Bear Patterns

Stuffed Teddy Bear Amigurumi Pattern

Hello friends, today I am with you with another great teddy bear amigurumi pattern. Undoubtedly, teddy bears are the pattern that we like to make the most among the amigurumi patterns, but the most difficult. Especially our little kids love them very much. I have come to you with a very good example for these teddy bears, which can be made in different colors. Since stuffed teddy bears look much sweeter in appearance, our children love them more and these patterns attract more attention. I hope you enjoy downloading and trying crochet amigurumi.



For a bear:
• color A – plush yarn of Himalaya Dolphin baby (No80337 brown color) 1 skein ( 120m (131yd)-100g)
• plastic eyes ( 2 pieces)
• sewing threads for sewing parts
• black threads for embroidering of the muzzle
• fiberfill for filling toys (100g)
For shirt:
• color B- yarn for knitting the shirt Gazzal Baby Cotton (brown color No117)(160m(175 yd) – 50g)
• 2 small button


• 4mm crochet hook
• knitting needle 3.5 mm
• large meedle for sewing the parts of the toy
• knitting markers ( to mark the begginning of a rounds)


AR – Amigurumi Magic ring
MR – Amigurumi Magic ring
App – application
ll – lift loop
sc : Single Crochet
inc : Increase
dec : Decrease
tr : Triple Crochet/ Treble Crochet
st: Stitch
dc : Double Crochet
hdc: Half Double Crochet
sl-st : Slip Stitch
ch : Chain : make increase into same stitch as many as the number which is given in front of “inc” abbreviation (exp; 3inc, 4inc..).
FLO : Crochet into front loops only
BLO : Crochet into back loops only
BL : Bobble Stitch – do 5dc all in the same stitch and then yarn over and pull through all the loops on your hook (the original loop + 1 loop for each partially completed dc).

HEAD (place a marker at the beginning of the round)

R 1: magic ring (7)
R 2: (inc)*7(14)
R 3: (inc)*14(28)
R 4: (3sc, inc)*7(35)
R 5: (4sc, inc)*7 (42)
R 6: (5sc, inc)*7 (49)
R 7: (6sc, inc)*7 (56)
R 8-13: 56 sc (6 rounds)
R 14: (6sc, dec)*7 (49)
R 15: (5sc, dec)*7 (42)
R 16: (4sc, dec)*7 (35)
R 17: (3sc, dec)*7 (28)
R 18: (dec)*14(14)
Contiune to crochet the body
R 19: (1sc, inc)*7 (21)
R 20: sc (21)
R 21: (2sc, inc)*7(28)
R 22: sc(28)
R 23: (3sc, inc)*7(35)
R 24: sc(35)
R 25: (4sc, inc)*7(42)
R 26: sc(42)
R 27: (5sc, inc)*7(49)
R 28-32: 49 sc (5 rounds)
R 33: dec, 3sc, dec, 2sc, dec, 14sc, dec, 6sc, dec, 14sc(44)
R 34: sc(44)
R 35: dec, 4sc, dec, 14sc, dec, 4sc, dec, 14sc(40)
R 36: sc(40)
R 37: dec, 2sc, dec, 14sc, dec, 2sc, dec, 14sc(36)
R 38: sc(36)
R 39: dec, dec, 14sc, dec, dec, 14sc(32)

The black points marked in the picture lines of decreases. Find them on your crochet toy.

Insert safe plastic eyes.
Keep safety eyes symmetrical to the lines of decreases. Eyes are fixed between 8 and 9 rounds from the upper point of the head.

The distance between eyes is 7 sc.

Stuff a toy with fiber filler.
Double up the front and back part of the toy, crochet in the middle 3 sc!!! Don’t cut the thread. Carefully count the stitches to from two identical holes for the legs at 14 sc (shown on pictures below). Crochet legs completely with body

LEGS (2 details)

R 1-5: 14 sc
R 6: (dec)*7(7)
Fill the leg with a fiberfill. To draw the thread through 7 stitches and tighten. Cut and secure the thread in the leg. Also crochet the second leg.

ARMS (2 details)

R 1: magic ring (6)
R 2: (inc)*6(12)
R 3-5: 12 sc (3 rounds)
R 6: (dec)*3 times, 6sc(9)
R 7-12: 9sc (6 rounds)
Double up, crochet 4 sc. Cut and secure the thread.

EARS (2 details)

R 1: magic ring (8)
R 2: (inc)*8(16)
R 3: (1sc, inc)*8(24)
Double up and crochet 14 sc. Cut and secure the thread.


R 1: magic ring(7)
R 2: (ing)*7(14)
R 3: (1sc, inc)*7(21)
R 4: (1sc, dec)*7(14)
R 5: dec*7(7)
Cut and secure the thread


R 1: magic ring(6)
R 2: (ing)*6(12)
R 3: (1sc, inc)*6(18)
R 4: 18 sc
Cut and secure the thread

Sewing the bear’s parts
Ears sew on top of the head at a distance of 5 cm from each other

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