Amigurumi Baby Bear Rattle Free Crochet Pattern


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by Julia Deinega

Materials:

Yarn: YarnArt Jeans (55% cotton, 45% acrylic, 160 m/50 g)

Hook size: 2.0 mm

3 mm safety eyes (We strongly recommend embroidering eyes instead of using plastic eyes)

Wood ring 6 cm/2.4 inch in diameter

Black embroidery floss

Little plastic container (Kinder Surprise egg) with small beads

Sewing needle and scissors

Fiberfill

Abbreviations:

R = row

mc = magic circle

ch = chain

sc = single crochet

dc = double crochet

st = stitch

sl st = slip stitch

inc = 2 sc in the next stitch

dec = single crochet 2 stitches together

F.o. = finish off

(12) = number of stitches you should have at the end of the round/row

(…) x6 = repeat whatever is between the brackets the number of times stated

Head

R 1: 6 sc in mc (6)

R 2: (inc) x6 (12)

R 3: (1 sc, inc) x6 (18)

R 4: (2 sc, inc) x6 (24)

R 5: (3 sc, inc) x6 (30)

R 6: (4 sc, inc) x6 (36)

R 7: (5 sc, inc) x6 (42)

R 8-14: 42 sc (7 rows)

R 15: (5 sc, dec) х6 (36)

R 16: (4 sc, dec) х6 (30)

R 17: (3 sc, dec) x6 (24)

Insert safety eyes between R 11 and R 12 of the head at the distance of 6-7 st from each other.

Put some beads inside the plastic container. Close the container and secure it with cloth sticking tape.

Insert the container inside the bear head and stuff the head with fiberfill.

R 18: (2 sc, dec) х6 (18)

R 19: (1 sc, dec) х6 (12)

R 20: (dec) х6 (6)

F.o. and leave a long tail for sewing.

Ears (make 2)

R 1: 6 sc in mc (6)

R 2: (inc) x6 (12)

R 3: (1 sc, inc) x6 (18)

Don’t stuff with fiberfill.

F.o. and leave a long tail for sewing.

Muzzle

R 1: 6 sc in mc (6)

R 2: (inc) x6 (12)

R 3: (1 sc, inc) x6 (18)

R 4: (2 sc, inc) x6 (24)

F.o. and leave a long tail for sewing.

Semi-ring

Make 24 ch.

R 1: From the 2nd ch from hook: 23 sc, turn

R 2-7: 1 ch, 23 sc, turn

R 8: 1 ch, 23 sc

Join edges of the semi-ring with sl st on the wood ring.

Collar

Make 20 ch.

R 1: From the 2nd ch from hook: 2 dc in every st to the end of row, turn

R 2: 1 ch, 2 sc in every st to the end of row, turn

R 3: 1 ch, 1 sc in every st to the end of row, turn

R 4: 1 ch, 1 sc in every st to the end of row.

Sew ears to the head.

Sew muzzle to the head. Put some stuffing inside the muzzle before you finish.

Embroider eye brows and nose with black floss or yarn.

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