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13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!

If you go down to the woods today…it might be a little chilly so maybe stay in and crochet instead? This round-up of some of our favourite crocheted bears is a gorgeous mix of cute faces, sweet outfits and squidgy bellies—we’re sure you won’t know which one to make first!

Whether you’re gifting them or making them for yourself, these projects are fun to make and let’s face it, teddy bears never go out of fashion! Make sure you share your finished bears with us on Facebook or Instagram!

1. Happy Fellow

Let’s start with a classic. This cute little brown bear looks precious in his little dungarees, and his infectious smile is just the sweetest! Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
2. Stripy Bear

If you love something bright to cuddle, this is the make for you! We adore his dozy looking face—the perfect snoozing companion! Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
3. Christmas Bear

Mrs Paws would be the perfect Christmas gift for a little one. Her little apron is an adorable detail that kids will love! Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
4. What a Pair

This sweet duo are geared up for winter in their cute roll necks! We love the charming applique detail - why not personalise them with initials? Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
5. Playtime Fun

This sweet headband is perfect for little ones who love to pretend! They’re super quick to whip up for your bear cubs too! Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
6. Mini make

With his bright green jumper and smiley face, this delightful bear is petite and so quick to make! Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
7. Beach Ready

Fancy some winter sun? So does this little guy! We think he looks so sweet in his summery t-shirt and he even comes with a pattern for a towel and bucket and spade! Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
8. David Attenbear

Our safari bear is always up for an adventure! With his trusty bag and matching hat he’s ready for anything. This is the perfect make if you love crocheting in stripes! Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
9. Winter Bear

One thing we love more than bears is a bear in a coat with matching shoes and hat! Why not make the accessories in your favourite colour? Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
10. Festive Bear

This bright and bold festive bear is the perfect present for a loved one to unwrap on that special day! Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
11. Circus Bear

A juggling bear in rainbow colours is sure to brighten up your day! This happy chap will be fantastic fun to make and is a great stashbuster! Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
12. Baby Gift

What better way to welcome a new bundle of joy into the world than with a handmade rattle. The cute bear design will be cherished and this is a quick project to make! Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!
13. Koala Bears

Okay so they are technically marsupials, but let’s not get bogged down in details here - this sweet pair are such a cute make, and an ideal gift! Click here to download

13 Adorable Crochet Patterns That Are Just Too Cute To Bear!

​Whichever bear you decide to make, all of these projects are a great stashbuster and are sure to be appreciated as gifts if you can “bear” to part with them once you’ve whipped them up with your trusty hook!

Some things to remember when crocheting toys are:

- Leave long tail ends to make sewing your pieces together much easier

- Check your tension - amigurumi needs to be done much tighter than if you were making a blanket or granny squares, for example

- You’ll mainly be working in the round so use a stitch marker or a scrap of yarn to mark the beginning of your round

- Use safety eyes if you’re giving the finished bear to a young child

- Remember to stuff your toy once you’ve attached safety eyes as they click in at the back

Lastly - enjoy it! These projects are lots of fun and we hope you love every stitch! Remember to share your makes with us on Facebook or Instagram

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