Oshawott Amigurumi Pattern

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I hope you enjoy this free crochet pokemon pattern of Oshawott. This cute little otter is ready to make a splash! When finished, Oshawott is approximately 4 inches tall and 2 inches wide (palm sized!) He will be a great addition to your team or a great gift for another Pokemon trainer.

And once you’re done, why not make Oshawott the Otter Reindeer, too?

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pokemon amigurumi oshawott

  • Dark blue, Light blue, white, yellow and brown  yarn
  • 3.5  mm crochet hook
  • Fiber-fill stuffing
  • Black and white felt and fabric glue
  • Black embroidery thread and needle (mouth, freckles)
  • Scissors, yarn needle for assembly


R(#): Round number

MR: magic ring

Sc: single crochet

dc: double crochet

inc: increase (2 sc in same stitch)

dec: decrease (decrease 2 sc into one)

I recommend using Invisible Decrease

tch: turn chain

sl st: slip stitch  -ch: chain – f/o: fasten off

ch: chain – f/o: fasten off

Check out my Learn to Crochet page for video tutorials on how to do the types of stitches listed above.

Using white:

R1. 6 sc in MR (6)

R2. Inc around (12)

R3. ‘Sc 1, inc’ around (18)

R4. ‘Sc 2, inc’ around (24)

R5. ‘Sc 7, inc’ around (27)

R6-7. Sc around (27) two times

R8.  Inc, sc 13, inc, sc12  (29)

R9. Dec, sc 13, dec, sc 12 (27)

R10. ‘Sc 7, dec’ around (24)

R11. ‘Sc 2, dec’ around (18)

Don’t forget stuffing

R12. ‘Sc 1, dec’ around (12)pokemon amigurumi oshawott

R13. Dec around (6)  f/o
Shell (Scalchop)
Using yellow yarn:

Shell Base

Row1. Sc 2 (2) tch

Row2. Sc 2 (2) tch

Row 3. Ch 2, turn, skip the first sc and sl st into the second sc. This chain forms a ‘loop’ over the first 2 rows.

Shell Fan

Ch 2, then 6 dc into loop, ch 2, sl st into loop and f/o.

Using light blue:
R1. MR 6

R2. Inc ar (12)

R3. Sc 1 inc ar (18)

R4. Sc 2 inc ar (24)

R5. Sc 3 inc ar (30)

R6-9. sc ar (30) four times

R10. Sc 3 dec ar (24)

R11-13. Sc ar (24) three times

R14. Sc 2 dec (18)

R15-16. Sc ar (18) two times

(Neck frills) In outer loops:

*[ch2, dc in same base] [ch2, sl st into next ch on base] sl st,

[ch2, dc in same base] [ch2, sl st into next ch on base]

sc 4 times, *

repeat above (between **) f/o.


Make 2, using dark blue:

R1. Sc 4 in MR (4)

R2. Sc 1, inc, sc 1, inc (6)

R3. Sc 1, inc, sc 2, inc, sc 1 (8) f/o.
pokemon amigurumi oshawott

Make 2, using white:

R1.  4 sc in MR (4)

R2. Sc around (4)

R3.  Inc, sc 1, inc, sc 1 (6)

R4. Sc around (6)

R5. Sc 1 , Inc, sc 2, inc sc 1 (8)

R6. Sc around (8) f/o.


Using dark blue:

R1. Ch 8, sl st to beginning ch

R2-R3. Sc around (8) 2 times

R4. Dec, Sc 6 (7)

R5-6. Sc around (7) 2 times. f/o (flatten)

Make 2, using dark blue:

R1. Ch 6, sl st to first ch.

R2-R3. Sc around (6) 2 times

R4. Dec, Sc 4 (5)

R5. Sc around (5) f/o. (flatten)

Using brown:

R1. Sc 6 in MR (6)

R2. ‘Sc 1, inc’ around (9) f/o

Assembly Notes

The head, body, and arms are crocheted in the round and filled with stuffing. For the ears and nose stuffing is optional given the small size of the finished product – for mine I was able to ‘stuff’ them with just the tail end of the yarn. The feet and tail are crocheted ‘in the round’ but not filled with stuffing and pressed flat. Careful with the positioning of the tail and feet- attach them so they balance each other.

Enjoy Oshawott, the water starter from Pokemon Black and White!

Click here to purchase a downloadable version of this pokemon crochet pattern!

This pattern by StringsAway is for personal use only. Please do not sell or redistribute the pattern or product.

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