Thursday, February 27, 2014

Teddy Bear Granny Square Tutorial




And finally, here it is, Teddy Bear Granny Square Tutorial! My very first one!

For this granny square, as for my Teddy bear baby blanket I used 100% cotton yarn 125m/50gr called "Tango" manufactured by St. George, and 3.5 mm crochet hook. The tutorial is written in U.S. terms.

Stitches you will use:
Single crochet - sc
Half double crochet - hdc
Double crochet - dc
Treble (or triple) crochet - tc
Slip stitch - sl st

Special stitches:
Standing double crochet - you can see here how to do it

You also will need beads for the eyes. I used 4mm black plastic beads.

To start:


6 sc in magic ring


slip stitch into the first sc, then chain 1


single crochet in the same stitch,


then 1 single crochet in each sc around (6 sts),


slip stitch into the first sc


Row 3: chain 1, 2 sc in the same stitch, then 2 sc in each sc around. You should have 12 stitches (as it is shown in the picture)

then, slip stitch into the first sc. Fasten off. The muzzle is done.

I changed the color for the face of the bear, but you can use the same color if you want. But in that case you should string the beads on the yarn before you start the muzzle.

Before starting Row 4, you should string beads (2 of them) onto the yarn. You can see here how to do it.


Join in a new color by Standing double crochet. You can also start the row with chain 3, but I didn't want the beginning to be visible, so I prefer beginning with Standing double crochet.


double crochet into the same stitch


continue working 2dc in each stitch, and when you make 9 dc, drag the bead to the last dc you made(as it is shown in the picture) and make double crochet in the same stitch. You've just made an aye.


Continue making 2 double crochet into each stitch. It should be 6 dc between the eyes (in the picture). Then again, drag the second bead and make dc in the same stitch.


Continue around the circle in the same way, making 2 double crochet into each stitch. You should have 24 dc (picture). Then, slip stitch into the first dc you made after the Standing double crochet. The arrow indicates where you should make slip stitch


chain 3 - counts as a double crochet


double crochet into the same stitch


1 double crochet into next stitch


*2 dc in next stitch, 1 dc in next stitch*, repeat from * around


When you finish the row with 2 dc in stitch, make 1 dc in the space where the arrow indicates in the picture


slip stitch into top of initial 3 chain. You should have 36 stitches. Cut the yarn and pull through the stitch.

Now, we will change the color to make background. And we will work in back loops only. It is important, because we will make ears in front loops, later.


It is very important where to start our final row. The arrow indicates the stitch where we should start. It's the stitch next to the last stitch of the previous round.


join in new color by chain 3 (counts as dc), and remember, you will work in back loops only!


2 dc in next stitch


2 treble crochet in next stitch


chain 2, 2 treble crochet in next stitch


2 dc in next stitch, dc in next stitch, 1 hdc in next 3 stitches


dc in next stitch, 2 dc in next stitch, 2 tr in next stitch, chain 2, 2 tr in next stitch - you've just made the second corner


2 dc in next stitch, dc in next stitch, 1 hdc in next 3 stitches, dc in next stitch, 2 dc in next stitch, 2 tr in next stitch, chain 2, 2 tr in next stitch


2 dc in next stitch, dc in next stitch, 1 hdc in next 3 stitches


dc in next stitch, 2 dc in next stitch, 2 tr in next stitch, chain 2, 2 tr in next stitch, 2 dc in next stitch, dc in next stitch, 1 hdc in next 3 stitches - the background is finished! Cut the yarn and pull through the stitch. You will not do the slip stitch.


You will make an invisible join. Thread a needle and insert it through loops from back to front, as it is shown in the picture


then insert needle back into your last stitch - through back loop only, from front to back - as it is shown in the picture


It should looks like this. You can't see the join.


Now, the ears. You should determine where the ears will be. I put the pins to indicate where you should start and finish the ears. It should be 5 stitches between them.


We will first make the right ear. I inserted the hook into the loop where you should start. As you can see, it's the fourth stitch from the pin.


slip stitch, then skip one stitch and work 6 dc in next stitch


skip one stitch and slip stitch into the next stitch. You've just finished the right ear.


Count 5 stitches from the right ear and start the left ear in the sixth stitch. Chain 1, skip one stitch, 6 dc in next stitch, skip one stitch, slip stitch into next stitch.


Now it's time to embroider the muzzle. Take the black yarn, and do it. I used a little thinner yarn, but you can use whatever yarn you want.


And there you have your Teddy Bear Granny Square!

Now, you can make baby blankets, pillows, garlands, Pincushions, whatever you want. Have fun with this pattern!

If you encounter any mistake or problem with this pattern, let me know in the comments.



I would like to see what you come up with.

162 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for providing this tutorial!! It is simply adorable, and I am going to give it a whirl myself!! I posted your post on my FB Fan Page, Sanderellas

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    1. So Sweet ! Thank you so much for the pattern.!

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    2. Thank you very much, cute teddy bear pattern.

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing. The teddy squares are absolutely adorable, I am in love :)

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  3. I can just only say it's gorgeous!!!

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  4. Hello! First time commenting,I really enjoy your blog. These bears are adorable! I could see them (without border)as a change purse or in chunky yarn and a little girls purse, stuffed, with a stem as baby rattle, also as a baby bib, well the list could go on.lol Thanks for sharing. :)

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  5. Lepo, enostavno, efektno. Čestitke.

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  6. Hello, I am a first timer as well with stitching Amigurumi style patterns. I very much enjoy your tutorial and going to try and make this today. I find your instructions very clear and easy to follow.

    One thing I do wonder, did you use the entire skein of the cotton yarn?

    https://www.facebook.com/Karikyn

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    1. Thank you! Please share the link here when you finish, I'd like to see it!
      No, I didn't use the entire skein of yarn for one granny square, if you asked me that.

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  7. thank you thank you ......this is so adorable. i am expecting an i am going to make it for my baby.

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  8. Muito obrigada pela generosidade. Esse trabalho é lindo!

    Eneida

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  9. Thank you for this wonderful tutorial, this square is adorable!

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  10. So cute! Thank you for the tutorial!

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  11. Thank you so very much for your kindness in sharing this adorable pattern. Love it!!

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  12. I’d like to feature your pattern on my blog, Moogly, next month! I’ll include a photo and the link, but never the written pattern itself. Please let me know if you have any objections!

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    1. Yes, of course you can feature my pattern on your blog, I'd like that. I love your place! :)

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  13. Dragana, nemam reci koliko sam impresionirana :)))))))))))
    Sandra

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    1. Sandra! Sad se ja znojim i mislim se koliko sam grešaka napravila....(u engleskom naravno) al' nema veze...
      baš mi jako drago da ti se svidja :) ) ) ) ) ) )

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    2. ne brini nista, sasvim je dobro!
      niko ovde ne ocenjuje tvoj engleski, nego tutorial :)

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  15. This looks really wonderful! Good job. Thank you for sharing this! I'll put a link on my page today.

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    1. Thanks! I saw that you put a link on your blog, you're just wonderful! Thanks a lot! :)

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  16. Merci pour ce tuto !! Je vais faire une jolie couverture pour mon futur petit-enfant. J'ai découvert ton blog dernièrement et j'adore tout ce que tu fais. Encore merci.

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  17. This is so delightful! I cant wait to make a blanket using this!

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  18. Wow, your teddy bear blanket is so cute, so gorgeous. Thank you for sharing this tutorial with us. This blanket will be a nice present for a soon to be born baby.

    Love, Margaret

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  19. These are fantastic! Thank you for the very well explained tutorial! I've come over from Color 'n Cream.

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  20. Waaaaaw, Thx for sharing this cute pattern!
    Greets Sofie,
    Fie bakt, haakt en naait!

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  21. Awesome tutorial! So many wonderful and very descriptive pictures. Thank you so much!

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  22. How unbelievably cute! And such a well written tutorial. Thank you very much!

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  23. Thank you so very much for this tutorial! It is absolutely the cutest thing ever and much appreciated! :)

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  24. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing design with us! Your tutorial is fantastic! Hard to believe its your first....it is so clear that it makes me think I can actual do your pattern! Fingers crossed because I have to give it a go...just so darn adorable:)

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    1. You're welcome!
      Yes, you can do the pattern! It's very simple.

      xxx Dragana

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  25. I just went to your blog and admired your finished Teddy Bear Blanket....just beautiful! May I please ask what pattern you used for the non Teddy Bear squares? I love them! Also, how many squares across and down will join? Thank you so♡

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    1. Hi Peg,

      Thank you! :)
      The circle square is similar to Teddy Bear square, only you begin with 12 dc in magic ring (actually chain 3, then 11 dc in ring) - instead of the muzzle, the rest is the same, row 2 - 2 dc in each stitch, row 3 - dc in next stitch, 2 dc in next stitch; repeat that around, and the fourth row is the same as Teddy Bear's, and you work only in back loops.
      My blanket is 83 x 67 cm (with border) and there are 80 squares 8 x 10

      xxx Dragana

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  26. Dear friends,

    Thank you soooo very much for your wonderful comments! :)

    xxx Dragana

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  27. Thanks a lot! This is so beautiful!
    Ciao

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  28. Es un precioso trabajo con un PAP espectacular! Muchas gracias, Dios te bendiga!

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  29. You are amazing for making such beautiful crochet and sharing it with other crochet lovers.
    Regards and Happy weekend.

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  30. Sweetness! Thanks for the tute and I'm gonna croshay a blanket for my grandson. :)

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  31. So cute and what a great idea for the eyes! I found you from Oombawka Designs. Love your bear squares!

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  32. Thanks for such a cute pattern.

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  33. Beau tuto
    Merci
    http://isabeld.canalblog.com

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  34. Thank you so much for sharing and for amazing tutoring. Nezihe

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  35. Cutest thing ever! I wish you had a PDF file on the page so it could be downloaded and printed out.

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  36. Thank you so much for sharing this. It is soooo cute! Great tutorial! Love all the pictures, you make it very easy to follow.

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  37. I just love this blaket tutorial, thanks a lot for sharing your talents with us.
    May i ask where do you buy this Tango Yarn, i have not been able to find it in Mexico, mu country or on line.
    Thank you so much

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    1. Thank you!
      I buy this yarn here, in Serbia, I don't know if they sell abroad.

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    2. Can you advise if there is a website for an online stockist in Serbia where I can buy this yarn. Thank you x

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  38. Thanks for such an excellent pictorial for this lovely block...take a bow :)

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    1. I would also like to feature your page on my Hobby Days Happy Days Group...will only use your Link if that is ok ?

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    2. Yes, of course, it's ok. I'd like that! Thank you! :)

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  39. Awwwww!!! So so cute!!! LOVELY!!!!! <3

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  40. I've just discovered this lovely Teddy bear Granny. It's adorable!

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  41. Świetny kurs!!! Misie są słodkie!!!

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  42. Simplesmente encantador!!! Obrigada por compartilhar!!

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  43. I love this, I came to you via Moogly! I love your little hanging hearts too but cannot find the pattern for the flowers you have added to them, can you help please?

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  44. Thanks for making and sharing this pattern! It is adorable!

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  45. Hello from new fan Jo (aka Crafty Gifts & Cards). Thanks for sharing this amazing tutorial - I can't wait to try this one..!!
    xx

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  46. I'm not that good crocheting but with this tutorial, i hope can learn, Gracias. Thanks. Muy bonito y facil, Prety and easy.

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  47. I am currently planning my posting schedule for my new website at:

    http://makeitcrochet.com

    It is my place on the internet to post beautiful crochet every day and I think your project will fit perfectly!

    In order to post about your project, I would love for you to give me permission to use one of your photos in my post. Please let me know if you have any objections.

    Thank you for your consideration!

    Kim (kim@makeitcrochet.com)

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    1. Yes, you can post about my project on your blog, but please put a link back to my blog.
      Thank you!

      Dragana

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    2. Excellent! Thank you so much. :-)

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  48. Thank you so much for sharing this granny. It is so cute! Great tutorial! Love all the pictures, you make it very easy to follow. I'm going to do one, I live you my blog, for if you want to see them Http://todoenlaboresamano.blogspot.com LABORES A MANO

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  49. Olá

    Que maravilha de granny e que tutorial tão bem explicado. Adorei!
    Guardei, estou desejosa de ser avó e aí vou fazer, deve ficar maravilhosa.
    Beijinhos
    Helena

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  50. Thank you- what a lovely pattern, and you are very generous too. I can't wait to go through my cotton stash and start some squares for GGS>>>> anndmariedownunder :-)

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  51. Amazing tutorial. Thank you very much, Dada! ♥

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  52. Que amor!!

    Obrigada por compartilhar!!

    Ficou adorável!!

    beijinhos,

    Lígia e =^.^=

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  53. I was looking for a panda bear head to put on some slippers and I found this pattern. I used black and white yarn to just make the bear from this pattern and it turned out SO cute!!!!! Thanks so much for sharing this pattern.

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  54. This babyblanket is so cute!

    Thanks for sharing this pattern.
    Willemina Meijer.

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  55. This is just too darned cute. I want to make a doll blanket for my granddaughter. She'll be 3 next month.

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  56. I love this, I came to you via Moogly! I love your little hanging hearts too but cannot find the pattern for the flowers you have added to them, can you help please?

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    1. Thanks! :) The tutorial for the flowers you can find here: http://easymakesmehappy.blogspot.com/2010/07/6-petal-puff-stitch-flower.html
      For the second flower I didn't have tutorial.

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  57. This very cute, going to give it a try, and thanks for sharing.

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  58. Lovely pattern! Thank-you so much for sharing.

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  59. Thank you so very much for sharing this pattern, I'm crazy about bears so I will make a lot of them. Greatings from the Netherlands, Ria

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  60. I was on pinterest and found this beautiful pattern, I am going to make it when i have a grandchild hopefully by next year and I will be better at crocheting ,just started to crocheting and love it .Have a blessed day from vennie South Africa :)

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    1. I've started to crochet just last year and totally fell in love. :)
      Good luck with your crochet projects, have fun! :)

      hugs from Serbia

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  61. Awesome! Your blog is one of my favourite places to visit! :)

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  62. These are the most adorable bears! Thank you so much for sharing your pattern. Now I'm eager to make another baby afghan.
    Laurie

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  63. I would also like to add a huge "thank you"! These squares are soooo sweet - thanks for sharing!

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  64. Wonderful, thanks so much for sharing. As always your tutorials are clear and easy to follow, thank you so much!

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  66. Me ha gustado tanto que la estoy haciendo para mi nieto. Me gustaría saber cuántos cuadraditos le has puesto y como la coses.
    Un saludo.
    Cake.

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  67. I love this. Someone gave me a teddy bear blanket when I was expecting my daughter just over 20 years ago. I would love to give this a try and use it as my goto for baby gifts. How many do you think for a baby blanket?

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  68. Thank´s for shareing. :-) I used your beargranny partly, the bearface to make a nice pair of cosy crocheted socks in wool./Susan

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  69. Thanks for this precious pattern! I'm going to plan something special for it.

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  70. THIS LOOKS LIKE IT WOULD BE FUN TO MAKE. THANK YOU FOR SHARING.

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  71. me encanto como queda, pero tengo un problema y es que me confundo a la hora de hacer la vuelta final, hay alguna manera de poder ver el grafico? gracias
    infortejidos@gmail.com

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  72. Thank you for this pattern. Most adorable!!!!!

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  73. This is darling! I am going to make one for myself. Thank you so much.

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  74. Saw this on a crochet fb page by Kim Guzman! So glad you choose to share this! Thank you so much! Can't wait to work on it!

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  75. I love ,love this thanks so much for the tutorial. Would you mind telling how you join the squares and the border?

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  76. The blanket looks simply fantastic. Thanks for the tutorial.
    I am currently pregnant and I want to make the blanket for my little girl.
    Can you tell me how much wool do you needed?

    Thank you!

    Mona

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  77. Perfect! Very cute.Thanks for sharing! I am going to make dress for my little one!

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  78. I'm doing a cushion for a new born (in July).
    I'm sure that the mother will love it like i do.
    Muriel from France.

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  79. The colors of your St George cottons are wonderfull.
    Could you tell me if I can buy them on a website or somewhere in France ?
    Thank you for your answer. (murieljoly@aliceadsl.fr).
    Muriel from France.

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  80. I just love this pattern. As luck would have it I have a newly born g'son to make this for just two weeks old. I just hope I finish it before his birthday. I still have projects going from when his mom was a newborn. But let's not talk about that.....

    The last crocheting I attempted was not finished either. I wonder what happened to it? I remember my cat at the time got at the yarn, and it was on the top shelf of a closet, how he managed to get up there is a mystery, this cats must smell trouble to get into. I remember there was a mess to clean and untangle, I remember throwing it into a bag. It was that poncho thing that Martha Stewart left prison wearing. How many years ago was that??? That was a nice poncho pattern. Someday....if this goes well...maybe I will attempt that again - from scratch.

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  81. Thank you very much ! The blanket is beautiful! I am from Argentina and I have just made some granny squares but I can't make the slip stich to begin the ears.
    Any help would be greatily appreciate.
    You are so generous for sharing the tutorial with us.
    Thanks again
    Susana

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  82. I am wondering is this pattern written in US or UK crochet terminology?

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  83. Wow its stunning and very cute. I just want to know how many balls of yarns did u use to complete this blanket? I read the comment and u said it sized 83 cm x 67 cm right?

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  84. thanks a lot for the pattern, it`s so very nice. i just tried it and one bear is ready now. but i have one question: is it right that i have to begin the right ear with slip stich, skip one, .... and the left ear with a chain stich??? my bear has the problem that the ears turn down , is it normal or is there a fault on my side??? thank you very much for a short answer, greetings from germany, sibylle

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  85. Thank you so much for this lovely Pattern;-) You are really doing a fantasic work;-)
    I am allowed to sell the finished blanket it on my Page?
    Thnak you so much;-)

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    1. Thank you for your compliments! :)
      Yes, you can sell finished blanket, but please give mi a credit as a designer.

      x D

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  86. Thanks for your nice tutorial. If is it possible, can you tell how many skeins of cotton did you used?

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  87. Die kleinen Teddybären sind total niedlich! Einfach süß!
    LG Petra

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  88. great pattern. goes very quickley. lol might have to. i'ma a 72 yoa gal. thanks for the pattern

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  89. Just finished my first ever Granny Square and it worked perfectly - Thank you!

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  90. These are so cute, can't wait to make them. Thanks.

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  91. Thankyou sooooo much for this tutorial (and the primavera flower tutorial which is on my to do list, so beautiful) I am so enjoying making these squares, each bear has it's own little personality :*) I have a question, did you block your squares and if yes, how did you do it?

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  92. Hi,
    Thank you for this lovely tutorial! Such a beautiful bear, quick and very smart to create it!
    Please come and visit my blog
    http://handmadebycamelia.blogspot.com

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  93. Thank you for this beautiful teddy bear pattern ��

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  94. I love this! Thank you so much for this clear tutorial.

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  95. Can't wait to make this for my granddaughter, Reyna, she will love the bears. I think I will make her an afghan with alternating squares of plain and little bears! Thanks for sharing!

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  96. Thank you for this beautiful tutorial! I shared a link on our Facebook group. We are a group of Dutch women that crochet blankets for children that have a really hard time for various reasons (i.e. cancer, severe autism, fostercare...) The group is called "Berendekens", which means "Bear- blankets"...for bear- warmth en strenght....Many women work on single granny squares, then we assemble and put them together, so the love of many hands goes into the blanket...I know a lot of our members will be really pleased to use your wonderfull tutorial....
    Greetz, Annemiek.

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  97. I love them! Now I know, what I'm doing in summer - bears of course. Thank you!

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  98. Can you elaborate on how to make the ears? I can't figure out how to do it

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  99. Thank you so much for sharing this! It's gorgeous..willing to make one for my bundle of joy! Long wait until my baby's arrival :)

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  100. Hi I am new to your blog~~~no doubt somewhere you have posted what yarn you use for these gorgeous projects. Please would you share that information again. Thank you.

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  101. How do you add a bead to the yarn when it is attached to the skein? Thank you! Adorable pattern. :-)

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    1. beads have to on the string before you start crocheting

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  102. this is an awesome pattern and the best instructions I can't wait to start thanks

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  103. Thank you for sharing this pattern and making the tutorial. I am using baby weight yarn to make my squares and then will assemble them to make a blanket for my new grandbaby, expected sometime this week. I had to play around with the placement of the eyes because my first attempts had them a little off center. But I think this is going to be so cute when I'm finished! I'll try to post a picture when I'm done.

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  104. Great idea and thanks for the pattern! I am a crochet enthusiast too but don't get much time to crochet. Check out my blog here : get-free-crochet-patterns.blogspot.com
    and this is my facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/joli.creations

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  105. This pattern is a real gem!!! Thanks so much for sharing. SMILE

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  106. I just found your blog today and I absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE it! THANK YOU so much for this wonderful tutorial! YAY! I was stressing about something cute to make for a friend who is having a baby boy. Now, you have given me a great idea and a lesson on how to complete it. THANKS A MILLION! Have a great weekend!

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  107. This is an amazing square! I now know what I want to do for my first grandchild, a boy, that is due any time now! I'm so glad I saw your blog in a "share your craft" type of blog! Thank you for the great tutorial!

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  108. When I looked at the directions, it occurred to me that with some changes to the ears and snout this could be a three little pigs pattern, too! so very cute!

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  109. oh my goodness, this is the cutes granny square ever. Thank you so much for sharing. Love it.

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  110. Thank you SO much for sharing this adorable pattern. Your steps were so thorough and clear. I enter afghans in our county fair, and I plan to use this one for next year's granny square entry. Thanks again!

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  111. Have a friend in Australia who tried your bear granny square, but she isn't able to get the bears head squarely on the block. She has redone it a few times but isn't able to get it right. Any suggestions would help. PLEASE

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  112. Neat work there :) If you like teddy bears, check out my blog here: http://teddyeden.blogspot.sg/

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  113. I cant seem to get the stich count right. Has anyone actually made one of these from the instructions above??

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  114. Hi Dragana!
    What a lovely pattern, i have just finished my first granny square with this pattern and it turned out great!! I am planning to do a baby blanket as a gift for a friend who is expecting a baby...
    Erika, from Romania

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  115. Thank you for taking the time to share this beautiful pattern and to share your talents♡
    Penny from Michigan♡

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  116. i hope i can make it i am not god in English resepis but the look so sweet.

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  117. I am an avid doll collector and this Teddy Bear Blanket will look fantastic, stupendous, marvelous, awesome, with any of my dolls! Thank you very much for sharing the pattern with us all!

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  118. Thank You for sharing pattern. I will make one for my new greatgrandbaby to be here soon any day now. LOVE IT

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  119. Hi,
    I have an etsy shop, wondering if you would be ok with me making this to sell? If you are I would also like to link customers to this page of your blog to show where I got the pattern from?
    If this isn't ok just let me know and I won't do anything.
    Thanks
    Lucy

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  120. Thank you for the lovely pattern! May I ask how much yarn you ended up using for the entire blanket?

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  121. Fabulous blanket, THANK YOU! for the tutorial, can't wait to make!

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  122. Gracias por compartir el patrón de la manta de ositos, es precioso. Tienes patrones de anima litos (amiguiri

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  123. Gracias por compartir. Tengo, al igual que otra de tus ciberalumnas, problemas con la orejita. ¿ en donde monto los doble crochet de la oreja, parecen estar en el aire? te agradecería me orientaras. Margargarita

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  125. I am learning to crochet....I so badly want to make these!! Gorgeous :)

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  126. This is really a big help specially for those crochet beginners.

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  127. Would really like to make these, but not being able to print the pattern through function disabled is very frustrating. Such a lovely thing as well

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  128. Hi! I really like this pattern. But... Your teddy-nose seems to be 3D. Mine is just flat... :(
    Could you explain how you create the 3D-dimension in the nose?
    Greets,
    Sanne (the Netherlands)

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  129. Love the pattern. I am going to include it in a Sampler afghan for a new grt.granddaughter. Is it possible to print pattern without all the pictures? I am quite experienced and don't need them. Thank you.

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  130. Just found your pattern, the tutorial is great ! I just found out, I am going to be a grandmother in march, I have the right yarn, starting today !

    Thank you very much !

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