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Crochet Bear Applique Free Crochet Pattern

Free Crochet Pattern for a Cute Bear Applique
I have had So many requests for the Bear Applique I used on the Newborn Baby Bear Crochet Cardigan I finally got round to posting it for you. This would look gorgeous used on a hat scarf or even on the backs of mittens for baby! 

With chosen colour, and Hook (you can use any size you are working with for this! 
Chain 3, make 8 single crochet into the first chain on hook. (Do not join, we are now working
in continuous rounds)
Rnd2: 2sc in each stitch around,
Rnd3: *2sc, sc in next stitch* repeat * * around
Rnd 4: 2sc, sc in next 2 sts* repeat ** around
Rnd 5: (Working into 1 stitch) [HDC, 2dc, 1trc, 2dc, HDC, in next stitch], Skip 1st,
sc in next 5sts, [HDC, 2dc, 1trc, 2dc, HDC, in next stitch], sc in next stitch,
slip into next stitch and fasten off.
Weave in ends neatly.
Embroider Eyes and Mouth onto the bear in black thread or yarn, hiding the ends on the opposite side

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Baby Bear Cardigan An Easy Baby Crochet Cardigan Sweater Pattern (Newborn -3 months)

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Baby Bear Crochet Cardigan Pattern
I must admit this is one of the cutest crochet cardigans for a baby boy I have made.  And the Pattern is so easy to adjust to get a different look for your baby sweater jacket.

 I like the button being offset at the front, this is because some baby cardigans can become wet under the chin from dribbling, this smoother edge ensures this area is nice and soft for baby's chin and no buttons rubbing. 

Cardigan is worked from the neck down, from the yoke in one piece.

I used 1 x Ball of 100g Cygnet Aran used for this project.
USING A 4.00mm hook I achieved a  finished chest size of 17inches around. (0-3 months)

Alternative hooks and yarn ideas I have used to make this pattern

I have also made this using (Red Heart Cream Aran ) with a 3.5mm hook, finished Chest size is 17 inches around  (Newborn)
A 4.00mm hook and James C brett Double Knit Gave me Chest size is 17 inches around  (Newborn)

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