My name is Debbie and I began crocheting when I was 5 years old. My first project was crocheting an entire skein of yarn into one, very long, chain. That was over 45 years ago and since then I've ...
My name is Debbie and I began crocheting when I was 5 years old. My first project was crocheting an entire skein of yarn into one, very long, chain. That was over 45 years ago and since then I've learned pretty much every stitch their is and have used my knowledge and experience to create little crocheted critters I like to call Thread Heads.
Over the years I have designed all sorts of creations but my passions are Crocheted Bears and Pin Cushions with a Primitive look to them.
That's why I call my blog "Pins and Paws Primitives".
I have always enjoyed teaching classes locally and writing my own patterns so I am very excited to be able to now share my designs with you!
This pattern includes directions for making and assembling your own miniature bear cub with square collar and hat with incorporated holes for ears. I included some helpful tips and tricks for detailing as well as a list of supplies you will need to crochet your very own Bear. My contact info is provided for any question or comments you may have while working on your project.
Graham is just an example of the many bears you can make from this pattern. Using different colors and weights of thread or yarn will result in many different looking bears. So be creative and have fun!
The finished product and supplies are NOT included.
For your convenience this pattern available as a pdf file you can download immediately after purchase.
*** If you choose to make and sell a bear from this pattern, I respectfully request that you give credit to Thread Heads by Deb(c). I also request that you do not copy, share, resell, forward, or re-write this pattern and sell it as your own. All rights to this pattern are owned by Debbie Grutzius of Thread Heads by Deb(c). The finished bear is for display only and not intended for children. Thank You for your cooperation!
Thread Heads by Deb(c) 2013
200 yards of Lace weight