Barry The Bear Baby Lovey – Crochet Pattern by Crafting Happiness
This cute bear baby lovey was created to match the 3in1 Woodland Bear Baby Blanket and together will do a great baby shower present for boys and girls alike.
I used the one row gingham pattern to create a smaller pattern that matches the 3in1 bear baby blanket.
The design for the bear baby lovey is suitable for girls or boys alike, it is crocheted in neutral colors, but you can customize it by choosing your own color palette.
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The Perfect Baby Shower Gift
Made with double knit (light worsted) yarn, this blanket is warm and soft, but light in weight, perfect for babies of all sizes and ages.
This pattern is suitable for crocheters who know how to read a crochet pattern and have attempted amigurumi before. All special stitches are explained and there is Crochet The One Row Gingham Pattern & Carry The Yarn Over Video Tutorial that teaches you how to crochet the one-row gingham pattern.
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Format & Terms
- Pattern written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.
- PDF file format
- Written in English only
- Approximately 46cm x 46cm
- 1 x 100g ball in dark brown (chocolate)
- 1 x 100g ball in brown (mink)
- 1 x 100g ball in cream (oat)
- 9mm safety doll eyes
- 4mm crochet hook
- tapestry needle
- scissors, stitch markers, and pins to pin the parts in place before sewing
Each color block is 1 row tall and 5 stitches wide. The gauge for a 10cm by 10cm swatch is 6 rows by 15 stitches.
Skills & Abbreviations
Most basic stitches below have their own tutorial on my blog or YouTube channel paired with a video. If you are not sure how to crochet them, click the blue link and you will be taken to the separate instructions.
Pattern written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.
All special stitches are explained in detail with photos.
First Double Crochet In The Row (Dc1)
Sc in the first stitch, ch2.
Compared to the usual method of crocheting double crochet in the first stitch of a row (ch3), this method of constructing it will eliminate the gap that usually occurs between the first two stitches and will help bring the yarn that is not in use over to the following row.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
I am stuck on this pattern, can you help?
Every pattern you purchase from my shop comes with help and support. I will help you get unstuck and finish your project, so you can buy with confidence and try something new.
If you are completely new to crocheting, I recommend starting with beginner patterns and building up your confidence, pay attention to the skill level of my patterns and buy only if you are already at that level.
NOTE: The free version of this pattern does not come with the same help, just because it’s not fair on those who support me and bought this pattern.
That doesn’t mean that you can’t contact me if there is a mistake or something unclear with this pattern, it simply means that you will need to learn the stitches, and the techniques, and learn how to read a pattern on your own.
Can I crochet this blanket using Aran yarn (worsted yarn #4)?
Yes, you can! The body parts will come out a little larger than my own, but still, in the same shape, use a smaller hook than recommended for Aran yarn to keep the size smaller. The blanket can be adjusted by simply crocheting more rounds.
Do I have to use the same yarn brand as you to get the same result?
No, you don’t. You can use any brand you like but pay attention to the yardage, different brands have different yardage. Here is a list of alternative yarns I recommend.
Can I change the size of the blanket?
Yes, you can. Each pattern can be adjusted by simply changing the number of rounds you make.
Can I sell items made with your pattern?
Yes, you can. Please check the copyright section for more details.
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