Crochet Fox Head Tassel Keychain Pattern

Crochet Fox Tassel Keychain Pattern

Creating this Crochet Fox Tassel Keychain involves crocheting a soft, adorable fox head with eyes that are shut in a serene expression. Below its head dangles a fluffy tassel, enhancing its charm. The pattern we provide is straightforward, making it a fun and easy addition to your crochet collection. It’s not only a joy to crochet but also transforms into a stylish accessory or a thoughtful gift. This crochet keychain is an elegant and simple way to bring a touch of handmade beauty to everyday items.

Crochet Fox Tassel Keychain Pattern

Crochet Fox Tassel Keychain Pattern


  • Orange and white Yarn with a corresponding
  • crochet hook.
  • Stuffing
  • Tapestry needle
  • scissors


  • Sc – Single Crochet
  • Hdc – Half double Crochet
  • Inc – Increase
  • Dec – Decrease
  • slst – slip stitch

Let’s get started!

Ears x2 (Orange):

  • 1- Magic ring with 6sc (6);
  • 2- 6sc (6);
  • 3- (2sc, dec)x2 (8)
  • 4- (3sc, dec)x2 (10)

Close the opening across with sc.

Embroider the inner part of the ear with white thread and sew on the fox’s head.

Embroider nose and eyes with black thread, if possible thinner to make it more delicate.

Handle for key ring:

Make a chain foundation of the desired size (I made 30), and work back doing slst until the end. Fasten off and hide the ends.

Head (Orange):

Stuff as you go.

  • 1- Magic ring with 6sc (6);
  • 2- 6inc (12);
  • 3- (1sc, inc)x6 (18)
  • 4- 1sc, inc, (2sc, inc)x5, 1sc (24);
  • 5- (3sc, inc)x6 (30);
  • 6 e 7-30sc (30) (2 rounds);

Change to white:

  • 8-10sc, 6sc, 14sc (30);
  • 9- 11sc, 4sc, 15sc (30);
  • 10- 12sc, 2sc, 16sc (30);
  • 11- 30sc (30);
  • 12- (3sc, dec)x6 (24);
  • 13- 1sc, dec, (2sc, dec)x5, 1sc (18);
  • 14- (1sc, dec)x6 (12);
  • 15- 6dec (6);

Rounds 8,9 e 10 are worked with white and orange.

Change to orange on marked orange bold stiches.

Fasten off and close the hole with a tapestry needle. Hide the ends.


Use a base with the desired size for the tassel (for example I used a small diary), wrap the thread several times until it is very full, and cut only one side.

Fold the threads together in half and pass with white thread making a kind of clamp to hold everything in place.

Sew on the bottom of the fox’s head.

Designer; Amigugus On Instagram

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