Ted bear by Mariya Kozlova
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Ted bear

July 2016
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 15 rows = 2 inches
1.3 mm
273 - 295 yards (250 - 270 m)
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

FORMAT: PDF document of 9 pages with detailed instructions and images illustrating the process

SKILL LEVEL: Easy/ Intermediate

FINISHED SIZE: If done with fingering or super fine yarn and 1.3 mm hook, it’s sitting 12” (30 cm) tall

1. Yarn
• Beige (body)
• White (muzzle)

  1. Hook
  2. Fiberfill
  3. Yarn or tapestry needle
  4. Pieces of black felt for mouth
  5. Few plastic (can be used on the cover of plastic containers of ice-cream, for example)
  6. A pair of plastic eyes and nose plastic
  7. A pair of plastic fasteners for hands

• All rounds are worked in a continuous spiral, unless instructed otherwise
• Use a stitchmarker for counting your rounds
• If you prefer to sew parts together, leave a long tail after you finish off. I think the toy looks neater if you sew with a finer yarn. (For example, a seperate piece of thread from the yarn you crocheted with)
• It is easier if you add your fiberfill to all the pieces as you are crocheting them