattern – you can comment below or write me at info@elendipity.com.

I also offer crochet lessons (both in person or online) if you need some help with crochet creations and reading patterns. You find all the info for the classes at this link.

Feel free to tag me on my Instagram if you create it, I would love to see your works!6

Happy Crocheting! 


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