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    • Nic Fraser

      Christmas bears knitting pattern

    • Danni Dougherty

      Christmas tree bears - free knitting knit pattern

    • Jayne LM

      Little Christmas tree decorations - free knitting pattern

    • 小梅

      Christmas ornaments- free knitting pattern

    • Jan Galbraith

      how adorable are these baby bears? Free Pattern! Materials needed: 2.25mm needles (size 1 US, UK/Canada 13)a pair of double pointed needles 2.25mm (size 1 US, UK/Canada 13)oddments of 4ply yarn in red and whiteoddments of bear coloured yarn (4ply or DK)a small circle of felt to reinforce the stitching on the facea short length of black yarn for embroidering the facesmall amount of toy stuffing / carded wool6 inch length of ribbona couple of lengths of strong yarn (knitting this pattern in thicker weight yarn and larger needle sizes will give a larger decoration) You can download a pdf to print out here: Download Christmas tree bears from little cotton rabbits Pattern: Cast on 20 stitches with red coloured yarnRows 1&2: K all stitchesRow 3: K2, (K1 white, K1 red) 9 timesRow 4: P all stitches in red continue in stocking stitch with red yarn for a further 6 rows. Cut the red yarn from work leaving a tail of 5 inches or so for seaming later.Row 11: Change to bear coloured yarn and work 8 rows of stocking stitch With a 6 inch long length of strong yarn (one that will not break) thread through the 20 stitches on the needle slipping them off as you go (don’t yet tie off these ends). Take another 6 inch length of the strong yarn and pick up the loops from th

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