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Grace the Koi Mermaid | Free Crochet Pattern

An amigurumi mermaid is such an elegant, beautiful character for your plushy collection, but a mermaid inspired by the koi fish makes for a crochet pattern that is as much fun to create as it is to behold.

Koi fish are a majestic species of ornamental fish. They are a type of colorful carp from India, but they started being bred for their beauty in Niigata, Japan, and so they have a strong presence in Japanese culture and art.

Some Koi can go for thousands of dollars when they are of a unique lineage or particularly beautiful color patterns.

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For me, koi represent elegance, uniqueness, and peace. No two koi have the same markings — they are all beautiful in a different way.

I tried to add some of that originality in the pattern for Grace the Koi Mermaid. There are many places within the pattern where you can customize her look to make her one of a kind!

But don’t worry! The exact pattern for her koi-patterned tail is included with all the color changes.

In fact, the Premium Pattern even has a full graph of the color changes, if you prefer to see them visually rather than in writing.

Construction

the Koi Mermaid pattern is very straightforward. If you have every made a top-down doll, she won’t give you much trouble.

Her tail and elbows both have short rounds to add some bend in them both.

Her tail bends in the middle so that she can sit on a shelf or she can sit with her tail bent up and have a little more character than your average flat mermaid.

While Grace’s eyes are safety eyes, they have a lot of embroidery detail which is added to the head before they are installed to give it a more human feel. There is a photo tutorial of the eye embroidery (as well as creepy pictures of eyes without eye balls) in the Premium Pattern.

The best thing about the Premium Pattern is the graph for the tail color changes. (There is a picture of it in the listing.) In words, it is very hard to see how the colors block out on the tail, but the graph is a tapestry crochet graph (with some changes to make it work in the round). It makes the process easier to track and easier to follow.

I am so excited that I found a way to offer a color graph for you. I think you will find it very helpful and fun to follow.

This pattern is also available as a Premium Pattern! Premium Patterns are ad-free, printable .pdf files, professionally formatted and edited, often with extra tutorial photos not available in the free version.

Premium Patterns are available in the Hooked by Kati Shop, Ravelry, and Etsy.

Grace the Koi Mermaid

All patterns are written in English, in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.

Advanced. Knowledge needed of chains (ch), slip stitch (sl st), single crochet (sc), half double crochet (hdc), double crochet (dc), back loops only (BLO) front loops only (FLO), increases and decreases. Knowledge of amigurumi part attachment is recommended. Pattern uses short rounds for shaping and tapestry crochet for colorwork.

Supplies

  • Red Heart Super Saver yarn, 100% acrylic, worsted weight, 364 yds/7 oz/198 g, Warm Brown (BRN), 1 ball; Soft White (SFT), 1 ball; Coral (COR), 1 ball; Black (BLK), < 1 ball; Light Grey (GRY), < 1 ball; White (WHT), < 1 ball; Hunter Green (HUNT), < 1 ball; Pale Plum (PLUM), < 1 ball.
  • G (4.00 mm) Furls Odyssey hook
  • Two 15mm colored round-pupil safety eyes
  • Polyfil stuffing
  • Tapestry needle
  • Stitch markers
  • Straight pins

Measurements

12” tall, seated, 13” tail and fins

Gauge

8 sts x 8 rows in sc = 2” x 2”

Pattern Notes

  • Work in continuous rounds. Do not slip stitch unless otherwise specified by the pattern.
  • For best results, assemble parts in order as directed.
  • Weave in attachment ends at very end of project in case piece require repositioning.
  • Marker places in Rnd 33 of body marks to center front of body and is used to correctly position eyes/nose.
  • After Rnd 8 on the left arm only, 2 sc to move the starting st. Do not count these sts. They are only used to reposition the short rounds so the elbow bends inward.
  • Rounds labeled “Short round” are worked back and forth and will end before the round is complete, leaving stitches deliberately unworked to be worked in later rounds as instructed.
  • On tail, colors are labeled in () before number of sts in that color.
  • Decreases on tail are staggered to keep the tail round. Place decreases as directed.

Pattern Stitches

  • Sc3tog – Single crochet 3 together [Insert hook through next st, pull up a loop] 3 times, yo, pull through all 4 loops on the hook.
  • Sc join – Single crochet join: Slip knot in yarn, loop slip knot over hook, insert hook through stitch, yarn over, pull through, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook.
  • Fringe threading: Fold strand of yarn in half, insert hook into desired st in work, wrap loop of yarn over hook, pull through st, wrap both strands over hook, pull through loop on hook, pull tight.

Instructions

Head and Torso

With BRN, ch 2.

Rnd 1: 6 sc in second ch from hook. (6)

Rnd 2: Inc in each st around. (12)

Rnd 3: [Sc, inc] 6 times. (18)

Rnd 4: [2 sc, inc] 6 times. (24)

Rnd 5: [3 sc, inc] 6 times. (30)

Rnd 6: [4 sc, inc] 6 times. (36)

Rnd 7: [5 sc, inc] 6 times. (42)

Rnds 8-17: Sc evenly around.

Rnd 18: [5 sc, dec] 6 times. (36)

Rnd 19: [4 sc, dec] 6 times. (30)

Rnd 20: [3 sc, dec] 6 times. (24)

Rnd 21: [2 sc, dec] 6 times. (18)

Rnd 22: [4 sc, dec] 3 times. (15)

Rnd 23: Sc evenly around.

Rnd 24: [4 sc, inc] 3 times. (18)

Rnd 25: [2 sc, inc] 6 times. (24)

Rnd 26: [2 sc, inc] 8 times. (32)

Rnd 27: [3 sc, inc] 8 times. (40)

Rnd 28: [4 sc, inc] 8 times. (48)

Rnd 29: [7 sc, inc] 6 times. (54)

Rnds 30-32: Sc evenly around.

Rnd 33: Skip 12, sc, inc 6 times, sc, place marker (see Pattern Notes), inc 6 times, sc, skip 12, 15 sc. Leave skipped sts unworked for future use. (42)

Do not break yarn. Complete eyes, nose, and neck reinforcement before continuing Body.

Marked st is center front of body. Using marked st as reference to center, work eyes and nose as instructed.

Eyes

With pins, mark two sts between Rnds 12 and 13, 6 sts apart.

With different color pins, count 2 sts to the right of the first pin, mark. Count 2 sts to the left of first pin, mark. Mark sts directly above and below first pin. Repeat around other pin.

With long strand of WHT, using these four pins as a guide to sew a diamond around each center pin. Repeat so that diamonds are 2 strands thick.

Thread needle up through inside corner of either eye. Thread needle under all 4 strands coming from that st and wrap the yarn around them once. Thread needle back through same st. This creates the inside corner of the eye. Repeat on other eye.

This section is done in a photo tutorial in the Premium Pattern.

Eyelashes

With strand of BLK, sew line from outside corner of eye to top point of WHT diamond, and from top point to st behind/under the inside corner of the eye.

Thread yarn back to outside corner of eye and sew 3 lines two sts long from the sts under the first black line to create eyelashes. Repeat on other eye.

Insert safety eyes through the marked center points of the diamonds. Attach washers.

Nose

Count down 2 rnds from bottom edge of eyes. Sew horizonal line 3 sts long, centered between the eyes. Repeat sewing over this line 6-8 times until the nose looks right to you.

Stuff head firmly.

Neck Reinforcement

With BRN, ch 2.

Rnd 1: 10 sc in second ch from hook. (10)

Rnd 2: [sc, inc] 5 times. (15)

Rnds 3-8: Sc evenly around.

Rnd 9: [Sc, dec] 5 times. (10)

Stuff very firmly.

Insert into neck, to add strength. Sew in place if desired. If neck reinforcement pushes into head, remove and stuff head more firmly before adding neck reinforcement.

Body (cont.)

Pick up yarn from Rnd 33 and continue working on body.

Rnds 34-36: Sc evenly around. (42)

Rnd 37: 2 sc, sc3tog (see Pattern Stitches) 9 times, 13 sc. (24)

Rnds 38-39: Sc evenly around.

Rnd 40: [Inc, 11 sc] twice. (26)

Rnd 41: Sc evenly around.

Rnd 42: [Inc, 12 sc] twice. (28)

Rnd 43: Sc evenly around.

Rnd 44: [Inc, 13 sc] twice. (30)

Rnds 45-46: Sc evenly around.

Rnd 47: Change to SFT, sc evenly around.

Bind off leaving long tail for sewing.

Stuff. Make sure to add extra stuffing to breasts to keep them round.

Breast Sculpting

With strand of BRN, thread yarn straight through body at Rnd 33 from the back and out at marked st of same rnd (between breasts). Sew one vertical st, sew another vertical st directly below the first in Rnd 38 (decrease rnd).

Thread yarn back out the back of the body through the starting point. Pull ends until chest puckers in at both front sts. Knot ends together. Hide the knot by threading the tails back through the same hole as the knot and out the bottom of the piece. Cut off excess tails.

Arms

Rnd 1: With BRN, sc join (see Pattern Stitches) on 1st skipped st of either arm opening of Rnd 33 of the body, 11 sc. (12)

Rnds 2-8: Sc evenly around, after Rnd 8, (left arm only: 2 sc to move starting st), turn. (see Pattern Notes) (12)

Stuff upper arm.

Rnd 9: (WS) (Short Rnd) (see Pattern Notes) 6 sc, leave remaining 6 sts unworked, turn. (6)

Rnd 10: (RS) (Short Rnd) 5 sc, leave remaining st unworked, turn. (5)

Rnd 11: (WS) (Short Rnd) 4 sc, leave remaining st unworked, turn. (4)

Rnd 12: (RS) (Short Rnd) 3 sc, leave remaining st unworked, turn. (3)

Rnd 13: (WS) (Short Rnd) 2 sc, leave remaining st unworked, turn. (2)

Rnd 14: (RS) (Short Rnd) 2 sc. (2)

Rnd 15: (RS) Work around including unworked sts from previous rnds, 3 sc, 2 dec, 5 sc. (10)

Rnds 16-23: Sc evenly around.

Stuff.

Rnd 24: [3 sc, dec] twice. (8)

Rnd 25: Inc in each st around. (16)

Rnd 26 (left arm only): Sc evenly around.

Rnd 26: (right arm only): 14 sc, leave remaining 2 sts unworked to move starting st. (14)

Rnd 27: (Thumb) Skip 12, 4 sc, leave skipped sts unworked for future use. (4)

Rnds 28-29: Sc evenly around. (4)

Cut yarn. Thread needle through front loops of remaining 4 sts. Pull tightly to close. Weave in this end.

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Hand

Rnd 28: Sc join in 1st skipped st from Rnd 27, 11 sc. (12)

Rnds 29-30: Sc evenly around.

Stuff hand and wrist.

Rnd 31: Dec 6 times. (6)

Cut yarn. Thread needle through front loops of remaining 6 sts. Pull tightly to close. Weave in this end.

Repeat on other arm hole.

Using the starting tails from the sc joins, close the gaps between parts with an ‘X.’

Tail

(Written color changes provided. Graph is included in Premium Pattern.

With SFT, ch 2.

Rnd 1: 6 sc in second ch from hook. (6)

Rnd 2: (SFT) 3 inc, (COR) 3 inc. (see Pattern Notes) (12)

Rnd 3: (SFT) [Sc, inc] 3 times, sc, (COR) inc, [sc, inc] twice. (18)

Rnd 4: (SFT) [2 sc, inc] 3 times, 2 sc, (COR) inc, [2 sc, inc] twice. (24)

Rnd 5: (SFT) [3 sc, inc] 4 times, (COR) [3 sc, inc] twice. (30)

Rnd 6: (COR) Sc, (SFT) 3 sc, inc, [4 sc, inc] 3 times, 2 sc, (COR) 2 sc, inc, 4 sc, inc. (36)

Rnd 7: (COR) Sc, (SFT) 26 sc, (COR) 9 sc.

Rnd 8: (COR) 2 sc, (SFT) 27 sc, (COR) 7 sc.

Rnd 9: (COR) 4 sc, (SFT) 32 sc.

Rnd 10: (COR) 6 sc, (SFT) 30 sc.

Rnd 11: (COR) 7 sc, (SFT) 28 sc, (COR) sc.

Rnd 12: (COR) 8 sc, (SFT) 27 sc, (COR) sc.

Rnd 13: (COR) 8 sc, (SFT) 26 sc, (COR) 2 sc.

Rnd 14: (COR) 8 sc, (SFT) 27 sc, (COR) sc.

Rnd 15: (COR) 7 sc, (SFT) 29 sc.

Rnd 16: Repeat Rnd 15.

Rnd 17: (BLK) 4 sc, (COR) 4 sc, (SFT) 8 sc, dec (see Pattern Notes), 8 sc, (BLK) 2 sc, (SFT) 6 sc, dec. (34)

Rnd 18: (BLK) 6 sc, (COR) 2 sc, (SFT) 13 sc, (COR) 2 sc, (BLK) 5 sc, (SFT) 6 sc.

Rnd 19: (BLK) 7 sc, dec, 2 sc, (SFT) 8 sc, (COR) 5 sc, (BLK) dec, 2 sc, (SFT) 6 sc. (32)

Rnd 20: (SFT) 3 sc, (BLK) 6 sc, (SFT) 7 sc, (COR) 7 sc, (BLK) 3 sc, (SFT) 6 sc.

Rnd 21: (SFT) 2 sc, (BLK) 6 sc, (SFT) 6 sc, (COR) dec, 9 sc, (SFT) 5 sc, dec. (30)

Rnd 22: (SFT) 2 sc, (BLK) 3 sc, (SFT) 9 sc, (COR) 10 sc, (SFT) 6 sc.

Rnd 23: (SFT) 6 sc, dec, 4 sc, (COR) 4 sc, (BLK) 2 sc, (COR) 3 sc, dec, 3 sc, (SFT) 4 sc. (28)

Rnd 24: (SFT) 11 sc, (COR) 4 sc, (BLK) 2 sc, (COR) 8 sc, (SFT) 3 sc.

Rnd 25: (SFT) 10 sc, (COR) 2 sc, dec, 10 sc, (SFT) 2 sc, dec. (26)

Rnd 26: (SFT) 11 sc, (COR) 12 sc, (SFT) 3 sc.

Rnd 27: (SFT) 5 sc, dec, 6 sc, (COR) 3 sc, (BLK) 2 sc, dec, (COR) 3 sc, (SFT) 3 sc. (24)

Stuff.

Rnd 28: (SFT) 12 sc, (COR) 3 sc, (BLK) 4 sc, (COR) 5 sc, turn.

Rnd 29: (WS) (Short Rnd) (COR) Do not chain, 12 sc, leave remaining 12 sc unworked, turn. (12)

Rnd 30: (RS) (Short Rnd) (COR) Do not chain, 11 sc, leave remaining st unworked, turn. (11)

Rnd 31: (WS) (Short Rnd) (COR) Do not chain, 10 sc, leave remaining st unworked, turn. (10)

Rnd 32: (RS) (Short Rnd) (COR) Do not chain, 9 sc, leave remaining st unworked, turn. (9)

Rnd 33: (WS) (Short Rnd) (COR) Do not chain, 8 sc, leave remaining st unworked, turn. (8)

Rnd 34: (RS) (Short Rnd) (COR) Do not chain, 8 sc. (8)

Rnd 35: (RS) Work around including unworked sts from previous rnds, (COR) 2 sc, (SFT) 16 sc, (COR) 6 sc. (24)

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Rnd 36: (SFT) 20 sc, (COR) 4 sc.

Rnd 37: (SFT) [10 sc, dec] twice. (22)

Rnd 38: (SFT) 13 sc, (COR) 5 sc, (SFT) 4 sc.

Rnd 39: (SFT) 12 sc, (COR) 2 sc, (BLK) 2 sc, (COR) 2 sc, (SFT) 4 sc.

Rnd 40: (SFT) 4 sc, dec, 5 sc, (COR) 2 sc, (BLK) 2 sc, dec, (COR) 3 sc, (SFT) 2 sc. (20)

Stuff.

Rnd 41: (SFT) 6 sc, (BLK) 2 sc, (COR) 5 sc, (BLK) 2 sc, (COR) 2 sc, (SFT) 3 sc.

Rnd 42: (SFT) 5 sc, (BLK) 3 sc, (COR) 10 sc, (SFT) 3 sc.

Rnd 43: (SFT) 4 sc, (BLK) 4 sc, dec, (COR) 6 sc, (SFT) 2 sc, dec. (18)

Rnd 44: (SFT) 5 sc, (BLK) 5 sc, (COR) 3 sc, (SFT) 5 sc.

Rnd 45: (SFT) 8 sc, (BLK) 3 sc, (SFT) 7 sc.

Rnd 46: (SFT) [Sc, dec] 6 times. (12)

Finish stuffing.

Rnd 47: (SFT) Sc evenly around.

Rnd 48: (SFT) Dec 6 times. (6)

Cut yarn. Thread needle through front loops of remaining 6 sts. Pull tightly to close. Weave in ends.

Tail Fins

(Make 2, one GRY, one COR)

With SFT, ch 13.

Work in BLO throughout this section.

Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook, 10 sc, inc, turn. (13)

Row 2: (Short Row) Change to GRY, ch 1, inc, 8 sc, leave remaining 4 sts unworked, turn. (10)

Row 3: Change to SFT, do not chain, 9 sc, inc, turn. (11)

Row 4: Change to GRY, ch 1, working across including skipped sts from Row 2, inc, 14 sc, turn. (16)

Row 5: Change to SFT, ch 1, 16 sc, turn. (16)

Row 6: (Short Row) Change to GRY, ch 1, 12 sc, leave remaining 4 sts unworked, turn. (12)

Row 7: Change to SFT, do not chain, 12 sc, turn. (12)

Row 8: Change to GRY, ch 1, working across including skipped sts from Row 6, 16 sc, turn. (16)

Row 9: Change to SFT, ch 1, 16 sc, turn. (16)

Row 10: (Short Row) Change to GRY, ch 1, dec, 10 sc, leave remaining 4 sts unworked, turn. (11)

Row 11: Change to SFT, do not chain, 9 sc, dec, turn. (10)

Row 12: Change to GRY, ch 1, working across including skipped sts from Row 10, dec, 12 sc, turn. (13)

Row 13: Change to SFT, ch 1, 11 sc, dec. (12)

Bind off and weave in ends.

Repeat, replacing all GRY yarn with COR.

Left Ventral Fin

Work in BLO throughout this section.

With SFT, ch 6.

Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook, 3 sc, inc, turn. (6)

Row 2: (Short Row) Change to GRY, inc, 2 sc, leave remaining 3 sts unworked, turn. (4)

Row 3: Change to SFT, do not chain, 3 sc, inc, turn. (5)

Row 4: Change to GRY, working across including skipped sts from Row 2, 8 sc, turn. (8)

Row 5: Change to SFT, 7 sc, inc, turn. (9)

Row 6: (Short Row) Change to GRY, 6 sc, leave remaining 3 sts unworked, turn. (6)

Row 7: Change to SFT, do not chain, 4 sc, inc, turn. (7)

Row 8: Change to GRY, working across including skipped sts from Row 6, inc, 9 sc, turn. (11)

Row 9: Change to SFT, inc, 10 sc. (12)

Bind off and weave in ends.

Right Ventral Fin

Work in BLO throughout this section.

 With SFT, ch 13.

Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook, 9 sc, dec, turn. (11)

Row 2: (Short Row) Change to GRY, ch 1, dec, 6 sc, leave remaining 3 sts unworked, turn. (7)

Row 3: Change to SFT, do not chain, 5 sc, dec, turn. (6)

Row 4: Change to GRY, ch 1, working across including skipped sts from Row 2, 9 sc, turn. (9)

Row 5: Change to SFT, ch 1, 7 sc, dec, turn. (8)

Row 6: (Short Row) Change to GRY, ch 1, dec, 3 sc, leave remaining 3 sts unworked, turn. (4)

Row 7: Change to SFT, do not chain, 2 sc, dec, turn. (3)

Row 8: Change to GRY, ch 1, working across including skipped sts from Row 6, dec, 4 sc, turn. (5)

Row 9: Change to SFT, ch 1, 5 sc. (5)

Bind off and weave in ends.

Fin Attachment

On either side of tail, in line with the edges of the first short round, use pins to mark straight lines from Rnd 27 to Rnd 30.

Position Ventral Fins on either side of the tail with white ridges facing up. Thread a strand of SFT on the needle. Sewing through the ends of only the white rows, using pins as a guide, sew Ventral Fins to side of tail.

Weave in ends.

At the end of the tail, mark two lines, 4 sts long, one on top of the other, parallel to the short rnds, overlapping by 2 sts in the middle.

Position Tail Fins with white ridges facing up. Thread a strand of SFT on the needle. Sewing through the ends of only the white rows, using pins as a guide, sew Tail Fins to bottom of tail.

Weave in ends.

Lily Pads

(Make 2)

With GRN, ch 2.

Rnd 1: 6 sc in second ch from hook. (6)

Rnd 2: Inc in each st around, turn. (12)

Rnd 3: (WS) Ch 1, [Sc, inc] 5 times, 2 sc, turn. (17)

Rnd 4: (RS) Ch 1, [2 sc, inc] 5 times, 2 sc, turn. (22)

Rnd 5: (WS) Do not chain, sl st, 20 sc, sl st, turn. (20 sc, 2 sl st)

Bind off leaving long tail for sewing.

Using strand of GRN, sew straight lines from  center out like spokes to every third st of Rnd 5.

Position on breast with crack of lily pad pointing up and at an angle toward the middle. Pin in place. Sew around outside of lily pad to attach.

Repeat on other breast.

Lily Flower

With PLUM, ch 13.

Row 1: Sc in second ch from hook, ch 6, working down ch, sc in second ch from hook, sc, 2 hdc, sc, [sc in next ch of starting ch, ch 6, working down ch, sc in second ch from hook, sc, 2 hdc, sc]  11 times, sl st in base of last sc. (12 petals)

Bind off leaving long tail for sewing.

Lay petals out flat, curling upward.

With tails on the bottom, form into a spiral with the petals facing out and the starting chain in the center. Stagger the petals so they all show. Pin in place.

Thread needle with strand of YEL. Thread YEL through front center of flower, catching each layer of flower. Sew up through a different st in the center of flower. Cut yarn and tie ends together.

Repeat with second strand of YEL.

Cut YEL tails so they become the stamen (pollen stem) of the flower.

Sew to edge of either Lily Pad on the chest.

Note: A second Lily Flower also makes a great hair accessory!

Hair Cap

With SFT, ch 2.

Rnd 1: 6 sc in second ch from hook. (6)

Rnd 2: Inc in each st around. (12)

Rnd 3: [Sc, inc] 6 times. (18)

Rnd 4: [2 sc, inc] 6 times. (24)

Rnd 5: [3 sc, inc] 6 times. (30)

Rnd 6: [4 sc, inc] 6 times. (36)

Rnd 7: [5 sc, inc] 6 times. (42)

Rnds 8-11: Sc evenly around.

Bind off leaving long tail for sewing.

Cut 30-40 16-inch strands of SFT and COR. Cut 18-10 strands of BLK.

With SFT, using the fringe threading method (see Pattern Stitches) thread each strand onto the wig cap, in FLO, half way around the last rnd of the cap. Thread across the center line of the cap in a wavy line for the part.

Be sure to only thread strands in the front loops around the edge of the wig cap.

Thread along Rnd 4 with SFT between the part and the edge of the cap to increase hair volume.

Repeat around other edge of cap using COR, threading along the part line next to the SFT line. Thread along Rnd 4 with COR between the part and the edge of the cap to increase hair volume.

Choose a side of the wig cap to be the front, part in the middle. Remove strands of COR in a few places and thread with BLK, creating a few two-strand streaks of black on the COR side of the hair.

With your fingers, start at the “root” of the hair, split each strand of yarn, unraveling and untwisting it into two smaller, wavy strands. Unravel every strand of hair.

Be careful NOT to unravel the sewing tail on the edge of the cap.

Comb hair with fingers and trim to desired length.

Position wig cap on head as desired, with hair line 1-2 sts above eyelashes. Pin in place generously.

Turn upside down so the hair is not in the way. Working through the exposed back loops of the wig cap, use the tail to sew the wig cap to the head.

Style hair as desired.

Weave in all attachment ends when parts are positioned as desired.

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