Amigurumi Timothy the Little Bear Free Pattern

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Today we share one free amigurumi crochet pattern again for you. As you know we share new amigurumi free patterns every day. The main crochets are amigurumi gazelles, amigurumi bears, amigurumi pola, amigurumi pandas, amigurumi penguins, amigurumi giraffes, amigurumi llama, amigurumi pigs, amigurumi bunny, amigurumi clowns, amigurumi lambs, amigurumi bees, amigurumi unicorns, amigurumi dolls, amigurumi foxes, amigurumi penguins, amigurumi dinosaurs, amigurumi elephants, amigurumi hippos, amigurumi monkeys, amigurumi cats, amigurumi dogs and more …
Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Amigurumi Timothy the Little Bear.
I want to give you some informations about this pattern ;

STATS
The bear is approximately 8 inches tall

MATERIALS
Yarn Paintbox yarns simply aran acrylic in
A – Mustard yellow (1 x 3.5 oz)
B – Slate green (1 x 3.5 oz)
Hook 3.25 mm
Other Fiberfill for stuffing
Safety eyes (9 mm)
Tapestry needle
Small amount of any desired yarn for scarf
Some black yarn for nose
Knitting needles for knitted scarf
Pattern can be made with any sport or worsted weight yarn.
The size of toy may vary depending on the size of hook and yarn used.

This pattern uses US Terminology
MR magic ring
st stitch
ch chain
sc single crochet
inc increase
dec decrease
sl st slip stitch
F/O fasten off
BLO back loop only
FLO front loop only
( ) repeat the steps in brackets
[ ] total # of stitches per round

NOTES

1- Head and body are worked in one piece. Beginning at the top of the head, working down the body.
2- Work in continuous rounds. Do not turn at the end of each round unless directed to.
3- Use a stitch marker to keep track of the beginning of each round.
4- I recommend using invisible decrease to avoid the gap in the stitches.
5- Firmly stuff as you work and overstuff slightly before finishing the section being worked. This will allow for the stuffing to fill out the shape after the crocheting is done.

HEAD AND BODY
Using the color A (Mustard Yellow) yarn, begin with an MR.
Round 1 6 sc in a magic ring [6 sts]
Round 2 (inc in each st) x 6 [12 sts]
Round 3 (2 sc, inc) x 6 [18 sts]
Round 4 (3 sc, inc) x 6 [24 sts]
Round 5 (3 sc, inc) x 6 [30 sts]
Round 6 (4 sc, inc) x 6 [36 sts]
Round 7 (sc in next 8 sts; inc) x 4 [40 sts]
Round 8–14 (sc in each st) x 6 [40 sts]
Round 15 (sc in next 8 sts; dec) x 4 [36 sts]
Attach safety eyes between rounds 10 and 11, with 7 sts apart.
Round 16 (4 sc; dec) x 6 [30 sts]
Round 17 (3 sc; dec) x 6 [24 sts]
Round 18 (2 sc; dec) x 6 [18 sts]
Round 19 sc in each st around [18 st]
Round 20 (5 sc; inc) x 3 [21 sts]
Change to color B (Slate Green) yarn
Round 21 (6 sc; inc) x 3 [24 sts]
Round 22–23 sc in each st around [24 sts]
Start stuffing the head as you work along with the body.
Round 24 (3 sc; inc) x 6 [30 sts]
Round 25-26 sc in each st around [30 sts]
Round 27 (4 sc; inc) x 6 [36 sts]
Round 28 sc in each st around [36 sts]
Round 29 (5 sc; inc) x 6 [42 sts]
Round 30 sc in each st around [42 sts]
Change to color A (Mustard Yellow) yarn.
Round 31 sc BLO in each st around [42 sts]
Round 32 (5 sc; dec) x 6 [36 sts]
Round 33 (4 sc; dec) x 6 [30 sts]
Round 34 (3 sc; dec) around [24 sts]
Start stuffing the body.
Round 35 (2 sc; dec) x 6 [18 sts]
Round 36 (1 sc; dec) x 6 [12 sts]
Round 37 (dec) x 6 [6 sts]
Fill the body with fiberfill. F/O and thread tail end of yarn onto a tapestry needle, insert
the needle in and out of the remaining stitches, pull tight to close and weave in the end.

LEGS (MAKE 2 )
Using the color B (Slate Green) yarn, begin with an MR.
Round 1 6 sc in MR [6 sts]
Round 2 (inc) x 6 [12 sts]
Round 3 (1 sc; inc) x 6 [18 sts]
Round 4 (2 sc; inc) x 6 [24 sts]
Round 5–6 (sc in each st) x6 [24 sts]
Round 7 (2 sc; dec) x 6 [18 sts]
Round 8 (dec) x 4, sc in next 10 sts [14 sts]
Round 9 (dec) x 2, sc in next 10 sts [12 sts]
Change to color A (Mustard Yellow) yarn.
Round 10–14 (sc in each st) around [12 sts]
Stuff and shape the foot firmly, stuff the bottom of the leg lightly. Flatten the top of the
leg together, and sc in next 6 sts through both sides. F/O leaving a tail for sewing

ARMS (MAKE 2 )
Using the color A (Mustard Yellow) yarn, begin with an MR.
Round 1 6 sc in MR [6]
Round 2 (inc) x 6 [12]
Round 3–5 (sc in each st) x 6 [12]
Change to color B (Slate Green) yarn.
Round 6–8 sc in each st around [10]
Round 9 (4 sc; dec) x 6 [10]
Round 10–12 sc in each st around [10 sts]
Stuff the arm with fiberfill. Flatten the top of the arm in half and sc in next 4sts through both sides. F/O leaving a tail for sewing.

EARS (MAKE 2 )
Using the color A (Mustard Yellow) yarn, begin with an MR.
Round 1 6 sc in MR
Round 2 (inc) x 6 [12 sts]
Round 3 (1 sc; inc) x 6 [18 sts]
Round 4 (4 sc; dec) x 3 [15 sts]
Round 5 (3 sc; dec) x 3 [12 sts]
Round 6 sc in each st around [12 sts]
Sl st into the next stitch and F/O leaving a tail for sewing. Do not stuff the ears, only flatten them in half.

MUZZLE
Using the color A (Mustard Yellow) yarn, begin with an MR.
Round 1 6 sc in MR
Round 2 (1 sc; inc) x 3 [9 sts]
Round 3 (2 sc; inc) x 3 [12 sts]
Round 4 (3 sc; inc) x 3 [15 sts]
Sl st into the next stitch and f/o leaving a tail for sewing.

TAIL
Using the color A (Mustard Yellow) yarn, begin with an MR.
Round 1 6 sc in MR
Round 2 (inc) x 6 [12 sts]
Round 3 (1 sc; inc) x 6 [18sts]
Round 4 (1 sc; dec) x 6 [12 sts]

A S S E M B LY

1- Holding the body upside down, attach the color B yarn, in the front loop of round 31. Pull up a loop and working in the FLO make a sc in each st around, sl st into the first sc. F/O and weave in the end.
2- Use black yarn to embroider a nose on to the muzzle. stuff the muzzle lightly and center it between the eyes. Sew the muzzle on neatly.
3- Position the ears evenly on the sides of the head. I have placed them on rounds 4 to 7 starting from the top. Sew them into place
4- The arms are sewn directly under the head.
5- Sew the tail onto the back of the body.
Instructions for the scarf begin on the next page.

KNITTED SCARF
Using the desired color yarn and knitting needles cast on 6 sts. Work in stockinette stitch until scarf measures approximately 10 inches, then cast off.

CROCHET SCARF
Using the desired color yarn, chain 7.
Row 1 sc in 2nd ch from the hook and in each ch across, ch 1 and turn [6]
Row 2 sc in each st across BLO, ch 1 and turn [6]
Repeat the row 2 until scarf measures 10 inches, or the desired length. F/O and weave in the end.

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