Christmas Bears Hat and Scarf Pattern


Christmas Bears,
This pattern is for the hat and the scarf that will fit the Bears in this pattern. The only difference is these Christmas Bears were made with Red Heart Super Saver yarn and a 4.0 mm (G) hook.

Please note: that there are no written instructions for the snowflake on the red bear's foot. I used embroidery thread to do it. I looked for the easiest snowflake image online that I could find and did my best to make it look like that image. It was all trial and error. I have included some tips on how to embroider an initial in the video tutorial. And you can always leave off the snowflake, it's optional.




Copyright 2014 Author: Sharon Ojala - Amigurumi To Go, All rights reserved

 How to read the rows: Each row has a sequence as given below. Example: 1sc then 2sc in next st means repeat that sequence 1sc then 2sc in next st followed by 1sc then 2sc in next st over and over to the end of that particular row. The number inside the parentheses ( ~ ) is the number of stitches you should have at the end of that particular row.
Add in a marker at the end of row 2 and move that marker at the end of every row.

Supplies:
Red Heart Super Saver in Cherry Red
I used Bernat On the Fringe Yarn in White for the trim but you can use whatever you'd like to use. There's lots of yarn used for trim that you can choose from.
4.0 mm hook *use a smaller hook if you see gaps in your stitches
blunt end yarn needle for weaving in the ends
scissors

Abbreviations:
st = stitch
sc = single crochet
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
sl st = slip stitch
f/o = finish off


*In the video I make the pom pom first then I attach it to the hat at about row 8.
Video tutorial is here

Starting at the top of the hat: Use the same yarn weight and hook size you used to make the bear with
1) magic circle with 6sc (6)
2) 1sc in next 2st then 2sc in next st (8)
3) 1sc in next 3st then 2sc in next st (10)
4-5) 1sc in each st for 2 rows
6) 1sc in next 4st then 2sc in next st (12)
7-8) 1sc in each st for 2 rows
9) 1sc in next 5st then 2sc in next st (14)
10) 1sc in next 6st then 2sc in next st (16)
11) 1sc in each st for 1 row
12) 1sc in next 7st then 2sc in next st (18)
13) 1sc in next 8st then 2sc in next st (20)
14) 1sc in each st for 1 row
15) 1sc in next 9st then 2sc in next st (22)
16) 1sc in each st for 1 row
17) 1sc in next 10st then 2sc in next st (24)
18) 1sc in next 5st then 2sc in next st (28)
19) 1sc in next 6st then 2sc in next st (32)
20) 1sc in each st for 1 row
21) 1sc in next 7st then 2sc in next st (36)
22) 1sc in each st for 1 row
23) 1sc in next 8st then 2sc in next st (40)
24) 1sc in each st for 1 row
sl st next st and f/o. Weave in the yarn tail or work it into the next round ** please see the video for the optional way to trim the hat if you would prefer to use regular yarn instead of the fancy yarn.
25) insert white trim of your choice and sc around the entire edge. f/o and weave in yarn tail

Pom  Pom:
Please refer to this pattern for written instructions on how to make a pom pom. You can make the pom pom any size you like. I show how to make the pom pom in the video tutorial as well.

Scarf:
1) ch 4
2) 1sc in each ch (3)
3-29) 1hdc in each st and for every other row 1dc in each st for 27 rows (ch 2 and turn at the end of every row) (3)
30) ch 1 and turn, 1sc in each st the f/o and weave in the yarn tail

You can add on fringe. Refer to my Christmas Mice pattern here for written instructions on how to do that or view the video instructions if needed.

 
 
I hope you enjoyed the pattern!
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Comments

  1. Guapísimos y preparados para las fiestas y el frio....

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  2. So so lovely n cute

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  3. I believe your Dendrite (snowflake) is very well done! I think I would put one on the front of the bear or the ends of the scarf, just to see what it looks like....I love the foot though. Small, and just adds more cuteness to it. But yours has just enough that it is wonderful and adorable.

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    1. embroidery is a nice addition to amigurumi. I need more practice though, lol but I do love the looks. And thank you for the kind words about my snowflake, I wondered if I should leave it alone. The more I looked the more I thought it didn't look like a snowflake at all haha I almost took it out! So I say thank you so much! I appreciate that :)

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  4. Had a ball making these little guys! Grands will love them? Thanks for the vedieo.

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