Little bear amigurumi

64 Responses

  1. Kathy says:

    Pattern does not finish off and you have to apply for something else

    • Amiguroom Toys says:

      Kathy, what do you need more for this pattern? There are ears, head, body, arms, legs and tail.

      • Sofia says:

        You need assembly instructions to finish it off, you end up with all the pieces but no idea where to connect them to create this adorable teddy

        • Lesley says:

          Use the picture of the completed bear to assemble, it’s easy enough to do!!

        • Claire says:

          What u help where a head goes on a body and shere arms and legs go on and body and ears on a head is it not obvious or am I missing something

      • Karin Stevenson says:

        You say there are instructions for a tail. No, there isn’t one. Would be nice to get that but for now I’ll just try to figure it out on my own.

    • nancy small says:


      • Jennifer says:

        It also has no stuffing instructions.

        • Mary says:

          Why didn’t you include the instructions on how to put it together it would have been very helpful thank you for the patent

  2. lucianan says:

    How can I buy this line? I’m from Brazil

  3. Nathalie says:

    Le orecchie mi sembrano incomplete

    • Darja Holm says:

      they are not incomplete, you have a flat piece that you just attach with 2-3 stitches 😉 it curles on its own

  4. Diane says:

    There is only the pattern, no finishing off instructions.

    • Amiguroom Toys says:

      Diane, don’t wait so much from free patterns. To have a full amigururmi tutorial you can buy any pattern at Etsy.

  5. Charissa says:

    Thank you for the pattern it’s super cute!

  6. graffin marilyne says:

    bjr, adorable ces petits nounours,je craque tellement ils sont jolis.combien de hauteur font ils ?, prend votre modele avec plaisir ,je vais faire ces jolis nounours pour des bébés vous remercie pour ce modele gratuit mise a dispositoin de toutes (tous) les crocheteurs.

  7. Fran says:

    Adorable little bear. Assembly? No problem, head to body, arms to shoulders, legs to bottom of body, ears, nose to head. Simples

    • Beth says:

      I agree Fran…. look at pictures and figure out what body parts goes where! LOL

    • Kathleen Hutchens says:

      The body ends at round 12, no hook size, no assembly, and bears do have short stumpy tails. But free is free and I get it, some people here are beginners and need it explained to complete, don’t bother saying free if it’s not complete with instructions.

  8. Renae says:

    What size hook is used?

    • Margie says:

      It says 4. 5mm for velour.
      Agree instructions are vague.
      Are arms and legs and muzzle stuffed?

  9. kathleen miller says:

    if you look on the back of your yarn it will tell you what size of needle is compatible with the yarn.

  10. Lim says:

    The instructions to the plush bear toy is misleading as the finished bear from your instructions doesn’t look close to your posted photos. I crochet more than hundreds of amigurumi but yours is most disappointing. Hope u will have the correct instructions to the plush bear toy

  11. maria says:

    TAIL?where? I do not see it. please telle me it

  12. Claire says:

    Amigurumi needs to be quite tight with normal yarn. So you use the hook to leave the least gaps. With this chenille yarn however you don’t have to use a greatly smaller hook as the fluffy yarn texture helps fill the gaps.

  13. graffin marilyne says:

    bjr, combien faut il de pelotes pour faire un nounours merci beaucoup

  14. Juliana Carney says:

    what size eyes was used for this pattern please?

  15. Cindy Franklin says:

    absolutely adorable free pattern i used Bernat baby blanket and i am in love with this pattern very well written and easy to assemble by the pictures provided as well as just knowing where body parts belong. if your bear doesn’t look like the pic are you using the same type yarn because made with different yarn it will not look like the picture been there tried that lol. Love it and thank you so much for sharing it.

    • Zoya says:

      What size hook did you use?

      • Zoya says:

        Forget it, I must have missed the hook size. 4.5mm.
        I also used bernat blanket yarn. Sewing it together now. Looking adorable.

        For those of you complaining there’s no assembly instructions… If you’ve made amigurumi before, you really don’t need instructions.
        If you haven’t, just look at the finished bear… Simple enough to count rows to figure it out.
        As for the tail… Make a magic ring just like all the other pieces… Create a circle big enough to be a tail and attach it. 🙃

  16. Linda Riley says:

    Yes I agree 100% with Cindy Franklin ! Thank you for taking out (your time )to give us this pattern Have a blessed day

  17. Rose says:

    Thanks for sharing it is so cute n pattern turned out adorable and well written

  18. Debbie says:

    Sometimes I wonder why anyone would even bother to supply a free pattern when they get so many complaints. How about just saying thank you or paying for a pattern. I apologise for the rant.

    • Claire says:

      I totally agree and I cant believe people are asking how to asemble it, if people don’t know on a bear where its body parts go they must gave serious problems because the kids I use to teach in nursery aged 3 knew where your head eyes ears arms legs etc were 🤣🤣🤣

    • Pierangela Pieri says:

      concordo assolutamente

  19. Ciska says:

    Love your pattern however just one question, how would you close off the neck at the body once stuffed?

    • Ana says:

      i crochet the head and body in one piece,once your done with the body the end of head indicated in the pattern has same number of stitches on the body,so i just work from bottom of instruction up,if the pattern says decrease,you do increase (opposite)and you end up on number 1 of the head pattern. goodluck!

  20. Ana says:

    for the tail: i make 3 chain on the 23rd stitch on row 5, slip stich on ch 1 and then continue Sc on 24th st. or you can make those chains for tail wherever you want the tail would be.

  21. Lori says:

    I love it. Thank you for providing this for free.

  22. Kim says:

    Where do i put the eyes oil

  23. Kendra says:

    Thank you SO much!!!!!!’🥰

  24. Merry says:

    I used size J hook and found it quite easily made and put together. Thank you for the free pattern.

  25. Bea says:

    It looks adorable. Thank you for the pattern. How big will it be when using Himalaya yarn?

  26. Chez says:

    Some of the comments on here made me laugh 😂 . Just starting this , Great idea Ana doing the body and head all in one . And a big thank you for the free pattern .

  27. Tanja says:

    I love this little bear.
    Used Bernat baby blanket and it came out perfectly with safety eyes and a safety nose.
    Thank you so much!
    It’s going to make lots of small children happy this Christmas.

  28. Carol Van Wyk says:

    Thank you!

  29. Renae says:

    I made this & it turned out cute. I used bernat velvet yarn with 4mm hook. My arms & legs looked different than the picture which made me question the pattern. I did add my own tail & it’s cute.

  30. Claudia Martínez says:

    hermoso patrón, muchas gracias por tener ese espíritu desprendido y generoso para compartir estas bellezas

  31. Diane says:

    Cute. I have some plush yarn; I’m going to give it a try.

    Thanks for sharing.

  32. Diane M says:

    Hi everyone.
    I sort of understand that a newbie to crochet and amigurumi would need a bit more help with putting the limbs onto the body. It’s frustrating to have to remove after it’s all sewn on. Pinning limbs on 1st is helpful but not always.
    My wish is that the safety eyes had a designation in the pattern. We have all put them in only to see they aren’t correct/perfect. They cannot be removed once the head is closed.
    Rudeness is unacceptable when commenting on a FREE pattern, but even more so when comments are directed to a crafter who obviously is a novice.

  33. Jeaneen Bingham says:

    Darling pattern. Thanks for sharing. For others who may need more detail, I’ve rewritten with more specifics: Muzzle Use 4mm hook using alternate color of bulky yarn. Make a chain of 7
Rnd 1: begin in second ch: 5sc, 3sc in 1 loop, continue on the other side of the chain: 4sc, inc (14sc)
Rnd 2: 1 ch, inc, 4 sc, (inc)repeat 3 times, 4 sc, (inc)repeat 2 times (20)
(Optional) Rnd 3: 1 ch, inc, 5 sc, (1 sc, inc) repeat 4 times, 5 sc, inc (26). Insert safety nose or embroider nose. 

R 1. Magic circle 6sc (6)
R 2. inc x6 (12)
R 3. (1 sc, inc)×6 (18)
R 4. (2 sc, inc)×6 (24)
R 5. (3 sc, inc)×6 (30)
R 6-9. 30 sc (4 rows)
R 10. (3 sc, dec)×6 (24)
R 11. (2 sc, dec)×6 (18)
R 12. (4 sc, dec)×3 (15) FO, leave tail for sewing on body (Insert eyes between rows 7/8) Stuff and shape head, attach muzzle and lightly stuff. With black yarn, sew mouth and eyebrows.
    Ears (make 2) [attach over rows 2-5 of head]
R 1. Magic circle 6sc (6)
R 2. inc x6 (12) FO leave tail for sewing on head
    Legs (make 2)
1. Magic circle 6sc
2. inc x6 (12)
3-4. 12 sc (2 rows)
5. (1sc, dec)× 4 (8)
6-8. 8sc (3 rows) 
Stuff then Fold top of leg flat and 4 sc through both sides across top. FO
    Arms (make 2)
R 1. Magic circle 6sc (6)
R 2. (1 sc, inc)× 3 (9)
 R 3-4. 9 sc (2 rows)
R 5. (1 sc, dec)×3 (6)
R 6-9. 6 sc (4 rows)
Stuff then Fold top of arm flat and make 3 sc through both sides across top.FO
R 1. Magic circle 6sc (6)
R 2. inc x6 (12)
R 3. (1 sc, inc)×6 (18)
R 4. (2 sc, inc)×6 (24) Insert legs: 4sc, attach leg with 4sc, 8sc, attach leg with 4sc, 4 sc (24)
R 5-7. 24 sc (3 rows).
R 8. (2 sc, dec)×6 (18)
R 9-10. 18 sc (2 rows)
R 11. (4 sc, dec)×3 (15)
    R 12. (Insert Arms) 2sc, attach arm with 3sc, 5sc, 3sc attach arm, 1sc (15)
R 13. 15 sc FO
    R1. Magic circle 6sc (6)
    R2 (inc)×6 (12)
    R3 (dec)×6 (6) FO, Leave tail for attaching

  34. Betina says:

    Come on people. Its for free.

    Thank you for that lovely pattern. 😍

  35. Paula says:

    Rudeness is unacceptable, someone was just asking for a little help and pictures are not always very clear to see where to attach the other parts. Free doesn’t mean that all of the instructions do not have to be there. Especially If your new to crocheting.

  36. lynne says:

    did the bear up this evening, very cute. had no problem with pattern! thanks

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