Hi everyone. I’m Adele and I live in England with my two gorgeous babies, Leyla who is 5 and Naomie who is 3. I have followed Natasha’s blog for a long time now and she always has such awesome stuff on here. I am so happy to be here and be a part of it every month ๐Ÿ˜€


I usually blog over at Mammy Made. I have tons of crochet and sewing tutorials on there, along with yummy recipes and some homeschooling stuff.

This month I would like to share the pattern for this cute little teddy bear.


I recently made this little guy for my gran for Mother’s Day. Didn’t he turn out adorable! He had been named Hutch ๐Ÿ™‚ I thought I would share the pattern for Hutch with all you so you can make your own. He is very easy to make and didn’t take me very long at all. 

You will need:
chunky yarn
3.5mm crochet hook
stitch marker
toy stuffing
9mm safety eyes
ribbon for neck 

Body / head:
1. make a magic loop, ch1, work 6scs in loop, do not join or turn, continue working in rounds throughout the pattern
2. 2scs in each st around (12)
3. *2scs in next st, sc in next st*, repeat around to end (18)
4. *2scs in next st, sc in next 2 sts*, repeat around to end (24)
5. *2scs in next st, sc in next 3 sts*, repeat around to end (30)
6-10. sc in each st around (30)
11. *sc2tog, sc in next 3 sts* repeat around (24)
12. sc around (24)
13. *sc2tog, sc in next 2 sts* repeat around (18)
14. sc around (18)
15. *sc2tog, sc in next 1 st* repeat around (12)
16. sc around, insert safety eyes between rounds 9 and 10 (12)
17. *2scs in next st, sc in next st*, repeat around to end (18)
18. *2scs in next st, sc in next 2 sts*, repeat around to end (24)
19. *2scs in next st, sc in next 3 sts*, repeat around to end (30)
20-25. sc around (30)
26. *sc2tog, sc in next 3 sts* repeat around (24)
27. *sc2tog, sc in next 2 sts* repeat around (18)
28. *sc2tog, sc in next 1 st* repeat around, stuff with toy filling (12)
29. sc2tog around (6)
30. bind off, weave around remaining stitches and pull closed, knot then weave ends in well

Arm (make 2):
1. make a magic loop, ch1, work 6scs in loop (6)
2. 2scs in each st around (12)
3-7. sc around (12)
8. sc2tog around (6)
9-11. sc around (6)
12. sl st in 1st sc, bind off, leaving a long tail to attach to the body, stuff with toy filling, weave the yarn through the remaining 6 stitches, pull to close the hole then weave ends in well

Leg (make 2):
1. make a magic loop, ch1, work 6scs in loop (6)
2. 2scs in each st around (12)
3. *2scs in next st, sc in next st*, repeat around to end (18)
4-10. sc around (18)
11. *sc2tog, sc in next 1 st* repeat around (12)
12-14. sc around (12)
15. sl st in 1st sc, bind off, leaving a long tail to attach to the body, stuff with toy filling

Ears (make 2):
1. make a magic loop, ch3, work 7dcs in loop (8)
2. bind off, leaving a long tail to attach to the body


Finishing:
Attach the arms and legs to the body. Embroider the nose and mouth onto the head. Fasten a ribbon around the bear’s neck and tie in a bow.

Your little Hutch is ready to gift or keep. I hope you enjoyed this pattern and I will be back again next month! In the meantime, I would love to see you over on my blog or my Facebook page ๐Ÿ˜€

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49 comments on “Crocheted teddy bear”

  1. I wish I could crochet! I’ve tried before but I just don’t have a knack for it. My friend does though, I should send her this pattern so she can make me one. ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Hi there I love the crocheted teddy bear that you made! I love crocheting too and I do for charity and for myself! It’s fun crocheting and I love that there are so many things to make! Have a nice day and it’s so nice to meet you Adele.
    Julie at Julie’s Lifestyle

  3. He is so cute! I know how to crochet but i’ve never followed a pattern or made anything other than blankets or scarves. When I get time I’m going to try this! Pinning for later!

  4. The bear came out perfect. I love the facial expression. I wish I was good with my hands because that is something I would really like to make.

  5. That’s adorable. I’ve never thought about looking for crochet patterns on blogs! My daughters recently took up an interest in crocheting and would love this.

  6. I have to say that I had one of these when I was young that either my Mom or Grandma made me. I just wanted to let you know I will be featuring this post tomorrow morning on my blog at Tuesdays with a Twist, please stop by and take a look. Thanks again for linking up and have a great week.

  7. Thanks for sharing with us on Pintastic Pinteresting Party. Very cute bear and the directions look easy to follow. My mother used to make fur bears. I have two in my collection that she made, one she named Burly Bear and the other is Mrs. Burly Bear. You are never too old to enjoy a teddy bear. Thanks again.

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