Weirdo Bear

Updated: Aug 3



Teddy bears are bound to bring a smile to everyone’s face no matter how young or old they are. Teddy bears are among the most popular gifts for children and are often given to adults to signify affection, congratulations or sympathy. It is a beginner friendly pattern as it is really easy to make and it doesn't involve much sewing.




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This pattern was created and designed by me - Poppy Crochet Design/Blahó Emese Zsuzsanna.

The pattern is for personal use only. The pattern or parts of it may be not reproduced, redistributed, resold, translated, published (online or printed), altered, shared or posted (for sale or free) over the internet or offline! You may link to this pattern but you may not copy any part of the pattern instructions on other websites.

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Introduction

Thank you very much for choosing my pattern to make. I am really appreciate it :) I wish you a pleasant time while working on it. If you have any issues please do not hesitate to contact me by hitting the chat button or via Instagram or Facebook. You can find me as Poppy Crochet Design on both platforms.


If you can`t start working on this pattern right now, you can pin it on your Pinterest Crochet Project Board.



Weirdo Bear Pattern





If you don't have Schachenmayr yarn in your country you can substitute it with anything that has the same properties as on the label above. Make sure it is a mercerized cotton.

For example:

Scheepjes - Catona

Ice yarns - Camilla Cotton

Cascade yarns - Ultra Pima Fine

Patons - Grace

DMC perle (size 8) : black ( embroidering the eyes)












Ear Pattern(2x)

Use the blue colour yarn. Work in a continous spiral. Mark the beginning of the lines with a piece of yarn(or stitchmarker).


Row 1 : 6 sc in magic ring ( 6 )

Row 2 : [ inc ] * 6 (12)

Row 3 : [1 sc, inc ] * 6 (18)

Row 4 : 1 sc ,inc, [ 2 sc, inc ]*5, 1 sc (24)

Row 5 -8: 24 sc

Cut the yarn, fasten off




Congratulation ! All the parts are done. Attach them and embroider the details. If you can't stop crocheting small creatures I recommend you my elf patterns on my blog. Or Manfred Bear , or Barney Bear :)


( The graphic elements I used are from www. freepik.com. )

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