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Crochet Mimi Teddy Bear Amigurumi

Apr 02, 2024 06:39 AM
Crochet Mimi Teddy Bear Amigurumi

Create your very own adorable Mimi Teddy Bear using the art of crochet! This fun and creative project involves using colorful yarn to crochet a cute amigurumi toy that will surely bring a smile to anyone's face. With just a few basic crochet stitches and some stuffing, you can bring this lovable teddy bear to life. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced crocheter, this project is perfect for anyone looking to add a handmade touch to their collection of stuffed animals. The Mimi Teddy Bear amigurumi is a great gift idea for children, friends, or even as a cute decoration for your own home. You can customize the colors and details of your teddy bear to make it truly unique and special. Crocheting this adorable toy is not only a fun and relaxing activity, but it also allows you to unleash your creativity and imagination. So grab your crochet hook and yarn, and get ready to create a one-of-a-kind Mimi Teddy Bear that will be cherished for years to come.


Yarn: Alize Cotton Gold – Orange (83), White (55), Black (60), Terracotta (89), Green (612)
Hook No. 1.9
Needle with a large eye
Wool and felting needle or white foamiran
Eyes – half beads
Glue moment

sc : Single Crochet
inc : Increase
dec : Decrease
tr : Triple Crochet/ Treble Crochet
st: Stitch
dc : Double Crochet
hdc: Half Double Crochet
sl-st : Slip Stitch
ch : Chain : make increase into same stitch as many as the number which is given in front of “inc” abbreviation (exp; 3inc, 4inc..).
FLO : Crochet into front loops only
BLO : Crochet into back loops only
BL : Bobble Stitch – do 5dc all in the same stitch and then yarn over and pull through all the loops on your hook (the original loop + 1 loop for each partially completed dc).

1. In orange, knit 6 sc into the amigurumi ring (6)
2. inc х 6 (12)
3. One Row unchanged (12)
4. (1 sc, inc) х 6 (18)
5. One Row unchanged (18)
6. (2 sc, inc) х 6 (24)
7. One Row unchanged (24)
8. (3 sc, inc) х 6 (30)
9. One Row unchanged (30)
10.(4 sc, inc) х 6 (36)
11. One Row unchanged (36)
12.(5 sc, inc) х6 (42)
13. One Row unchanged (42)
14.(6 sc, inc) х6 (48)
15.– 20. Knit 6 Rows without change (48)
21. (6 sc, dec) х6 (42)
22. (5 sc, dec) х6 (36)
23. (4 sc, dec) х6 (30) Start stuffing your head.
24. (3 sc, dec) х6 (24)
25. (2 sc, dec) х6 (18)
26. (1 sc, dec) х6 (12)
Reduce to the end, cut the thread and leave the tip for sewing

1. In orange, knit 6 sc into the amigurumi ring (6)
2. inc х 6 (12)
3. (1 sc, inc) х 6 (18)
4. (2 sc, inc) х 6 (24)
5. (3 sc, inc) х 6 (30)
6. (4 sc, inc) х 6 (36)
7. -10. Knit 4 Rows without change. Change the color to white in the last loop. You can cut the orange yarn. (36)
11. Knit another Row without change (36)
12. One Row unchanged, but behind the back of the loop. (36)
13.-14. We knit 2 more Rows without changes. (36)
14. 12 sc, dec х 6, 12 sc (30)
15. (3 sc, dec) х6 (24)
16.-18. We’re going to have three Rows unchanged. (24)
19. (2 sc, dec) х6 (18)
We fill our little body, cut the yarn and fix it

Now let’s return to the left loops of the 12th Row and knit the skirt according to the following pattern:
white (3 sc, inc) х6 (30)
three rows without change (30), in the last loop we change the color of the yarn to green.
(4 sc, inc) х6 (36)
two Rows unchanged (36) Cut off all the yarns, hide the ends.

Handles (2 times)
1. Orange in the amigurumi ring 6 sc (6)
2. inc х 6 (12)
3. (1 sc, inc) х 6 (18)
4. -5. Knit two rows without changes (18)
6. (4 sc, dec) х3 (15)
7. -9. Knit 3 Rows unchanged. (15)
10. (3 sc, dec) х3 (12)
11. -13. Knit 3 Rows unchanged. (12)
14. Fill in, decrease the loops to the end. Connect the second handle in the same way.

Legs (2 times)
1. Terracotta yarn connect into an amigurumi ring 6 sc (6)
2. inc х 6 (12)
3. (1 sc, inc) х 6 (18)
4. (2 sc, inc) х 6 (24)
5. Work one Row unchanged, but behind the back of the loop.(24)
6. We knit another Row without changes. In the last loop, change the color to orange (24)
7. -12. Work 6 Rows unchanged. (24)
13. (2 sc, dec) х6 (18)
14.- 15. Two Rows unchanged. (18)
We begin to fill in the detail.
16. (1 sc, dec) х6 (12)
17. One Row unchanged. (12)
18. dec х 6.
Pull off the loops, leave the tip for sewing. We knit the second leg in the same way.

1. Black in amigurumi ring to connect 7 sc, ch, turn (7)
2. One Row unchanged, ch, turn (7)
3. inc, 5 sc, inc (9)
Cut the yarn, leave the tip for sewing.

Ears (2 times)
1. Orange in the ring amigurumi connect 6 sc (6)
2. inc, 5 sc (7)
3. inc, 6 sc (8)
4. inc, 7 sc (9)
5. inc, 8 sc (10)
6. inc, 9 sc (11)
Cut the thread, leave the tip for sewing. Connect the second ear in the same way.

1. White in amigurumi ring connect 6 sc (6)
2. inc х6 (12)
3. One Row unchanged (12)
4. (1 sc, inc) х6 (18)
5. One Row unchanged(18)
6. (2 sc, inc) х6 (24)
7. One Row unchanged, changing the thread to orange in the last loop (24)
8. -14. Seven Rows unchanged (24)
15. (2 sc, dec) х6 (18)
16. -17. Two Rows unchanged (18)
18. (1 sc, dec) х6 (12)
Stuff in a little, fold both edges and knit 6 sc. Cut the yarn, leaving the tip for sewing.

Assembly and design
1. First, sew the head to the body. We fix the yarn, hide the ends.
2. Then we sew the handles. We place them symmetrically along the body. If everything suits you, we sew. We fix the thread, hide the ends.
3. Now we sew on the legs. We also arrange them symmetrically along the body. They should form a line with the arms.
4. We sew the nose and ears.
After sewing on all the details, the Chanterelle should look like this:

5. We start to make eyes.

To do this, take a small piece of wool for felting, roll a ball out of it, and then flatten it into a pancake.
We put this pancake in place of our eye and start to roll. The size of the white of the eye will depend on which pupil you choose. The bee-bears have small eyes, so we will try to make them like that.
To get an even edge of proteins, you need to twist the wool into a thin bundle and weld it around the entire circumference. After our edges have leveled off, it remains only to glue the pupil or weld it from black wool.
From foamiran:

To do this, take a piece of white foamiran, draw two circles and attach the selected pupils. If everything suits you, we cut out the proteins, glue the pupils to them. Then we glue the eyes to the head, embroider eyebrows, a smile and eyelashes with a black thread.

That’s all! The chanterelle is ready!

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