Squid Game Pink Soldiers Free Crochet Pattern
Aim and shoot anyone who loses the game! Not with this pattern but still, a very nerve wrecking way to play a game, right?
You may have seen the Korean Squid Game show on Netflix by now and if you are like me, you can't wait for a season 2. In the meantime we'll have to do with cute little red / pink Squid Game soldiers that you can crochet at home!
It has taken me a while to design this amigurumi pattern and at first I wanted to keep it very simple and smaller than what I have now but I've treated it like any other pattern and inserted aluminium wire to make the bodied sturdier and poseable. You can totally leave the wire out or use a different wire that's more to your liking. Aluminium is very easy to use and available in hobby stores or online.
This crochet pattern was created using scarlet red Sweet Treat or Bonbon by Scheepjes. Scarlet red is the perfect colour between hot red and pink and matches the colour from the show. Sweet Treat and Bonbon both are the same yarn but called differently because of the skein size. You can use different yarn but if you do, make sure you keep using the same brand or size of yarn for the whole project to keep it all balanced.
*This crochet pattern is completely free to use to create your own pink soldiers from Squid Game but please, do NOT copy and share any parts of the pattern anywhere else. I'd love for you to share this pattern by simply sharing this page's URL with others. Thank you so much for visiting and let me know how you liked this pattern in the comment section of this page! :)
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Use crochet hook 1,5mm. The doll will be about 8cm(3.2”) depending on how tight/loose you crochet. The abbreviations I used are common US terms. If a line says "*sc3,
inc*, sc5" then it means you'll have to repeat the action inside the * until end of round and continue the action after the comma. When a line says ‘5sc’, you crochet 5 single crochet in 1 stitch
Abbreviations that are used:
mr = magic ring
ch = chain
st = stitch
sc = single crochet
inc = increase
dec = single crochet 2 together OR skip stitch (you choose)
slst = slip stitch
FLO = front loop only
BLO = back loop only
dc = double crochet
hdc = half double crochet
- 1,5mm. Crochet hook
- Embroidery needle for details and embroidery
- Scheepjes Sweet Treat or Bonbon yarn. Scarlet red, white and black.
- Polyfill stuffing
- Sharp scissors
- Pins to pin down parts
New at crocheting legs together?
15st per leg you crocheted (36 st in total with both legs + 3 ch on both sides) and 3ch in the middle (6 in total when you crochet around) and you end up with a total of 36st in total at the end of the whole round.
15st 3ch 15st
Left leg + chains + right leg Total of 36 stitches.
15 st 3ch 15st
Arms x2 Black yarn
Sc6 in mr
Sc, 2hdc, sc4
Sc, dec, sc4
Switch to red and continue row 4 in BLO
Sc around x9
Cut yarn and make second arm. Attach to body later.
Legs + Body + Head Black yarn
Skip 1st ch from hook, sc3, 3sc - continue on other side of chain - sc2, 3sc
Sc4, inc, sc5, inc
Sc around in BLO
Sc3, dec, dec, sc6
Sc3, dec, dec, sc4
Change to red and continue row 7 in BLO
Sc4, dec, sc3
*Sc2, inc*, sc, inc
*sc3, inc*, sc3
Sc around x2
*sc5, inc*, sc
Cut yarn. Make second leg. - Cut yarn of 2nd leg and insert hook in 6th stitch of 1st leg with a sc. Ch3. - Insert hook in 13th stitch of second leg with a sc. Place marker.
Sc around x2
Sc7, dec, sc16, dec, sc9
Change to black and continue row 6 in BLO
Sc7, dec, sc16, dec, sc7