June 11, 2016

Amigurumi Teddy bear pattern

Hello lovelies! I love making amigurumi dolls but i don't have enough patience to make larger ones so i always end up making little amigurumi projects. I guess there are people out there who, like me, would wish to make tiny amigurumi dolls that don't consume lots of time. Then this is a perfect project for you to try. These tiny bears measures only around 2.5 inches. Do go ahead and check out the pattern below to make these little teddy bears:)





Materials needed:
Acrylic yarn in colors of your choice
Crochet Hook according to the size of your yarn
Little felt for belly and mouth
Tapestry needle
Black beads or safety eyes
Black embroidery thread

This project is worked in continuous rounds unless stated otherwise
sc -single crochet
st- stitch
dec- one single crochet decrease
sl st - slip stitch

Head:
R1: 6 sc in magic ring (6)
R2: 2sc in each st (12)
R3:  *sc in next st, 2sc in next st* rep **(18)
R4: *sc in next 2 st, 2sc in next st*, rep ** (24)

R5-7: sc in each stitch (24)
R8: *sc in next 2 st, dec 1 in next st*, rep **(18)
R9: *sc in next st, dec 1 in next st*, rep** (12)
R10: *sc in next 2 st, dec 1 in next st*, rep ** (9)
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

Leg: (Make 2)
R1: 4sc in magic ring (4)
R2:  2 sc in each stitch (8)
R3-5: sc in each stitch (8)
fasten off  the yarn in first leg but do not cut off the yarn in the second leg.
Stuff both legs.


body:
Hold both legs together and sl st the second leg to the other one, 
R1: sc around (16)
R2: sc around (16)
R3: *sc in next 2 st, dec 1 in next st*, rep ** (12)
R4-5: sc in each stitch (12)
R6: *sc in next 2 st, dec 1 in next st*, rep ** (9)
Fasten off and sew in the edges.

Hands: (Make 2)
R1: 4sc in magic ring (4)
R2: *sc in next st, 2sc in next st*, rep ** (6)
R3-5: sc in each stitch (6)
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

Ears: (Make 2)
6sc in mc
Fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

Assembling: 
Sew the head to the body and attach both hands to the body using tapestry needle.
Sew in both ears to the head.
Cut a small oval shape felt and glue it to the body.
Cut 2 small half circle felt and glue it to the inner ears
Cut another small oval shape for snout and embroider the mouth and nose to your liking.
Sew in eyes closer to the snout using small black beads.

Note:
Alternatively, you can crochet small oval shapes for the body and snout instead of felt.
Your little teddy bear is done!





Attach a small thread or lanyard at the top of head and your teddy can be used as keychain or bag charm.
Hope you guys like the pattern. Have fun craftting!





13 comments:

  1. Oh these are so flipping cute, I got to make these xx

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  2. Your little bears are adorable. Thanks for sharing your pattern!

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  3. ADORABLE !!!! They are so cute !!!!!! Love them all !!!
    Have a great weekend !
    Anna

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  4. Oh o love your cute little bears! I will have to try and make one. Thanks for the pattern! :)

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  5. I just made one last night and LOVE the way he came out. I had to play around with some of the stitch counts (when made according to the pattern, the head comes out HUGE, so I omitted a few sets of increases). Very cute teddy bear! ����

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  6. I just made one last night and LOVE the way he came out. I had to play around with some of the stitch counts (when made according to the pattern, the head comes out HUGE, so I omitted a few sets of increases). Very cute teddy bear! ����

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  7. Hi what size are the saftey eyes that you have used in this pattern?

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  8. Hi! I wanted to let you know that, after signing up for a secret santa exchange for last christmas, I got it in my mind to make tiny Voltron dolls- and I used your pattern as a basis. I modified it of course- longer legs for the taller characters, widened everything and mixed in a dash of your Baymax shape for the bigger character, needle felted hair and improvised on clothes- but I'm really pleased with the whole set, and thought you might get a kick out of seeing them.

    I forgot to take a picture before sending them, but I could share the pictures the recipient shared after receiving them?

    http://rambamboozled.tumblr.com/post/155175243313/i-got-my-beautiful-amazing-secret-santa-gift-from

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    1. Hi Nora, thank you so much for taking your time to comment. I've seen the picture from the link you've sent and they were super adorable! glad to know my pattern helped a little to make those lovely dolls. Have a fantastic day!

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  9. Hi
    I love your bears. Can I make them to be sold at a market?
    Regards Pauline

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