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worked on this pattern last winter and wanted to post it on here now
that it is out of my notebook and typed up. I know LDS Humanitarian can
use thousands of bears for the little ones, and so can so many other
charities. I hope you will make one for a charity you support. It's a
little bear that is made with love and prayers for the one you make it
for. He could certainly have a little scarf or vest if you want to add
He can be made using up scraps too, rather like the classic Scrappy
Beverly. A. Qualheim, 2008
needles (4) Can be made on straight needles and then sew
oz soft ww
Cast on 15
sts. Divide evenly on 3 needles (5 on each)
23: *Knit 2
together twice, knit 1, repeat from * around. (9)
24: Knit 2
together around, knit 1 at end (6).
Cut 10” yarn tail.
needle and yarn to remove sts from needles.
on 15 with
5 sts on each of 3 dp needles.
16: *k 2
tog, k 1. Repeat from * around (9)
17 - *k 2
tog, k 1; repeat around. (6 sts)
thread on tapestry needle and carefully remove remaining sts from
weave through several times.
on 33 sts
11 sts on
each of the 3 needles. Knit 30 rows.
k2 tog across each needle and there will be 1 st left at end
that. (18 sts)
2: K2 tog
around. (9 sts)
onto tapestry needle and sew remaining sts off needles.
body shut. Stuff with fiberfil.
and out at the neck on the outside, and continue stuffing. Gather top
on 15 sts –
5 on each needle
head, k2 tog. For 2 rows. Gather. Stitch to top of head.
arms and legs and stitch ends shut flat. Sew to body in appropriate
places. Use black yarn to stitch on a little face. You could do
anything for his face really, this is just one example of how it could