Teddy Bear Patterns For Free, To Knit, Sew Or Crochet

Teddy bears are still a favorite among children and you can find a lot of sewing patterns on the Internet. Surfers entered the search for free teddy bear patterns 6,600 times in Google last month, so there is a healthy market for those who wish to make their own teddy bears. There are patterns that fit your skills, even if you don't know how to crochet or sew.

Below are some websites that have free teddy bear patterns, so you can get an idea of what's out there to choose from.

Crochet Teddy Bear

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Here is an adorable free bear pattern for those who love to crochet. Crochet, an old needle craft from the past, is still used to make many crafts today. Newbies and experienced crochet buffs alike will be able to work this free pattern. The more advanced crocheter can take the simple pattern and add some more advanced features to it easily. You will find a list of materials needed and the tools you should have to complete this fun bear when you get the pattern. You must work the snout into the pattern because the mouth is crocheted separately and sewn on latter, as well as the eyes that are made from felt. Since little fingers may be able to pry off the eyes and mouth, this bear is not recommended for small children.

Mr Bean Style Teddy Bear

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Mr. Bean Teddy Bear is a popular teddy bear character with his own TV series and movie in England and Australia. If you love a tightly-knitted circular pattern, you will love this Mr. Bean Bear. His color is dark brown yarn for the body, but his hand are pale beige, making it so cute. The nose and mouth are embroidered in black thread while his eyes are two large blue buttons that are sewn on in an "X" pattern. This bear works great for small children as long as you substitute the eyes for something soft.

Candy Corn Bear by Lauralynn

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The Candy Corn Bear can be found at teddies by Lauralynn. Candy Corn Bear is sewn together by hand or on a sewing machine. Lauralynn thought of everything to make constructing Candy Corn Bear as easy as possible. Included in her materials is a supply list that you will need, along with directions and how you can purchase the materials from her site. Teddies by Lauralynn even offers a Teddy Bear Bookstore, where you can fine books with instructions of how to create other teddy bears. The Candy Corn bear makes a great centerpiece for a fall gift basket. Candy Corn Bear is not for small children.

Sebastian by Lauralynn

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Sebastian, a tan 9 inch bear by Lauralynn can also be sewn by hand or by a machine due to the mohair fur fabric. As usual, she includes the patter, materials list, and complete instructions for each step. Sebastian is another bear not recommended for small children.

You will find free teddy bear patterns everywhere online that you can sew, knit, or crochet. A simple search on your favorite browser, using "free teddy bear patterns" will turn up more than you can handle.