Monday, March 28, 2016

Amigurumi Angel Bear

To read about the Kayden Project go here
                or watch the video introduction to the project.

All the parts for the Angel Bear have written patterns but each one also has a full video tutorial. Even those with little to no crochet experience will have the opportunity to make one.
If you have made an Angel Bear and would like to contribute to the Kayden Project, email a photo of your bear to and write how pregnancy or infant loss has affected you. Once I have a few of your submissions I will update this page so check back for that update.

Written patterns:

Video tutorial playlist on youtube:


    1. I love this idea. I too am a mother who lost 3 babies. 1 stillborn at 5 months old, Morningdove Serawop, and 2 @ 8 weeks old. The hospital let me have one naturally and the other taken out. I understand your nieces pain. A mother shouldn't have to see any of her babies go before her.I'm here and I have a good listening ear for mothers with pregnancy loss.

    2. I love also this idea. Greetings Tinne

    3. Thank you so much for this beautiful item. I lost the only baby that I knew foe sure that I was pregnant with in January 22,1977. My husband and I had been married a month when I got pregnant. We both were very you;g and nieve. I was16 and he was 21. I didn't realize I was pregnant until two weeks before I lost my angel. I blame myself for the loss for being so dumb. I was 4 1/2 months and started bleeding. No one knew except myself and my husband. He thought that I was bleeding so much because I has to go off the bith control pill because it was causing me problems. So on one of the coldest mornings on record in Florida I started bleeding real bad and hurting like I never hurt before. To make a long story short. I lost my beautiful baby. I am not sure if the baby was a girl or boy but I feel in my heart that the baby was a boy. Little Logan Levi. He would have been 40years old in July. I was never able to get pregnant again. People try to say the right thing but there is nothing that can be said or done to take that hurt and pain away. Thank you for the kindness that you have shown.

    4. As a retired Hospital Chaplain (Children's Hospital & General Maternity) I have on too many occasions had to help people in similar situations. The idea of a Memory Box (not around when I lost my 3 babies)is one we championed here in the UK.and the poem is beautiful. I'm sure your niece's story will touch many, many hearts. Love & Prayers Moira


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