Teddybear photo props set. The first one.

I designed this set almost year ago, at the beginnig of my Krampolinka crochet “career” and I shared this free pattern with you on my FB page. Since this website is growing a little bit I decided to transfer it here so it is more convenient and mainly you can find all my free patterns in one place.

Teddybear photo props set
Pants size: bigger baby, at about 5-6 kg!
Hat circumference: 40 cm/15.74 in
Yarn: Himalaya Baby Dolphin Chenille Yarn  pictures here  and Camilla 100% cotton black and white
Yarn alternatives for overseas are:
– YarnArt Dolce
– Kartopu Yumurcak
– Universal Yarn Bella Chenille
– Katia Bambi
– King Cole Yumi
– Red Heart Velvety – THIS IS THE TOP ONE FOR YOU
Weight: Super Bulky
Meterage: 100 g (3.53 ounces)/120 m (135 yards) (! be careful original yarn Himalaya is a little bit thinner than Bernat blanket yarn so the result might vary)
Hook size: 6mm/J or 10 (I crochet pretty tight so you may need smaller hooks) and 3 mm (for thinner yarn for eyes)
Decorative buttons – three pieces
Stuffing – for nose
Cloth
Needle and thread
Time: at about 2-3 hours

Suitable for beginners.

US terminology:
MC – Magic Circle
Sl St – slip stitch
CH – chain stitch
SC – single crochet
DC – double crochet

Each row starts with either 1 CH = Single Crochet or 2 CH = Double Crochet and ends with SlSt. With the use of markers you can crochet around (hat) without using SlSt.
Hat (hook 6mm)

  • 1st row: 8 DC into magic circle
  • 2nd row: 16 DC (two into each DC from previous row)
  • 3rd row: 32 DC (two into each DC from previous row)
  • 4th – 8th row: 32 DC
  • 9th row: 32 SC around the hat
Ear (hook 6 mm – crochet twice)
  • 1st row: 8 DC into magic circle (turn)
  • 2nd row: 16 DC (two into each DC from previous row) (turn)
  • 3rd row: 16 DC
  • you should end up with a semi-circle
Nose (hook 6mm)
  • 1st row: 9 DC into magic circle
  • 2nd row: 18 SC (two into each DC from previous row)
  • 3rd row: 24 SC (two into every third SC from previous row)
Eyes (hook 3mm – crochet twice)
Black cotton yarn
  • 1st row – 10 SC
  • 2nd row – 2 SC into each SC from previous row (20 SC)
  • for bigger eyes change SC to HDC

White cotton yarn

  • Embroider the white part of the eyes.

 

 

Pants:

  • Start with 19+3 chain (back part of the pants)
  • 1st row: 19 DC (the rest is the substitution for the first DC)
  • 2nd row: 20 DC
  • 3rd row: 20 DC
  • 4th row: 20 DC
  • 5th row: decrease to 18 DC (one from left and one from right)
  • 6th row: decrease to 16 DC
  • 7th row: decrease to 4 DC
  • 8th row: decrease to 12 DC
  • 9th row: decrease to 10 DC
  • 10th row: decrease to 8 DC
  • 11th row: decrease to 8DC
  • 12th row: increase to 10 DC (add one to left and one to right)
  • 13th row: increase to 12 DC
  • 14th row: increase to 14 DC
  • 15th row: increase to 16 DC
  • 16th row: increase to 18 DC
  • 17th row: 18 DC
  • 18th row: 18 DC
  • 19th row: 18 DC
Side parts for button and unbutton the pants:
  • Start from back part of the pants and crochet the flaps to the side (look in the picture bellow)
  • 1st – 4th row: 7 DC
  • Make another flap on the opposite site. No special buttonhole for buttons. The space between DC is wide enough for the button going through.
  • Go with SC around the pants or you can use eyelash yarn for better effect.

Finish:

Cut two half/semi-circles from the cloth smaller than the ears and neaten them (in hand or on sewing machine). Sew them on the ear. Attach the safety nose and stuff the nose with stuffing. Sew it on the hat. Sew both ears on the hat and sew the eyes. Then embroider the mouth of the Teddy. Cut square/rectangle from the cloth. Neaten it (in hand or on sewing machine) and sew it on the back part of the pants. Sew the buttons.
TIP: for smaller size start with chain 16+3 and make only 18 rows ending with 15 DC.

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Katy