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Miniature Thread Crochet Bear Pattern

from Wee Mountain Bears
(4) Name: 'Crocheting :  Miniature Thread Crochet Bear Pattern
 Miniature Thread Crochet Bear Pattern
 Miniature Thread Crochet Bear Pattern
 Miniature Thread Crochet Bear Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should already know how to complete basic crochet stitches, IE sc, sl st, chain, dc, hdc

Pattern Description:

I discovered miniature crocheted bears on line in 2005 and I was amazed at the details captured in such a tiny miniature. I couldn't wait to get started creating my own little bear. I purchased a couple of patterns and set to work. No, this wasn't work it was fun and exciting and soon I was designing my own patterns.

My patterns are written with every level of crocheter in mind. I want you to have fun and enjoy creating your very own crocheted miniature bear. Only basic stitches are used with increases and decreases. Numerous pics are included to give you a good visual of the pieces as you crochet them. The pattern has been tested several times to make it accurate and understandable


no guage is required

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 3 inches tall when completed with cotton crochet thread, size 10


  • cotton crochet thread size 10 in two colors of choice
  • crochet hook, us steel # 7
  • cotton stuffing (packs better than polyfil
  • 2 onyx beads size 3mm for eyes
  • miniature stuffing tool (optional)
  • hole punch set (to punch the whites of eyes
  • small amount of white ultra suade for whites of eyes
  • art pencils for shading around eyes
  • tiny flower or other embellishments
  • cotter pin and disc
  • cotter key or small needle nose pliers

You Will Also Need:

  • scissors
  • black embroidery floss
  • beading needle
  • quilting or other strong thread for jointing