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Rilakkuma Inspired Teddy Bear

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FINISHED SIZE: approx. 11 in / 28 cm


Materials:
  • Red Heart Super Saver: Cornmeal, Warm Brown, & a very small amount of Black
  • size F (3.75) crochet hook
  • size G (4mm) crochet hook
  • yarn needle
  • stuffing
  • 12mm black safety eyes

Note: It has come to my attention that there are errors in this pattern. I will be re-making this bear and updating the pattern with fixes.

Instructions:

ARMS
Make 2.
With Warm Brown, ch 7.
Round 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in each ch across. Now working on the opposite side of chain, sc in each ch across. (12)
Round 2: 2 sc, sc 4, (2 sc)twice, attach Cornmeal and sc 4, with Warm Brown 2 sc. (16)
Round 3: 2 sc, sc 6, (2 sc)twice, attach Cornmeal and sc 7, with Warm Brown sc in same st as last sc. (20)
Round 4: 2 sc, sc 8, (2 sc)twice, attach Cornmeal and sc 8, 2 sc. (24)
Rounds 5-6: Sc in each Warm Brown st with Warm Brown, sc in each Cornmeal st with Cornmeal. (24)
Rounds 7-14 (8 rounds): Sc around. (24)
Fasten off.

LEGS
With Cornmeal, 6 sc into magic ring. (Or, Ch2, 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook.)
Round 1: 2 sc around. (12)
Round 2: (Sc, 2 sc)around. (18)
Round 3: (Sc 2, 2 sc)around. (24)
Fasten off Cornmeal. Attach Warm Brown.
Rounds 4-13 (10 rounds): Sc around. (24)
Fasten off.
Repeat Rounds 1-13 for second leg and fasten off.

BODY
With Warm Brown, 6 sc into magic ring. (Or, Ch2, 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook.)
Round 1: 2 sc around. (12)
Round 2: Holding body piece and one leg with right sides together, sl st 3 sts through both pieces, 2 sc in next 3 sts of body piece, holding body piece and other leg with right sides together, sl st 3 sts through both pieces, 2 sc in next 3 sts of body piece, (sc in next 21 sts of leg, sc in next 6 sts of starting body piece)twice. Consider this the starting point of rounds from here on. (54)
Rounds 3-18 (16 rounds): Sc around. (54)
Round 19: (Dec, sc 7)around. (48)
Rounds 20-23 (4 rounds): Sc around. (48)
Round 24: Sc 6. Holding one of the arms with the paw side facing the body, sc 8 through the sts on the side of the arm that is touching the body and through the normal sts being worked on the body at the same time. Sc 16. Holding the other arm with the paw side facing the body, sc 8 through the sts on the side of the arm that is touching the body and through the normal sts being worked on the body at the same time. Sc 10. From here on, only the outer-most sts will be worked. (68)
Round 25: Sc 5, (dec, sc 14)three times, dec, sc 9. (64)
Round 26: Sc 4, dec, sc 14, dec, sc 12, dec, sc 14, dec, sc 8. (60)
Round 27: Sc 3, dec, sc 14, dec, sc 10, dec, sc 14, dec, sc 7. (56)
Rounds 28-29: Sc around. (56)
Round 30: Sc 2, dec twice, sc 10, dec twice, sc 8, dec twice, sc 10, dec twice, sc 6. (48)
Round 31: Dec around. (22)
Continue to Head pattern.

HEAD
Continue from Body pattern.
With size F hook, work rounds 32-34.
Round 32: 2sc around. (44)
Round 33: Sc around. (44)
Round 34: (2sc, sc 10)x4. (48)
With size G hook, work rounds 35 on.
Round 35: Sc around. (48)
Round 36: (2sc, sc 7)x6. (54)
Round 37: (2sc, sc 8)x6. (60)
Round 38: Sc around. (60)
Round 39: (2sc, sc 9)x6. (66)
Rounds 40-47 (8 rounds): Sc around. (66)
Round 48: (Dec, sc 9)x6. (60)
Round 49: Sc around. (60)
Round 50: (Dec, sc 8)x6. (54)
Round 51: Sc around. (54)
Round 52: (Dec, sc 7)x6. (48)
Round 53: Sc around. (48)
Round 54: (Dec, sc 6)x6. (42)
Round 55: (Dec, sc 5)x6. (36)
Round 56: (Dec, sc 4)x6. (30)
Don't forget to attach the safety eyes, if you are using them.
Round 57: (Dec, sc 3)x6. (24)
Round 58: (Dec, sc 2)x6. (18)
Round 59: (Dec, sc)x6. (12)
Round 60: Dec around. (6)
Fasten off and draw yarn through remaining sts.

EARS
Make 2.
Work Rounds 1-6 of Arms.
Round 7: With Warm Brown (Dec)x2, sc 6, (dec)x2, with Cornmeal (dec)x2, sc 2, (dec)x2. (16)
Fasten off.

MUZZLE
With Cornmeal, ch 7.
Round 1: 2sc, sc 4, (2sc)x2, sc 4, 2sc. (12)
Round 2: 2sc, sc 6, (2sc)x2, sc 6, 2sc. (16)
Round 3: 2sc, sc 8, (2sc)x2, sc 8, 2sc. (20)
Round 4: Sc around. (20)
Fasten off.

ASSEMBLY
Sew ears to head.
Sew muzzle to head.
With black yarn, stitch nose and mouth on muzzle.

6 comments:

  1. Thank You, so adorable :0)

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  2. Thanks, he's gorgeous :-)

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  3. At the beginning of every round you say for example: 2sc, sc 4 Do you mean begin round with an increase and then 4 sc in next 4 stitches?

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    1. Yes, exactly! Sorry for the confusion. :)

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    2. 2sc, sc 4 = 2sc in one stitch, 1sc in each of next 4 stitches.

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  4. Leuk beertje, hartelijke dank voor het patroontje.

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