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Levi the Baby Bear

from A Morning Cup of Jo Creations
(4) Name: 'Crocheting : Levi the Baby Bear
Levi the Baby Bear
Levi the Baby Bear
Levi the Baby Bear
Levi the Baby Bear

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • single crochet, increase, decrease

Pattern Description:

Levi the Baby Bear was born and raised in Jo's Home, but he has recently discovered the beauty of Northern Californian forests! In the forest, he met a new friend and decided to make that his new home. Now every once in a while, our family will drive out there to visit him and watch how happily he climbs trees and hunts for fish.

Several designers from around the world got together to work with Joke Vermeiren (a graphic designer/publisher in Belgium) to create a pattern book filled with super cute animals. In 2012, our first indie project, a book called Zoomigurumi, was born! :D Since then, more books have been published, and a few of my patterns appear in them. Learn more about our awesome projects by visiting http://www.amigurumipatterns.net/books/

YOU ARE WELCOME TO SELL THE ANIMALS THAT YOU MAKE FROM MY PATTERN! Since you'll be dedicating lots of time and love to crocheting, I'll totally support your efforts to earn some money! :) PLEASE READ the copyright portion of my pattern for more information. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at amorningcupofjo [!at] gmail.com.

I'd love to see the results of your hard work! Please share photos of your new animals on my Facebook wall. www.facebook.com/amorningcupofjocreations

Thanks for visiting this page, and happy crocheting!

<3 Josephine

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • About 4 inches tall


  • - Worsted weight yarn in brown (~70 yrds) - E-4 (3.5mm) crochet hook - Two 6 mm safety eyes - One 15mm safety nose - Fiberfill for stuffing - Craft felt for bear's snout - Fabric glue - Yarn needle for finishing

Suggested yarn:

70 yards of Worsted weight