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Amigurumi Valentines Bear Free Crochet Pattern

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Little bears

A simple description of cute little bears. You will need 30–40

grams of yarn of any color and a suitable hook; two

beads and yarn like “Iris” for eyebrows, nose, mouth and

claws (black or other suitable color). For

muzzles, palms and heels can take another, more

light color (in my bears it is white). Also need

filler – sintepon, sintepuh, comfort, cotton wool or something like that.

Head and body are one detail. Legs and handles are knitted one at a time and

then sewn to the body. The nose and mouth on the face are comfortable

embroider when it is not yet sewn to the head. Eyes and face

better to sew before you start to knit the body. Ears can

Sew on after the bear is ready.

Muzzle

The muzzle is an oval. Knit in a circle:

Tie a chain of 6 stitches (CH); in the second loop

knit 3 SC (SC) from the hook; further in

each loop one SC and the next loop again 3 SC. Flip to the other side to knit on

circle and knit one SC in each loop. Thus, in the first “circle” we got 12 SC.

2nd circle: in the next three loops, knit two SC; in the next three – one at a time; in the next three –

again in two; in the last three in this circle – one SC. Thus, in this circle we get 18 SC.

3rd circle: in the next 6 loops, alternating, knit 2 SC, 1 SC (three times); knit in the next three loops

one SC; in the next six loops, repeat alternating 2 SC, 1 SC (3 times); in the next three loops

knit one SC at a time. In the third round, it turned out 24 SC.

4th circle: in the next nine loops, knit 1 SC, 2 SC, 1 SC (repeat three times); in the next three loops

knit one SC; in the next nine loops, knit 1 SC, 2 SC, 1 SC (repeat three times); at three o’clok

knit the following loops one at a time. It turned out 30 SC.

5th circle: knit one SC – 30 SC one by one.

The muzzle is ready. Embroider a spout and a mouth on it with Iris threads.

Ears

Knit in a circle with the main yarn: make two air loops (CH) and in the second loop from the hook, knit 6

SC. Knit the second circle of 12 SC – by knitting 2 SC in each loop. Knit the third round of 18 SC

– In each second loop knitting 2 SC. In the 4th and 5th circles, knit one SC in each loop –

18 SC in a circle.

The eye is ready. Leave the tail to sew the ears to the head. Tie the second in the same way.

Head

Start knitting from the top, from the crown of the yarn of the main color.

Make 2 CH and knit into the second loop from hook 6 SC.

2nd circle: in each loop, knit two STB – 12 SC.

3rd circle: in each second loop, knit two SC (in the rest, one SC, respectively) – 18 SC.

4th circle: in every third loop, knit 2 SC (in the others, respectively, also one SC) – 24 SC.

5th circle: In each fourth loop, knit 2 SC – 30 SC.

6th circle: in each fifth loop, knit 2 SC – 36 SC.

7th circle: in each sixth loop, knit 2 SC – 42 SC.

8th circle: knit one SC in each loop – 42 SC.

9th circle: in every seventh loop, knit 2 SC – 48 SC.

From the 10th to the 12th circles, knit one SC in each loop – 48 SC.

13th circle: every seventh SC knit in two loops – 42 SC.

14th circle: in each loop, knit one SC – 42 SC.

15th circle: every sixth SC knit in two loops – 36 SC.

16th row: every fifth SC knit in two loops – 30 SC.

17th circle: every fourth SC knit in two loops – 24 SC.

18th circle: every third SC knit in two loops – 18 SC.

19th circle: every second SC knit in two loops – 12 SC.

The head is ready. Do not cut the thread – the body will begin to knit from the same place.

Sew the muzzle (it can be filled a little). Fill your head tightly and sew eyes (or beads, or

buttons). For the eye, it is better to make a small indentation, such as eye sockets – so the muzzle will be much livelier.

To make the look more cute – tie out the upper eyelids

Body

Continue to knit from the same place where you stopped knitting your head.

1st and 2nd circles: knit one SC in each loop – 12 SC.

3rd circle: in each second loop, knit 2 SC – 18 SC.

4th and 5th circles: knit one SC in each loop – 18 SC.

6th circle: in every third loop, knit 2 SC – 24 SC.

7th and 8th circles: knit one SC in each loop – 24 SC.

9th circle: In every fourth loop, knit 2 SC – 30 SC.

10th and 11th circles: knit one SC in each loop – 30 SC.

12th circle: In each fifth loop, knit 2 SC – 36 SC.

13th and 14th circles: knit one SC in each loop – 36 SC.

15th row: every fifth SC knit in two loops – 30 SC.

16th circle: every fourth SC knit in two loops – 24 SC.

17th circle: every third SC knit in two loops – 18 SC.

Fill the bear’s body tightly and knit the remaining two circles.

18th circle: every second SC knit in two loops – 12 SC.

19th circle: every first SC knit in two loops – 6 SC.

Legs

We begin to knit by analogy with the muzzle.

Tie a chain of 6 CH; in the second loop from the hook, knit 3 SC; further in to Each loop in one SC and

next loop again 3 SC. Flip to the other side to knit in a circle and knit one SC

in every loop. It turned out 12 SC.

2nd circle: in the next three loops, knit two SC; in the next three – one at a time; in the next three –

again in two; in the last three in this circle – one SC. It turned out 18 SC.

3rd circle: in the next 6 loops, alternating, knit 2 SC, 1 SC (three times); knit in the next three loops

one SC; in the next six loops, repeat alternating 2 SC, 1 SC (3 times); in the next three loops

knit one SC at a time. In the third round 24 SC.

4th circle: in the next nine loops, knit 1 SC, 2 SC, 1 SC (repeat three times); in the next three loops

knit one SC; in the next nine loops, knit 1 SC, 2 SC, 1 SC (repeat three times); at three o’clok

knit the following loops one at a time. It turned out 30 SC.

5th and 6th circles: knit one SC – 30 SC.

7th circle: six next SCs knit each in two loops; next three SC knit one in each

a loop; alternating, knit SC in two loops, SC in one loop (three times); knit the next three SC

one in each loop. In this circle, got 21 SC.

8th circle: The next three SC knit each in two loops; seven next SC knit one in each

a loop; knit one SC in two loops; the next six SCs knit one in each loop. It turned out 17

SC.

From the 9th to the 13th circles, knit one SC in each loop – 12 SC.

14 circle: knit each odd SC in two loops, even – in one; so that you get 11 SC.

15th and 16th circles: knit one SC in each loop – 11 SC.

Fill the leg with filler and finish knitting, knitting according to SC in two loops to the end.

The leg is ready. Tie the second one by analogy.

Pens

Make 2 CH and knit into the second loop from hook 6 SC.

2nd circle: in each loop, knit two SC – 12 SC.

3rd circle: in each second loop, knit two SC – 18 SC.

4th circle: knit one SC in each loop – 18 SC.

5th circle: every second SC knit in two loops – 12 SC.

From the 6th to the 9th circles, knit one SC in each loop – 12 SC.

10 circle: knit the first SC in two loops, in the rest – one SC – 11 SC.

11th circle: knit one SC in each loop – 11 SC.

12th circle: knit the first SC in two loops, the rest – one SC each – 10 SC.

13th circle: knit one SC in each loop – 10 SC.

Fill the handle with filler and finish knitting, knitting along the SC in two loops to the end.

The pen is ready. Tie the second one by analogy.

Your bear is ready. Sew the legs and arms to the body, and the ears to the head. You can sew the arms and legs with

hinges – then the bear will be able to stand and sit, and its arms and legs will move. Embroider eyebrows

and claws. Sew or tie a teddy bear outfit if you want. Or you can tie him a hat and a scarf. And that’s all –

can take pictures and show off 8)