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« on: October 02, 2008 10:35:32 AM »

Bearbee Pattern


 
This little creature is from one of my favorite shows called Kyou Kara Maou! and it is my first project to post instructions for, as well as my first completed project that I made a pattern up, so hopefully these will help you.

Required Supplies:
Any brand of pink (or baby pink), yellow and black yarn (I used 4 or medium for size)
Size 3.75 mm (F5) crochet hook
Polyfiber stuffing
Felt (for eyes, nose, and wings)
Black and yellow pipe cleaners (for antennas)
Yarn needle
Sewing needle and white thread

Head (pink only)
Row #   Instructions   # of Stitches in Row
1   Sc around ring 6 times   (6 st)
2   Inc in each st                (12 st)
3   Sc then Inc around   (18 st)
4   Sc 2 then Inc around   (24 st)
5   Sc 3 then Inc around   (30 st)
6   Sc 4 then Inc around   (36 st)
7   Sc 5 then Inc around   (42 st)
8-15   Sc around                (42 st)
16   Sc 6 then Inc around   (48 st)
17   Sc 7 then Inc around   (54 st)
18-19   Sc around                (54 st)
20   Sc 7 then Dec around   (48 st)
20   Sc 6 then Dec around   (42 st)
21   Sc 5 then Dec around   (36 st)
22   Sc 4 then Dec around   (30 st)
23   Sc 3 then Dec around   (24 st)
24   Sc 2 then Dec around and finish   (18 st)

Body (all 3 colors used)

Row #   Instructions                          # of Stitches in Row
1   Sc around ring 6 times                (6 st)
2   Inc in each st                             (12 st)
3   Sc then Inc around                (18 st)
4   Sc 2 then Inc around                (24 st)
5   Sc 3 then Inc around(switch to black after)   (30 st)
6   Sc 4 then Inc around(switch to yellow after)   (36 st)
7   Sc 5 then Inc around                (42 st)
8-9   Sc around (switch to black after)   (42 st)
10   Sc around (switch to yellow after)   (42 st)
11-13   Sc around (switch to black after)   (42 st)
14   Sc around (switch to pink after)   (42 st)
15-21   Sc around                             (42 st)
22   Sc 5 then Dec around                (36 st)
23-24   Sc around                             (36 st)
25   Sc 4 then Dec around                (30 st)
26-27   Sc around                             (30 st
28   Sc 3 then Dec around                (24 st)
29   Sc 2 then Dec around and finish   (18 st)

Arms (pink only)

Row #   Instructions   # of Stitches in Row
1   Sc around ring 5 times   (5 st)
2   Inc in each st                (10 st)
3   Inc in each st                (20 st)
4-8   Sc around                (24 st)
9   Sc 2 then Dec around   (18 st)
10-12   Sc around and finish   (18 st)

Legs (pink only)

Row #   Instructions   # of Stitches in Row
1   Sc around ring 6 times   (6 st)
2   Inc in each st                (12 st)
3   Inc in each st                (24 st)
4-10   Sc around                         (24 st)
11   Sc 2 then Dec around   (18 st)
12-14   Sc around and finish   (18 st)



Tail (pink only)

Row #   Instructions   # of Stitches in Row
1   Sc around ring 6 times   (6 st)
2   Inc in each st                (12 st)
3   Sc then Inc around   (18 st)
4   Sc 2 then Inc around   (24 st)
5-6   Sc around                (24 st)
7   Dec around and finish   (12 st)

Ears (pink only)

Row #   Instructions   # of Stitches in Row
1   Sc around ring 6 times   (6 st)
2   Inc in each st                (12 st)
3   Sc then Inc around   (18 st)
4   Sc 2 then Inc around   (24 st)
5   Sc around                (24 st)
6   Sc 2 then Dec around   (18 st)
7   Sc then Dec around   (12 st)
8   Dec around and finish   (6 st)

Wings

For the wings, you can be as creative with them as possible with the design. I did this.

Cut 4 identical pieces of white felt and sew them in pairs together with any type of thread. Then stuff the wings with the polyfiber slightly to give them a little puffed look.

Final Instructions

Now make the face, sew it on as well (or use fabric glue), also the ears and antenna (use the yarn needle to attach), and stuff the head.
To make the paws more flat, I inserted small cardboard disks to the base of the arms and legs. Then stuff the arms, legs and tail. After this, I cut up some beige fabric and made paws for him. With the yarn needle, attach the arms, legs, tail, and wings to the body and stuff the body.
Attach the head to the body, and you should be done. Enjoy your bearbee ^_^.
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« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2008 03:43:14 PM »

Really cute Thanks for sharing the pattern   Wink
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« Reply #2 on: October 02, 2008 08:13:44 PM »

 Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Love those antennae!  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
Really nice job!
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« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2008 05:06:15 AM »

So cute!!!  Thank you for sharing your pattern.  Cheesy
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« Reply #4 on: October 03, 2008 07:42:50 AM »

awe, that is such a cute bear bee Grin  Thanks for sharing the pattern too!
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« Reply #5 on: October 04, 2008 11:36:14 AM »

thank You for pattern! Wish I had time to crochet this cute Bearbee  Embarrassed
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« Reply #6 on: October 04, 2008 08:39:00 PM »

Thanks for the comments ^_^
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