Toy bears were one always a classic lovey and a lovely toy, that kiddos carried around everywhere. Well, it didn’t change as much since then! Bears, especially amigurumi bears are still lovely toys, that are perfect gifts for birthdays, christenings, baby showers, etc. In other words, take a look at these cool designs and choose one for yourself! Get to work on the exciting projects under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on our Facebook Page and Pinterest in order to discover more creative ideas!
- Designed by Irina Lebzina
This little cutie designed and made by Irina Lebzina is a true classic! I can’t get over how adorable he is. Just take a look at his tiny eyes! However remember to replace them for embroidery for safety reasons. Especially if you’re handing it to a little kiddo. The finished size is 3.15-3.54 inches (8-9cm).
PHOTOS by Irina Lebzina / Ravelry.com
Find original free pattern on Ravelry.
Cinnamon the Mini Bear
- Designed by Julia Chiang
Isn’t Cinnammon the cutest little fellow? He absolutely loves rocking on his chair and reading books. in other words, I’m pretty sure kiddos would love him. However, Cinnamon could be also a lovely gift for an adult! in other words, make sure to crochet this little guy and gift it to your friends!
PHOTOS by Julia Chiang / Ravelry.com
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Cuddle me bear amigurumi
- Designed by Amigurumi Today
Amigurumi Today has so many beautiful toys patterns! I must admit, that this sweet bear is just a timeless classic. The colors is very neutral and on point, his shape is the best, and his eyes are just mesmerizing! The finished size is 15 cm (if you’re using the recommended yarn weight & hook size).
PHOTOS by Amigurumi Today / Ravelry.com
Briggs The Bear
- Designed by Keke Grace
Briggs The Bear by Keke Grace is a little fellow, that loves tea parties and traveling around the world. He could totally do that if you’ll take him with you! One of the ways you can allow him to see the world, is to attach him to your keys or purse. Moreover, you can make Briggs with yarnscraps!
PHOTOS by Keke Grace / Ravelry.com
Peppermint the Polar Bear
- Designed by Crystalized Designs
I remember that when I was a kid, I really loved my fluffy teddy bear and I still have him hidden in my closet somewhere, because teddy bears are meant to be passed from generation to generation! This cutie on the pictures below was made by Crystalized Design and it’s timeless bear, that will last your kiddo forever! Feel free to change the color of the yarn if you want to. The finished size is 11” heigh.
PHOTOS by Crystalized Designs / Ravelry.com
Amigurumi Teddy Bear
- Designed by Amigurumi Today
This sweet little teddy bear on the pictures below was made by Amigurumi Today and it’s absolute cutie, isn’t it? You can easily change the colors and customize it. Just remember to replace any plastic elements, in this case – the eyes, for embroidery for safety reasons.
PHOTOS by amigurumitoday / Instagram.com
Boucle Bear and Bunny
- Designed by Stephanie Jessica Lau
Soft, fluffy and squishy teddy bears are the cutest! This pattern contains instructions on how to make a bear, as well asa bunny. The finished size of the bear is 9″/23 cm tall and the bunny is 12″/30 cm tall. You can make both of them, I’mm sure your kiddo would love such a sweet pair of friends!
PHOTOS by Stephanie Jessica Lau / Ravelry.com