Crochet bear amigurumi

93 Responses

  1. Mari says:

    R 14 : 2 sc, dec, 6 sc, dec, dec, 3 sc, dec, dec, 6 sc, dec, 2 sc. =(25)

    p.s.: Thanks for wonderfull paterns!

  2. Jazari López says:

    GRACIAS,HERMOSO,FELICITACIONES,SOY FELIZ CON TU PATRÓN,GRACIAS.

    • Martha elena reyes says:

      Hola. Disculpa como pegaste el cuerpo a la cabeza. La parte que no se cerró va pegada a la cabeza ? O al revés Gracias.

  3. Ana María cardenas says:

    Hola me encanta que compartan estos maravillosos muñecos gracias

  4. Pernille says:

    Wich material do i need?

  5. Molly Anderson says:

    Do you really leave the body finished with 30 stitches? It leaves such a large opening. How do you finish off and attach yo the head? Thanks

    • Vicki says:

      I would never leave it open with 30 stitches. I, myself, would decrease down to about 12 stitches. I really wish she had put a gauge or yarn and hook used

      • Amiguroom Toys says:

        Marie-Claude, you can crochet how you want. But the designer of this pattern leave 30 st for the head and 30 st for the body. Sorry, the designer didn’t say about hook size, yarn – YarnArt Jeans.

    • valerie says:

      bonjour, pour ne pas à avoir à coudre la tête, je commence mes amigurumis par le corps puis je prolonge la tête sur le même fils. en plus c’est plus solide qu’une couture car le corps et la tête sont d’un seul morceaux. je fais aussi les jambes et les bras avant comme ça, si je le peux, je les prends dans les tours du corps, du coup pas de couture et plus solide.

    • Sadonna M says:

      I just lined up the 30 stitches on the head with the 30 stitches on the body, stuffed and sewed together. Worked great

  6. Jenise says:

    What size hook and what kind of yarn is needed for this pattwrn

  7. PATRICIA GARCIA BARRON says:

    COMO PUEDE DESCARGARLO EN ESPAÑOL POR FAVOR

  8. Shruti says:

    Can you please provide tips about the distance between the ears and muzzle. Also, how do you sew it on?

  9. carina says:

    Hola..de Argentina… El cuerpo es más chico que la cabeza???le falta??

  10. Hola! Quisiera impril patrón en papel porque es incómodo usar el ordenador para seguir las indicaciones. Además yo llevo el tejido a distintos sitio donde vaya. Cómo puedo imprimirlo?

  11. Stefanie Olivier says:

    Thank you so much.
    My bear came out beautifully. I used very thick wool and my bear is is huge and cuddly.
    Awesome pattern.

  12. juliq says:

    Hola! No se puede traducir al español? Me encanta!

  13. Rebecca says:

    I used a steel hook size 4 and also used the Wal-Mart brand yarn and it turned out nice. I think you can use any yarn and hook size, of course which ever you use , the size will be different is all 😆

  14. Linda says:

    Can you pls tell me the row and distance for the eyes. Thank you

  15. Annie says:

    How do you make the nose?

  16. Peggy says:

    Love the easy pattern, but the head is way to big! Can I cut it down in size some how?

    • Vita says:

      Hi I did cut the head down and made the body bigger by a little. I could of fit the head over mine the first time. lol

  17. Brandee says:

    I’m wondering how big everyone’s finished Teddy’s measured out to be?

  18. Choy says:

    Hi, to make a bear, how many skein of yarnart jeans needed? Thanks

  19. Ana says:

    Qual o tamanho deste urso?

  20. Verg says:

    Where is the instructions to sew this bear together?!

    • Amiguroom Toys says:

      Verg, start to sew the muzzle on the line where is a head and a body is sewed. The designer doesn’t share with other instructions.

  21. Patricia says:

    Hi
    Where do I put the eyes on? Which row??

    • Amiguroom Toys says:

      Patricia, sorry! There is no information about the row and distance for the eyes.

  22. Deb says:

    I have made several of these bears. I use a G hook and they are about 15″ long, 11″ when sitting. I added 2 more rows to the muzzle. I place the eyes in between rows 19-20 with about 10 stitches between the eyes.

  23. Verónica Sepulveda says:

    Hola puede ser escrito en español están genial

  24. Lynne says:

    How do you see the nose please

  25. Hilda Marianela La Torre Mesias says:

    ¡Hermoso! ¡Gracias por compartir! ¿Qué debo hacer para imprimirlo?

  26. Ronnie Calem says:

    Has anyone made the head smaller and the body bigger. I followed the pattern but I feel like the head is a bit too big for the body (although I love the look). The muzzle comes to the bottom of the head so I am thinking of ripping one or two rows. Can I get some feedback from those of you who have made this beautiful bear. I just love this guy!
    Thanks in advance for you help

    • Agustina says:

      Siii…queda mas grande la cabeza…pero no te preocupes amiga…proporcionalmente está muy bien hecho…sigue así…y veras que es cierto

  27. Linnie says:

    I’m in the process of making the bear and the first time I made the head it was gigantic! So I had to take the head apart and start over. This time around it’s much smaller but I’m worried that it’ll be too small to fit the body (which I already completed). The way I got the head smaller was to use a smaller hook size. I’m using a 4.5mm hook instead of the 5.5mm hook that my yarn suggested. Just a tip for those that are seeing their projects being way too big.

  28. Agustina says:

    Yo lo he hecho 3 veces quedan real mente hermosos…el porte me ha variado segun el grosir de la lana y de la aguja de crichet que uso…en cuanto a los 30puntos que quedan del cuello cabeza y cuerpo…sin perfecto…van cosiendo punto por punto…gracias por regalarme el patrón…es hermoso…gracias

  29. Ivanilda Macedo says:

    Amei!!! Estou encantada!!!

  30. ABBA says:

    Les explications concernant la queue de l’ourson me paraissent incomplètes, est-ce que je me trompe ?
    Merci pour votre réponse

  31. Michelle says:

    The reason it says 30 stitches at the opening is cuz it’s supposed to if you can’t leave it open and whip stitch it to the fifth round of the bottom of the head don’t bother making the bear if you can’t sew on the muzzle then clearly you don’t know what whip stitch is and again don’t be making the bear if you think the heads too big and want to make it smaller it’s going to look stupid again don’t be making the bear essentially if you find any part of this confusing you’re really stupid and don’t be making the bear if you catch a good theme here you should be stupid people should not be making the bear my God your comments hurt me physically I hope that the next person to work on this project has more than 3brain cell capacity good luck out there obviously really stupid people wow

    • Sam says:

      Wow… what a charming lady you are. Perhaps if the correct information was provide people wouldn’t feel the need to ask. But if your response to a simple question is to call people stupid. Then I suggest you keep your patterns to your self, or learn how to provide a full pattern.

      • Michelle says:

        It’s not my pattern I just have enough intelligence to understand it unlike yourself.

      • Michelle says:

        It’s not my anything I have never posted anything online. I just have enough intelligence to understand it unlike yourself.

      • Stacy says:

        I completely agree! I have been searching for a good teddy pattern for a while now, and was very excited to start this one. However, after realizing there was critical BASIC information missing in the pattern such as hook size, yarn weight, assembly instructions…..I thought “Oh I’m sure this information must be answered in the comment section for sure.” And my fellow Hookers did not disappoint when they asked the same questions I was thinking. As I’m scrolling through the comments, still not finding the answers, I see it…”The reason it says…” and I think “oh this must be it…” HOLY SAINT PUNCTUATION BATMAN!!!!! Lady, your lack of BASIC English grammar, sentence structure, spelling, and crochet pattern knowledge hurts everyone of us physically! So I think I speak for all of us when I say…WOW!

  32. Andrea hollick says:

    Wow… Michelle what a way to get customers liking your stuff. How rude you are calling people stupid!! That is no way to response to people. These ladies weren’t criticising your bear they were just pointing out that there was no information on hook size, wool or sewing instruction. I teach crochet and for someone who might not have attempted a teddy before they need all the info possible. Very very rude. Don’t think I’ll be making this after all. 😡

    • Michelle says:

      It’s not my pattern wow cue the stupid responses

    • Michelle says:

      Is my name julia deinga

      No it’s Michelle there for I’m not the designer. She’s smart like me and figured you didn’t need the extra unnecessary information. If you can’t even read designed by Julia deinga at the top of the post maybe you need to go back to grade school and learn to read

  33. Kacie Nolder says:

    How much yarn is needed for this?

  34. Maria says:

    can you please tell me in wich row do the eyes go, and how many stitches between? I have to place the eyes before I fill up the head!

    A Little tip: I made the Body upsidedown, starting wih the 30 stitches directly after the head, then I don`t have to saw the parts togeather.

  35. RHODA HENDERSON says:

    Help!! I really want to make this, but can’t find a way to download it. i can’t copy either, so really stuck!!

  36. Athena says:

    These patterns have been stolen from their original maker. This pattern costs $3.50 on Etsy. I have contacted the original maker, and I’m sure she will contact you. I was suspicious when you couldn’t answer questions

    • Amiguroom Toys says:

      Athena, the original pattern is free and the designer is Julia Deinega. You can visit Instagram @deynega_yuly and see new photos of bears, crocheted with this pattern.

  37. Anahi says:

    buenas tardes.a que altura aproximadamente se colocan los ojos???

  38. Bonnie Carpenter says:

    It doesn’t specify what size crochet hook to use.

  39. carola says:

    This pattern is being sold illegally on ETSY but I cannot post a link the site won’t let me. Search for Fashionisting shop and look for amigurumi bear pattern. She is charging GBP £3.89 for this design and making a lot of money from another’s design!!!!

  40. Annz says:

    do you have a video?

  41. A says:

    People really? Look at the picture.The head is suppose to be bigger and as far as the number of stitches left on the head and body, they do match. I took a balloon and blew it up inside the head and marked all the facial features where I wanted them. I don’t understand why everyone is having so many problems with this pattern. Use the yarn you want to use and decrease the needle size by one for what is recommended for your yarn. Geez, maybe some of you deserve to be called stupid. Sew everything on with a needle using the same yarn. It’s not rochet science.

    • Meli says:

      I agree. Plus if you don’t want to sew the head and body together then just don’t finish off the head and start the body but work from the bottom of the body instructions up(backwards). I think this pattern is more for those that have worked with amigurumi before or those with more experience. I don’t see it being that hard. Just my opinion…not trying to insult anyone!

  42. Anita Gallant says:

    I just finished my bear. He came out great. I haven’t been doing amigurumi very long but this is my best so far.

  43. Heba says:

    What size of finished toy?
    (Tall )

  44. Amber says:

    My finished bear doesn’t look right at all and I followed the pattern to the T. I will not use this again. This is horrible.

  45. Charlotte says:

    Did anyone have 1 stitch more when making the head? Everything was fine from R1-R28. But when working on R29, i suddenly had 1 extra stitch. I count back and found no extra or missing stitches.

    I didn’t want to redo it as i didn’t had the time to. If i were to skip a stitch, will it affect the outcome?

    • Charlotte says:

      Sorry, i fixed it though idk how and why. I counted back, redid it, counted back again, it all tells me that it’s the same. Then i did it one more time then it’s fixed -. –

  46. Nadean says:

    Wow never read any comments before I am amazed at how mean some people can be I am so disappointed

  47. Emmaleigh says:

    Hi, can someone please tell me how many skeins and ounces per skein of yarn they used to make this pattern? Thank you in advance!

  48. Alessia says:

    Buonasera, che misura hanno gli occhietti, in quale riga vanno posizionati e a che distanza l’uno dall’altro?
    Grazie

  49. Honorata says:

    Great pattern! I used yarn: drops Muskat, crochet: tulip 4. My bear is 22cm high.

  50. Tina says:

    When you finish off on the parts of the bear is the hole suppose to be sewn close before sewing all the pieces together

  51. Honorata says:

    Great pattern! I used yarn: drops Muskat, crochet: tulip 4. My bear is 22cm high.

  52. elaine says:

    The usual rule is to use a hook 2 sizes down from the recommended hook size on the ball of wool you decided to use, if your having trouble sewing the head to the body i suggest you make the body backwards that is to say carry on from the 30 stitches on the head and work upwards on the body instructions (obviously the decreases become inc and increases become decreases) until you get to row 2 with 12 stitches left sew up these stitches f.o. i hope this helps you

  53. Menai says:

    Hi i have done this pattern exactly as directed!! And it looks fab!!! Got a bit worried after reading all the negative comments!

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