Lying bear crochet pattern

23 Responses

  1. eunjung jang says:

    Thank you

  2. Camilla says:

    Can this bear be made with 100% cotton yarn? Of course one that fits with a 2mm needle.

    • Garden says:

      My opinion that i think every yarn with the hook that fit will ok. I have worked on 1 and 2 mm ones, and they done very well too. But the size of the bear is slighty different depend on each hook and yarn no matter its lamb wool or cotton, just abot the size

  3. kathrin says:

    thank you so much! just finished this cutie 🙂

  4. Sara says:

    Can you tell us what row you are placing the safety eyes?

  5. Candace says:

    Do you know how much yarn this used?

    • Kinga says:

      I placed mine between rows 12 and 13 between stitches 11 and 12 and 37 and 38 (one stitch before the first increase of row 13 and one stitch after the last increase of row 13).

  6. Els says:

    Thank you :-).

  7. Fabi says:

    please which career is your eyes on ??? thanks

  8. Dayle says:

    I’m a little confused on the directions when the brown starts. Could anyone explain it to me?

    • Bear says:

      I know this was a question from a long while ago, but I thought I might answer in case anyone else had a difficulty (I did at first!) understanding row #12 (where you switch to dark brown).
      Think of the row as two halves of a circle, mirrored.
      Do 12 stitches then (over the next six stitches from prev row) increase /stitch, increase/ stitch, increase /stitch. That’s one half.
      Then, starting the second half of row: stitch/increase, stitch/increase, stitch/increase, followed by 12 stitches.
      See? Begin with 12 sc. Do your patterns of singe stitches and increases, End with 12 sc.

  9. Ale G says:

    Hi! Sorry, I’m confused as to how to crochet the ears. Are they supposed to be crocheted in a spiral, closing after each round or ch1 and turning as if in a semi-circle?

    • Erin says:

      They are crocheted in a round. You’ll end up with a little half-sphere that gets folded almost in half to make the ear. That way both sides are the “right” side. 🙂

  10. Lila says:

    How big is he approximately?

  11. Amelia Haden says:

    Is this in uk terms or us

  12. Liz says:

    Anyone have an estimate of how much yarn this uses?

  13. Els says:

    Could you give any guidelines if I wanted to downsize the bear by a half and make it more like 11 cm long instead of 22? 🙂

  14. crochetgurli says:

    How many skeins of your yarn did you use? I wanna convert the meters to another yarn so I can make a bigger one

  15. Mio says:

    Which size are the safety eyes?

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