One of the fun September holidays that you might want to let inspire your crochet work is Teddy Bear Day on September 9th. Everyone needs a teddy bear, especially kids who can be comforted by that cuddly creature in their younger years and then carry that forward with them into adulthood. Here are ten adorable teddy bear crochet patterns you can craft by hand.
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So often teddy bears are used to cuddle with while falling asleep, so this Sleepy Bear is the perfect teddy bear crochet pattern. It's a free crochet pattern by Squirrel Picnic who also shows some of the other teddy bears she has crocheted in the post where you'll find this pattern.
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This cute teddy bear has perfect details down to the little paw prints made in a slightly different colored yarn than the teddy's body. It's a free crochet pattern by Crochet Pandemic that is offered through Ravelry. Made according to the pattern it will stand up at about 18" tall.
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This little teddy bear has so much personality! And you can customize it to suit any occasion. The one shown here is designed as a Valentine's Bear (or a bear for someone you love at any time of year!) It's a free crochet pattern from B.Hooked Crochet.
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Make a tiny little crochet teddy bear that works up quickly and can go with you everywhere. This free crochet pattern from SnuggleMe is available as a download on Ravelry.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Here is another small teddy bear crochet pattern, and it's also free. What makes it different from the one above? It's got bigger ears, which gives it a different type of cuteness, and it is available as a video tutorial pattern. This crochet pattern is by Sharon Ojala.
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Hook and Stitch Crafts calls this is a classic crochet teddy bear, and it's clear why! It's an adorable, cuddly little brown bear with a bold red crochet scarf. Cute and fun to make!
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Buttercup Bear is a pretty yellow version of a classic teddy bear. It's a free crochet pattern by Janet McMahon of Yellow, Pink, and Sparkly. The yellow color makes it a great gift for springtime, children, and people who are in the hospital and need some bright, sunny cheering up! It's a great crochet pattern if you make teddy bears for charity.
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There are so many different variations on the classic crochet teddy bear. Make a whole set of them to create a collection of cuties! This one is a free pattern by Crafty Hanako.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Take the idea of a stuffed teddy bear and turn it into a rattle for baby with this cute free crochet pattern from Is It A Toy.
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