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Beary Bears

One bear, two bears, three bears, four! Weeee~ How many can you make?! I’ve been pretty busy with guests around the house, so I haven’t been able to update as much as I have wanted. It’s alright. It keeps me sane. Doing things like this that reminds me that I’m not a robot and that I am still an individual in this big, big, world! I find myself getting too bored if I do the same thing too much. As I was making these bears, I made them both into two different sizes. The smaller size is the brown bear, where as the slightly bigger one is the panda. It took a couple of days for me to finish these, as I was having trouble trying to keep track of where the rounds were decreased, and increased. I forgot to write them down as I was making it. I think both of them are cute either or!

Life has been busy. I’ve been trying to find more and more things to create, but it’s just taking a while! So I decided, I will post a new pattern every Friday. To keep myself from being too bored, or over whelmed with having to make a new pattern every week, I will keep busy with other arts and crafts. I’ve been trying to finish blogging about my past vacation to Japan as well. There’s just so much to write about, and so many photos. We did so much within the 2-3 weeks that we were there. We also visited so many places! So bare with me as I slowly journal my time there. I hope you won’t be too annoyed with my posting them as much as I could.

I’ve been tying to manage my time as best as I can. By the time I finish work I’m busy cooking, and then have little time to slowly create new projects as the week draws by. It’s not long until I get tired from being at work all day and then getting ready to go sleep already. Over the weekend, those times are better for me. I am planning to making some more cute patterns, so if you follow me, I will keep you updated!

There may be mistakes on the pattern, and if you find any, please let me know by commenting below so I can correct it. I usually write the pattern down as I make them, however, I may have forgot some terms or rows along the way.

You can purchase the beary bears in my shop!

Beary Bears

This pattern is worked in rounds, do not join rounds.

Materials

2.0mm Crochet Hook
8ply Yarn – 4Seasons Acrylic Yarn
7.5mm safety eyes – brown
Tapestry/Yarn Needle
Embroidery yarn
Cream & pink felt
Scissors
Hot glue/ hot glue gun
Ribbon
Bell

Size

About 10cm tall, not counting the ears

Terms

MC – Magic circle
SC – Single crochet
Inc – Increase – 2 single crochets in 1 stitch
Dec – Decrease – skip a stitch
HDC – Half double crochet
Slip stitch – Pull the yarn through the chain stitch and the stitch on your hook.
FO – Fasten (finish) off by securing the stitch, drawing yarn through the stitch.

Head 

Row 1 – Magic circle with 7  stitches – (7)
Row 2 – Inc all around (14)
Row 3 – Inc, sc – around (21)
Row 4 – Inc, 2 sc – around (28)
Row 5 – Inc, 3 sc – around (35)
Row 6 – Inc, 4 sc – around (42)
Row 7 – Inc,  5 sc – around (49)
Rows 8-17: SC all around (49)
Row 18: Inc, 6sc – around (56)

Eyes insert here with 10 spaces between – 12 mm safety eyes

Row 19: 6hdc, 16sc, 12hdc, 16sc, 6hdc (56)
Row 20: 6hdc, 16sc, 12hdc, 16sc, 6hdc (56)
Row 21: 3hdc, dec, 4sc, dec, 6sc, dec, 4sc, dec, 6hdc, dec, 4sc, dec, 6sc, dec, 4sc, dec, 3hdc (48)
Row 22: 2hdc, decx2, 13sc, decx2, 3hdc, decx2, 13sc, decx2, 1hdc (40)
Row 23: SC around (40)
Row 24: hdc, decx2, 10sc, decx2, 2hdc, decx2, 10sc, decx2, hdc (32)
Row 25: 3sc, decx6, 3sc, decx7 (19)
Row 26: 3sc, dec – around x3, sc, dec (14)

Begin stuffing the head here.

Row 27: 2sc, dec – around x3, sc, dec (10)
Firmly stuff the head

Row 27: Sc, dec – around x3, dec (7)

FO and leave tail for sewing onto body.


Nose

Row 1 – Magic circle with 6 stitches (6)
Row 2 – Inc around (12)
Row 3 – Inc, SC – around (18)
Row 4 – Inc, 2 SC – around (24)
Row 5-6 – SC all around (24)
Slip stitch and FO, leave tail for sewing onto head.

When you sew the nose onto the head, make sure to lightly stuff the nose. Do not over stuff.

Ears – Make 2

Row 1 –  Magic circle with 7 stitches (7)
Row 2 – Inc around (14)
Row 3 – Inc, SC – around (21)
Row 4 –  Inc, 2 SC – around (28)
Row 5 – Inc, 3 SC – around (35)
Row 6 – SC all around (35)
FO, pinch in half, leave tail for sewing onto head.

When you sew the ears onto the head, make sure to light stuff the ears. Do not over stuff. You can also chose to not stuff the ears if you want. You want them to kind of look like fortune cookies! Yum~

Body 

Row 1 –  Magic circle with 7 stitches (7)
Row 2 – Inc around (14)
Row 3 – Inc, SC – around (21)
Row 4 –  Inc, 2 SC – around (28)
Row 5 – Inc, 3 SC – around (35)
Row 6 – Inc, 4 SC – around (42)

For the smaller body, keep the stitches at 42.
Rows 7-15 – SC all around (42)

For the bigger body, keep the stitches at 49.
Row 6 – Inc, 5 SC – around (49)
Rows 7-15 – SC all around (49)
Row 16 – Dec, 5 SC – around (42)

For the small body, follow below. For the big body, after row 16, follow below.
Row 16 – Dec, 4 SC – around (35)
Row 17 –
Dec, 3 SC – around (28)

Stuff body firmly.
Row 18 –
Dec, 2 SC – around (21)
Row 19 –
Dec, SC – around (14)
FO, leave tail for sewing onto head.

Tail

Row 1 – Magic circle with 6 stitches (6)
Row 2 – Inc all around (12)
Row 3 – Inc, SC – around (18)
Rows 4-5 – SC all around (18)
Row 6 – Dec, SC – around (12)
FO, leave tail for sewing onto body. Stuff firmly.

Legs – Make 2

Row 1 – Magic circle with 6 stitches (6)
Row 2 – Inc all around (12)
Row 3 – Inc, SC – around (18)

Row 4 – working on the back stitches – Hdc x3, 12 SC, hdc x3 (18)
Row 5 – Dec x2, 10 SC, dec x2 (14)
Row 6 – Dec, 10 SC, dec (12)

Stuff the leg firmly. Do not over stuff.

Row 7 – Dec, 8 SC, dec (10)
Rows 8-10 – SC all around (10)
FO, leave tail for sewing onto body.

Arms – Make 2

Row 1 – Magic circle with 6 stitches (6)
Row 2 – Inc all around (12)
Rows 3-5 – SC all around (12)

Stuff firmly, do not over stuff.

Row 6 – Dec, sc – around (8)
Rows 7-8 – SC all around (8)
FO, leave tail for sewing onto body.

I kind of wished I was more careful about the two color switches, my next one, I shall make sure it’s more flawless!

Assembling

Before attaching the nose onto the head, take a dark colored embroidery thread, into the shape of a T. Then attach the nose onto the head, make sure to only lightly stuff the nose. The placement of the nose should be right between the eyes, more towards the bottom.

The Ears are assembled more to the sides towards the back of the head. The felt around the eyes I assumed them as I attached the eyes into the head. I also glued the felt down a little before closing the gap and putting the safety backs into the eyes.

The blushing cheeks were glued on under the eyes, or right next to the eyes. Feel free to sew the felt pieces in place.

As you assemble the head and body together make sure to attach the arms right under the neckline.

I glued the paw pieces onto the feet before I sewed the feet onto the body.

Put the tail into the back and you’re done!

Decorate with accessories as much as you want! Extra cuteness!

Much love, xo.


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All photos taken with Fujifilm X100T, January 2017.

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