Mayra

Amigurumi Bear Free Pattern

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Step 1. Head. Body.
Head.
The foreground color.
1) 2 VP, second loop 6 PRS
2) 6 arr. = 12 PRS
3) 2 PRS, 3 PRS in one loop-2 times, 4 PRS, 3 PRS in one loop-2 times, 2 PRS = 20 PRS
4) 4 PRS, 3 arr., 7 PRS, 3 PIB., 3 PRS = 26 PRS
5)-6) 26 PRS
7) 10 PRs, 7 arr. PSN, 9 PRS = 33 PRS
8) arr., 7 PRS, arr., 1 PRS, 2 PSN, (arr. PSN, PSN) 6 times, 1 PSN, 1 PRS, arr., 6 prs = 42 PRS
9) 1 PRS, arr., 7 PRS, arr., 7 PRS, arr., 4 PRS, arr., 4 PRS, arr., 8 PRS, arr., 5 PRS = 48 PRS
10) 15 PRs, (arr, 6 PRS) 4 times, 5 PRS = 52 PRS
11) 22 PRs, arr., 10 PRs, arr., 18 PRS = 54 PRS
12) 27 PRs, arr., 2 PRS, arr, 23 PRS = 56 PRS
If desired, insert the eyes. 
13)-21) 56 PRS
22) (12 PRS, UB.) 4 times = 52 PRS
23) 5 PRS, UB., (11 PRS, UB.) 3 times, 6 PRS = 48 PRS
24) (10, UB) 4 times = 44 PRS
25) 4 PRS, UB., (9 PRS, UB.) 3 times, 5 PRS = 40 PRS
26) (8 PRS, UB.) 4 times = 36 PRS
27) 1 PRS, UB., (4 PRS, UB.) 5 times, 3 PRS = 30 PRS
28) (3 PRS, UB.) 6 times = 24 PRS
29) (2 PRS, UB.) 6 times = 18 PRS
Beat your head.
30) (1 PRS, UB.) 6 times = 12 PRS
31) 6 UB. = 6 PRS
The hole to pull. 

Body. 
The foreground color. 
1) 2 VP, second loop 6 PRS
2) 6 arr. = 12 PRS
3) (1 PRS, arr.) 6 times = 18 PRS
4) (2 PRS, arr.) 6 times = 24 PRS
5) (3 PRS, arr.) 6 times = 30 PRS
6) 1 PRS, arr, (4 PRS, arr.) 5 times, 3 PRS = 36 PRS
7) (5 PRS, arr.) 6 times = 42 PRS
8) 2 PRS, arr., (6 PRS, arr.) 5 times, 4 PRS = 48 PRS
9)-16) 48 PRS
17) 11 PRS, UB., (6 PRS, UB.) 3 times, 11 PRS = 44 PRS
18) 7 PRS, UB., (5 PRS, UB.) 4 times, 7 PRS = 39 PRS
Color of the shirt.
19) 2 PRS, UB., 12 PRS, UB., 4 PRS, UB., 11 PRS, UB., 2 PRS = 35 PRS
20) 9 PRS, UB., 13 PRS, UB., 9 PRS = 33 PRS
21) 33 PRS
22) 11 PRS, UB., (3 PRS, UB.) 2 times, 10 PRS = 30 PRS
24) 4 PRS, UB., 19 PRS, UB., 3 PRS = 28 PRS
25) 28 PRS
26) 11 PRS, UB., 4 PRS, UB., 9 PRS = 26 PRS
27) UB., 11 PRS, UB., 11 PRS = 24 PRS
The foreground color.
28) (4 PRS, UB.) 4 times = 20 PRS
29) 20 PRS
To beat the body.

Stage 2. Handles. Legs. Ears. Tail. Assembly and Design.
Legs.
The foreground color.
1) 7 V.P., arr. In the second loop from the hook, 4 PRS, 4 PRS in one loop, on the other side 4 PRS, arr. = 16 PRS
2) arr., 5 PRS, 3 PRS in one loop, 2 PRS, 3 PRS in one loop, 5 PRS, arr. = 22 PRS
3) 3 PRs in one loop, 7 PRS, 3 PRS in one loop, 4 PRS, 3 PRS in one loop, 8 prs = 28 PRS
4)-5) 28 PRS
6) UB., 26 PRS = 27 PRS
7) 8 PRS, 6 UB., 7 PRS = 21 PRS
8) 7 PRS, 4 UB., 6 prs = 17 PRS
9) 7 PRS, 2 UB., 6 prs = 15 PRS
10) 7 PRS, UB., 6 prs = 14 PRS
11)-17) 14 PRS
18) 3 PRS, 2 UB., 7 PRS = 12 PRS
Keep your foot down. 
19) 6 UB. = 6 PRS

Handles.
Left hand.
The foreground color. 
1) 2 VP, second loop 6 PRS
2) (3 prs in one loop-2 times, 1 prs) 2 times = 14 PRS
3) 2 PRS, arr., 6 PRS, arr., 4 PRS = 16 PRS
4)-5) 16 PRS
6) 3 PRS, arr., 6 PRS, 2 UB., 2 PRS = 15 PRS
7) 4 PRS, arr., 6 PRS, UB., 2 PRS = 15 PRS
8) 11 PRs. UB, 2 PRS = 14 PRS
9) 14 PRS
Color of the shirt. 
10) 11 PRS, UB., 1 PRS = 13 PRS
11)-13) 13 PRS
14) 11 PRS, UB. = 12 PRS
15)-19) 12 PRS
20) UB., 3 PRS, UB., 5 PRS = 10 PRS
Beat the handle.
21) 5 UB. = 5 PRS
The hole to pull. 
Right hand.
The foreground color. 
1) 2 VP, second loop 6 PRS
2) (3 prs in one loop-2 times, 1 prs) 2 times = 14 PRS
3) 2 PRS, arr., 6 PRS, arr., 4 PRS = 16 PRS
4)-5) 16 PRS
6) 2 PRS, 2 UB., 6 PRS, arr., 3 PRS = 15 PRS
7) 2 PRS, UB., 6 PRS, arr., 4 PRS = 15 PRS
8) 2 PRS, UB, 11 PRS = 14 PRS
9) 14 PRS
Color of the shirt.
10) 1 PRS, UB., 11 PRS = 13 PRS
11)-13) 13 PRS
14) 1 PRS, UB., 10 PRS = 12 PRS
15)-19) 12 PRS
20) 1 PRS, UB., 5 PRS, UB., 2 PRS = 10 PRS
Beat the handle.
21) 5 UB. = 5 PRS
The hole to pull.

Ears.
1) 2 VP, second loop 6 PRS
2) 6 arr. = 12 PRS
3)-5) 12 PRS
Don't do it. Top edges fold together and knit 5 prs. 

Tail.
1) 2 VP, second loop 6 PRS
2) 6 arr. = 12 PRS
3) 6 UB. = 6 PRS
A little bit.

Assembly and Design.
1) Sew the head to the body.
2) Sew the handles.
3) Sew the legs.
4) Sew the ears.
5) stick or sew the eyes.
6) embroider the spout and mouth.
7) If you wish – dress the bear.
8) decorate to your liking.

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  1. Posted by sandy@damonclark.co.za, at

    Have you got an English version of this pattern