Jeremy the Giraffe - Crochet Pattern

The Blue Elephants

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Jeremy the Giraffe sits at just under 2 feet tall and if you count his legs, he's a full three feet long! When I sat down to design this giraffe amigurumi pattern, I really wanted to get the legs right. I wanted the legs on my crochet giraffe to be pretty long and bobbly at the ends so that when you picked him up or wiggled him around, his arms and legs would swing around. A few years ago, I had done that with a monster toy, and it was so much fun for the kids to play with that wanted to include it here too. I also made it so Jeremy would sit on the base of his body and his arms and legs would be long enough to hang off a shelf or sit in a chair.


The finished plushie is 3 feet tall. 

  • Instant download PDF
  • Standard USA terms
  • 12 page PDF with clear instructions and detailed step by step pictures
  • Crochet skill level: beginner, some amigurumi experience helpful
  • Includes brand + color of yarn used
  • Uses a 4.00mm (G) crochet hook


You only need some basic crochet skills to make this:

  • Single crochet
  • Double crochet
  • Half double crochet
  • Magic loop
  • Basic Increases
  • Basic decreases
  • Basic seaming


THIS IS A PATTERN ONLY, not a finished item. You may sell items made from this pattern but please do not claim my work as your own. If you sell your items, please give credit to The Blue Elephants and link back to my shop.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews

Looks like a great pattern!


Looks great Cant wait to start


Lovely result from easy to follow pattern 😊


The first 8 rows of the body were confusing. I thought I needed to only do one increase each row, and I had a hard time figuring it out. The 3rd row could have said (SC 1, increase in next stitch) repeat four times (12 stitches total). Also, at the end of the row, do I just head into the next row with no other stitch, like one continuous row. Maybe tell us to mark the beginning of each row with a row marker. I didn't know exactly where I'd need them in the pattern.


I found I needed to slightly adjust the pattern so the head and neck were in proportion. I recounted stitches in rounds MANY times in the head and neck before just undoing the neck and making slightly smaller in diameter. so not really sure what happened BUT I am so, so happy with how it turned out