Crochet plush bear free pattern

29 Responses

  1. Jean says:

    How can I print the directions for this free pattern? Thank you

  2. Le clinche says:

    J’aimerais qu’il soit en francais si quelqu’un la en francais je suis preneuse

  3. Julie Shaddick says:

    When do you stuff the legs,arms,head and body

  4. Daniela says:

    Plese translate in italiano linguage

  5. Nela says:

    It is pitty, I think that this patern completely does not correspond to this beautiful bear… 😢

  6. Dona says:

    Need stitches to attach legs and attach arms plz

  7. Biehn says:

    Do you slip stitch at the end of each row?

  8. Sandee Jones says:

    It is sad. The pattern does not turn out anything like the picture. Thankfully I have some experience and used some off my old patterns to fix the bear. Still didn’t turn out like the picture. I should have read the reviews…next time.

  9. Sandee says:

    It is sad. The pattern does not turn out anything like the picture. Thankfully I have some experience and used some off my old patterns to fix the bear. Still didn’t turn out like the picture. I should have read the reviews…next time. 😢

  10. Christina May Zin says:

    Thank you for your kindness❤

  11. Suzanne says:

    Where do we join legs, arms ? On what stitch.

  12. Suzanne says:

    This pattern is not for beginners luckily I am not.

  13. Aleksandra says:

    According to the pattern, the bowl comes out differently than the one in the photo

  14. Jenny H. says:

    I don’t know what you all are complaining about… my bear came out beautiful! I used thicker yarn and a thicker hook and it’s perfect. Idk what you all are doing wrong…

  15. Corrinne Kenyon says:

    Confusing on what stitches to add the legs and arms. Just says to add them to the rows. Any help?

    • North says:

      I did a slight variant of the pattern where on row 8 of the body, I sc 6, dc, added one leg then went halfway around the pattern and added the other. Once it came to the part with the belly I sc 18, st2tog 6, then sc 18.
      As for the arms I added them slightly ahead of the legs and started the first one on a st2tog, then sc 3, and as for the second arm I went around and put it in the same relation as the first to the second by sc 3, then st2tog.

  16. Alice says:

    not impressed with the pattern – head looks more like a saucer than a round head. And muzzle is just a flat piece with three rows. i’ve done a lot of stuffies and this pattern isn’t worth the effort!

    • Marina says:

      Io la museruola e le orecchie le ho fatte un giro più grandi e nella museruola ho messo un pochino di imbottitura . Così mi è venuto bene.

      • MARIE MC CARTHY says:

        Brilliant pattern, just completed teddy,he turned out very well,delighted with him

  17. Betty Doughty says:

    I found it very easy to work up in a very beautiful pattern. I don’t know what all the complaints are except that you aren’t paying attention are you’re a beginner and you don’t know what you’re doing

  18. Boston Williams says:

    This pattern is probably the worst pattern i have ever made. It turned out nothing like the picture. The head, ears and muzzle look very different than what the picture looks like. I was not happy with this at all.

  19. Yolanda Osuna says:

    El patron es exacto a la foto! Muy lindo osito, gracias por compartit

  20. Patsy Tingey says:

    What does F.o. mean on the pattern instructions

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