#117 Seadra (and Bumblebee pattern)

Hi there!

I’m so proud of my Seadra! I think she’s so cool and fierce!

Maybe her tail could have been a bit bigger but otherwise she looks really good to me.

What do you think about her?



And as promised: a small pattern to make a small bumblebee!

If you make one please tag pokemoncrochetchallenge or refer back to this pattern!

Pokémon Crochet Challenge

Gotta crochet ‘em all!

 Bumblebee Pattern:


 This is a pattern guide to crochet a bumblebee amigurumi doll by    Pokemoncrochetchallenge

This pattern is an original pattern by Pokémoncrochetchallenge.

Please do not claim this pattern as your own. Please don’t share this pattern on your site, and refer to my etsy shop or blog when posting pictures of your creation. Please don’t sell or distribute this patterns, or items made from it out of respect for the maker. All properties of pokémon belong to Nintendo. It’s fanmade and will never be massproduced or made for commercial purposes.


  •  Approximately 25g (or 50 meter) Black yarn, worsted weight.
  • Approximately 25g (or 50 meter) Yellow yarn, worsted weight.
  • Approximately 10g (or 20 meter) White yarn, worsted weight.
  • I use a steel crochet hook size 7mm.
  • 2x 8mm safety eyes
  • Stuffing, like 100% polyester fiberfill.
  • Wool/Tapestry needle.
  • Scissors
  • Stitch markers


  • ch = chain
  • sl st = slip stich
  • sc = single crochet (US), double crochet (UK)
  • hdc = half double crochet (US), half treble crochet (UK)
  • dc = double crochet (US), treble crochet (UK)
  • rnd = round
  • tog = together
  • dec = decrease by crocheting 2 single crochet together
  • 2sc in sc = 2 single crochet in 1 single crochet
  • bl = back loop only
  • fl = front loop only
  • MR = start with a magic ring
  • fo = fasten off


  1. Make sure you read through the whole pattern before starting, to make sure you understand everything. Please feel comfortable to contact me for any questions!
  1. This Bumblebee is made in rounds and in several different parts that will be sown toghether afterwards. Do not join rounds unless told to.
  1. Use a stitch marker to mark the start of a round (or a small piece of different coloured yarn placed under the stich at the mark of the round).
  1. To start a round you can use the magic ring method for a tight look.


Start with Yellow

Rnd 1: 6 sc in Magic Ring (6)

Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc around (12)

Rnd 3: sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc around (18)

Rnd 4: sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc around (24)

Rnd 5: Sc in each sc around (24)

Change to Black yarn

Rnd 6-7: Sc in each sc around (24)

Change to Yellow Yarn

Rnd 8: sc next 6 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (21)

Rnd 9: Sc in each sc around (21)

Change to Black yarn

Rnd 10: sc next 5 sc, dec over next 2 sc around (18)

Rnd 11: Sc in each sc around (18)

Change to Yellow yarn

Rnd 12: sc next sc, dec over next 2 sc around (12)

Rnd 13: Sc in each sc around (12)

Change to Black yarn

Rnd 14: Dec over next 2sc around (6)

F/ O



With White

Base line: chain 9

Rnd 1: sc in each ch around, sc 2 in the first and last ch (18) You’ll end up with a long shaped round so you can work in rounds again.

Rnd 2: Sc around but do 2sc in each corner (4 corners) (22)

F/O, leaving long tail


Final assembly

  • Place the two 8mm safety eyes into the face of the bee.
  • Fill up the body of the bee with polyfill and sew it shut.
  • Fold the wings in half and sew across the middle line so you create 2 ‘wings’ attached to each other.
  • Sew the wings onto the top of the body by sewing the middle line to the body.

See pictures as reference for the correct placement of the parts.

For more pictures see my blog: https://pokemoncrochetchallenge.wordpress.com

or facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/PokemonCrochetChallenge






2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Mary
    Jan 01, 2016 @ 06:33:07

    Lovely! It’s good to see you slowly but surely accomplishing your goal to crochet all the Pokemon! Keep it up 😀


  2. WonderfulWolf
    Jan 10, 2016 @ 22:49:03

    That bumblebee is so cute! I wish I could crochet as I would give it a go, but I really can’t stand the feel of wool…


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