Free crochet pattern: A little bear with scarf

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- Yarn (I use Jeans from YarnArt (2 - Fine (Sport, Baby) yarn; 50g/160m), in colors: brown, beige and purple)
>> You will need less than one skein from each color
- 2.5 mm crochet hook (or in accordance with the yarn you use)
- One pair of 5mm safety eyes
- Polyester fiberfill
- Yarn needles, markers and scissors

- MR: magic ring
- ch: chain
- st(s): stitch(es)
- sc: single crochet
- dc: double crochet
- inc: 1 increase = 2 sc in the same st
- dec: 1 decrease = sc 2 together (use the invisible decrease for better result)
- x*: repeat * times
- slst: slip stitch
- (…): stitch count of the row
- FO: fasten off

- This pattern is written using American terminology
- The finished doll measures 12.5 cm/5 inches approximately. Choosing a different hook and yarn will change the final measure
- We will work in continuous rounds. Do not join or turn if not instructed in the pattern.
- Use a stitch marker. Place it at the last stitch of the row and always move it up when working always to the last stitches of the rows.

It’s time to start! o(≧∇≦o)

- Use brown yarn
- R1. MR with 6sc
- R2. 6inc (12)
- R3. (sc, inc) x6 (18)
- R4. (inc, 2sc) x6 (24)
- R5. (3sc, inc) x6 (30)
- R6. (2sc, inc, 2sc) x6 (36)
- R7. (inc, 5sc) x6 (42)
- R8. (3sc, inc, 3sc) x6 (48)
- R9 - 15. sc all (7 rounds)
- R16. (sc3, dec, sc3) x6 (42)
- R17. (sc5, dec) x6 (36)
- R18. (sc2, dec, sc2) x6 (30)
- R19. (sc3, dec) x6 (24)
- R20. (sc1, dec, sc1) x6 (18). FO
- Insert eyes between rounds 10&11 with a distance of 4 sts between them then stuffing

- Use beige yarn
- R1. MR with 6sc
- R2. 6inc (12)
- R3. sc1, inc2, sc2, inc2, sc2, inc2, sc1 (18)
- R4. sc2, inc, sc4, inc, sc2, inc, sc4, inc, sc2 (22)
- FO, leave a long yarn tail to sew later
- Use black yarn/thread to embroider the nose (split yarn if necessary)

EARs (make 2)
- Use brown yarn
- R1. MR with 6sc
- R2. 6inc (12)
- R3. (sc, inc) x6 (18)
- R4. sc all
- R5. (sc1, dec) x6 (12)
- FO, leave a long yarn tail to sew later

LEGs (make 2)
- Use brown yarn
- R1. MR with 6sc
- R2. (inc, sc1) x3 (9)
- R3. (sc2, inc) x3 (12)
- R4-7. sc all ( 4 rounds). FO
- Do the same with the 2nd leg but do not fasten off

- We will continue to make the body from the last point of the 2nd leg, both crochet and gradually stuffed the product
- R1. ch4, sc12 on sts from 1st leg, 4 sc on the chains, sc12 on sts from 2nd leg, 4 sc on the opposite side of the chains (32)
- R2. (sc3, inc) x8 (40)
- R3-8. sc all (6 rounds)
- R9. (sc3, dec) x8 (32)
- R10-11. sc all
- R12. (sc2, dec) x8 (24)
- R13-14. sc all
- R15. (sc2, dec) x6 (18)
- R16. sc all
- FO, leave a long yarn tail to sew later

ARMs (make 2)
- Use brown yarn
- R1. MR with 6sc
- R2. (inc, sc2) x2 (8)
- R3-9. sc all (7 rounds)
- Stuff a little (do not stuff top of the arm)
- Flatten then crochet 2 sides together by 4 sc
- FO, leave a long yarn tail to sew later

- Use purple yarn and 3mm hook
- R1. ch5, start at 3rd chain from hook: dc3, turn
- R2-25. ch2 (do not counted as 1 st), dc3, turn. FO
- Cut 6 pieces of yarn to make fringes (3 for each end)

- Flatten the ears then sew to the head 
- Sew the snout to the head, below eyes
- Sew body to the head
- Sew arms to the body (between rounds 14&15)
- Use pink yarn/thread to embroider the cheeks (split yarn if necessary)

A beautifully-formatted PDF pattern with more illustrations can be purchased here:

  • Hope that you had fun when crocheting ^^
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