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Jan 1, 2016 17:06:12   #
createquilt
 
Help,Would like to find an easy to knit or crochet teddy bear. Not too small nor too big. Preferably knit, but either will do. Thank you
 
Jan 1, 2016 17:13:16   #
carrad47
 
Gypsycream has a number of great bear patterns of various sizes . They are the only bear patterns I use. Clear directions and they turn out so cute,
Jan 1, 2016 18:06:26   #
chris kelly
 
createquilt wrote:
Help,Would like to find an easy to knit or crochet teddy bear. Not too small nor too big. Preferably knit, but either will do. Thank you


And as the above comment, I agree, you will be hard pressed to find an easier pattern for a Bear than the Gypsycream patterns. Have a browse. Can I suggest the Bobba Bear, Cuddly Bear, or the very cute and latest pattern from Pat... Tubs Bear. you can knit him so quickly. Let us know how you get on.

http://www.craftsy.com/user/pattern/store/510881

http://www.etsy.com/shop/HuggableBears

She is a designer on this forum and has hundreds of followers. Just type in Gypsycream in the Search facility and you'll see plenty of our Gypsycream efforts. All her Huggables are knitted flat on 2 needles and a lot of them have the body and legs knitted as one piece.
Jan 1, 2016 18:16:43   #
gr8knitwit2
 
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/search#photo=yes&craft=crochet%7Cknitting&query=teddy%20bear&view=captioned_thumbs&sort=best
Jan 1, 2016 19:11:55   #
jvallas
 
I agree about Gypsycream Bears. For a fairly different look, this is a pattern I bought some time ago because of its understaffed cuddly nature: http://www.interweavestore.com/classic-teddy-bear
($4.50)


Jan 1, 2016 19:14:51   #
jvallas
 
This jointed bear is almost identical to the Aussie one I've had since I was two, except for the yarn: http://www.creativityinpieces.com/2014/11/02/how-to-make-a-teddy-bear/

To get the pattern, you need to click the link found in the first paragraph. ($2.49 on Craftsy)


 
Jan 2, 2016 09:23:55   #
beaz (a regular here)
 
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/softee-bear
Jan 2, 2016 13:17:18   #
createquilt
 
Thank you, I'm going to do the softee bear it is very nice. Again thank all of you.
Jan 2, 2016 15:44:15   #
Cardelo
 
carrad47 wrote:
Gypsycream has a number of great bear patterns of various sizes . They are the only bear patterns I use. Clear directions and they turn out so cute,


Absolutely agree! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
Jan 2, 2016 21:21:09   #
jeanne63
 
jvallas wrote:
I agree about Gypsycream Bears. For a fairly different look, this is a pattern I bought some time ago because of its understaffed cuddly nature: http://www.interweavestore.com/classic-teddy-bear
($4.50)


He's funny and cute...looks like a peanut
Jan 2, 2016 22:04:15   #
jvallas
 
jeanne63 wrote:
He's funny and cute...looks like a peanut
ha! I do believe you're right! :)
 
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