I’ve made dozens of soft frisbees over the years. They are always a hit at our charity fundraisers or prizes at a game day for the kids. My DW and friends produce a week-long camping festival every year and we devised a game of Soft Frisbee Goddess Golf using hula hoop rings and soft frisbees. But the event was canceled. I will probably donate these again and start a new batch. One friend of mine, who is a sporty type, had always failed at Frisbee throwing, but she loves these and can fling them quite far!
Small dogs love them too. A friend’s corgi, who is fading due to old age, still drags out his favorite toy, a soft frisbee. They are great for kids and indoors too, though a good fling might knock a vase or lamp over.
I use double acrylic yarn and an H hook with single crochet. I try to crochet very tightly so they have some heft. Any round flat hot pad type crochet pattern would work, though I stagger the increases so they don’t have obvious sections. At the edge I do two rounds with no increase, then decrease in the next two rounds. Since I often use yarns of slightly different weights to get the colors I need, there are always adjustments made along the way to keep things flat. But either blocking them or simply sitting on them for a while usually flattens them right out.
Found the original tut. https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=412132.0#axzz2VfBgMRc6