Teddy Bear Woobie

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Teddy Bear Woobie Pattern

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Crocheting: Teddy Bear Woobie
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Teddy Bear Woobie Teddy Bear woobie for boys

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Other

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • magic circle, ch, sc,dc
  • Granny square

Pattern Description:

Having 11 grand children I'm always on the lookout for cute patterns. I've seen these in fabric form, but just felt the need to create it from yarn. Someone bought my grand daughter a cloth one when she was born and she has about worn it out - twice (yes, they had to replace it once). Years ago I watched the movie 'Mr. Mom" and his little boy had a 'woobie' (blanket) that Mr. Mom spent weeks trying to get him to give up. To me it just seemed the thing to make, something fairly small that a child can hold, carry and cuddle with.

Gauge:

When making the Teddy bear the stitches should be fairly even and not too loose. If you choose you can use a size G hook for the bear.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Bear head approx 6 inches, attached blanket 13 inches for a total of 19 inches when held upright. Blanket opens to 18 inches square

Materials:

  • Sizes H and I crochet Hooks, tapestry needle for weaving in tails of yarn. Various color yarns to make the Bear head, snout, arms and small amount of black for the nose. For the blanket I used Red Heart Plush in Blue and White (You will only need about 1/2 skein each)

You Will Also Need:

  • Small amount of premium polyester fiber fill. 2 safety eyes 9 - 12 mm ( your choice)

Suggested yarn:

220 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Red Heart

Colorway:

Any color that suits

About Designer

About Designer

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by Sweetsusieg
Hastings, MI
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For years I've been untangling knots and winding yarn into balls - I've kind of felt a bit like a 'yarn ninja'... "Grasshopper, you must first learn to untangle before you can elegantly create loops into beautiful stitches". Ok, so it wasn't quite that bad but you can bet Mom was sitting next to me saying "You see that mistake? Take it out and start over" It taught me 2 things - 1. do my very ...

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