Plush bear amigurumi

50 Responses

  1. Angel Schrader says:

    Hello – thank you for your lovely patterns.
    I believe there are small mistakes in Plush Bear Amigurumi Body section:
    R 11: 11sc, inc*4, (26) (should read dec …)
    R 12: 26sc
    R 13: 11sc, inc*2, 11sc (24) (should read dec …)

    It would be good if you could correct this mistake

    • Amiguroom Toys says:

      Thank you, Angel Schrader, it is dec.

    • Suzie says:

      Hi Angel, you looks like a pro. Would you mind sharing the hat pattern with me. You can email me at if you feel to do so. Thanks

    • Trina says:

      I’m confused by row 11. 11sc dec *4, I don’t have enough stitches to repeat 4 times… I can sc 11 & dec twice and end with 4 sc’s but then I have 28 stitches instead of 26. What am I doing wrong?

  2. Arlene says:

    Is there a patern for the hat and scarf too?

  3. Jane says:

    Can you share an approximate finished size?

  4. Arkadia says:

    Hi how many meters have you used to make this one?

  5. Nathalie scott says:

    J aimerais avoir le patron en français.

  6. Melanie (Hoschy) says:

    hello, can you tell us how you made the cap?
    I would like to make it for a rabbit, but I do not know where to make the holes for the ears. Can you help me with that?

    And the Bear in on my todo-list, it´s so sweet.

  7. Juliana Carney says:

    Think there is a mistake in pattern: muzzle
    R1: 6sc in mc
    R2: inc *8 (16)
    R1 should be 8sc so when increase 8 times yes you will have 16 stitches
    R2 should read inc*6 (12)

    Please correct or verify


  8. Kayla says:

    Hook size used?

  9. Laura says:

    Hook size used?

  10. Diane says:

    How much yarn is used?

  11. Crazy says:

    It’s great pattern but I’m sure it isn’t that big.

  12. Kaye Bowie says:

    I already have PDF converter do not need to download one. This is soooo annoying

  13. Chris says:

    Did anyone ever get a response on hook size used?

  14. Marie Guy says:

    Ho do you put it all together (sew it)

  15. Isabel says:

    Why does the body start with row 5, am I joining it to the head?

    • Amiguroom Toys says:

      Isabel, join two legs together, than start crochetnig the body. The head anf the body are NOT crocheted as a single piece.

  16. Melissa says:

    What size safety eyes and nose do you use?

  17. alice says:

    wish we had a print button.

  18. Tandra says:

    What rows do the eyes go between?

  19. Mariah says:

    How are the ears done? It says mc 6 and increase by 5 to make 10 (can’t), are we supposed to increase by 6 to make 12?

    • Regina says:

      Mariah, mc = magic circle, you make 6 sc into mc. Hope that helps.

      Happy hooking 😉

  20. Flor says:

    Hi! When I should put the amigurumi eyes?

  21. Suzie says:

    Wouldsome one be so kind to share the hat pattern with us? I looks adorable with the hat. Thanks

  22. Melina says:

    Am i joining the hands while crocheting the body?

  23. Erica Pal says:

    It’s nice to get free patterns, but it would be nicer if you would include the whole pattern with instructions, some of us aren’t as proficient as you, thanks

  24. Rochelle Gross says:

    Go to youtube and google Amigurumi patterns, as well as caps for Amigurumi’s Bears. If you know how to crochet you can easily make the scarf or find a similar pattern on Youtube.

    She could have gave a warning that she could not share the pattern for the hat and scarf.

  25. Allison says:

    How big is it when done?

  26. Gloria Ragsdale says:

    What yarn can you use. I am not familiar with the two that is listed. Thank you.

  27. dreama says:

    Thanks for the bear pattern – not sure what happened with the rest of the pattern though after the directions on how to make the tail, this pattern stopped there, but I did my own thing after that part. My bear turned out so darn cute along with the hat and scarf that I made up as I went. I wish I could post my bear picture on here.

  28. Claire says:

    I love this little bear and looks really great. To make sure I’m finishing it right, when it says ‘finish off’ does it mean to stuff and close the opening by decreasing each stitch? I’m relatively new to it. Thanks

  29. Barbara Tarvin says:

    Do you have the hat pattern?

  30. schelfhout gerda says:

    de pluchen beer is geen gewoon katoen wat gebruikt u daarvoor ?

  31. Otter says:

    I don’t understand the yarn size is it a 6 or 7?

  32. Clair says:

    These are not her patterns, all she does is simply look at the image and think of stitches that would make up something. I made this pattern and it looks nothing like the image, please do not fall for people like her

    • Gladice says:

      Clair, she acknowledged that they are not her patterns. You need to read closely at some the comments or sentences before the actual pattern before making such accusatory comments. Also, how would she ‘guess’ the stitches needed? That would take immense skill and crocheting experience. Your bear might have turned out differently because of a few mistakes, different size hook, or different yarn. No hate, I’m just trying to inform you that your comment might be a bit harsh.

  33. Mona says:

    This little bear turned out so cute! Thank you and God bless.

  34. LouEllen says:

    OK the pattern is a little bit messed up if you ask me. But after several animals I’ve made in the past, I could figure it out. I often find patterns that are confusing or messed up. Some of which I give up. This was actually an easy there a pattern, whereas if you’ve done this type of thing before, you can figure it out too. It is frustrating though. when the entire pattern is not available. You have to look at the picture to count the rows where the eyes are or just put them in and see what they look like until they’re right. Also, a photo of the backside of the bear would be good so we could see the tail.

  35. Rhonda says:

    I wouldn’t have made the bear if the hat wasn’t included. Where can I buy pattern for the hat?

  36. Rhonda says:

    I made a pattern for the hat. Email me for the free hat pattern.

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