Cro-Shayley makes the Merry-Go-Round Teddy Bear

Need a big BEAR hug??? Oh man, do I have the perfect, snuggly pattern for you! I had a few skeins of Red Heart Snuggle Bunny in my yarn stash and I was dying to use it to create something soft for my new friend, Weston. Snuggle Bunny is similar to Red Heart Baby Clouds which was the yarn used to create the “oldie-but-oh-so-goodie” Merry-Go-Round Teddy Bear so I thought I’d try it. This finished teddy bear is big and I LOVE IT! Standing approximately 21” tall, longer than some newborns. :)


Merry Go Round Teddy Bear

First the pattern starts with making the ears.
ears

Then the muzzle.
muzzle

Then with Red Heart Super Saver, make the eyes and nose.
eyes and nose

Then onto the arms and legs, stuffing as you go.
arms and legs

Now onto the good stuff…the head and body. I mentioned this before in a previous blog. When crocheting stuffed animals, I love it when designers create patterns where the head and body are made as one piece instead of having the attach the head to the body.
head and body

Once that’s complete then attached the arms.
head and body with arms

Then attach the legs.
head and body with arms and legs

Then attach the ears and muzzle. Ahhhh, it’s looking like a bear!
bear with ears and muzzle

Add the eyes, nose and stitch the mouth and there you have it…..the Merry-Go-Round Teddy Bear! Don’t you just want to give him a BIG bear hug?!?! :)
Merry Go Round Teddy Bear

Check out my pal, Weston, getting a snuggly BEAR HUG from his new Merry-Go-Round Teddy Bear. :)
Weston with Teddy Bear

2 thoughts on “Cro-Shayley makes the Merry-Go-Round Teddy Bear

  1. Doris Sheets

    This is so cute! Iwish I had one. For my bed. Is there a place I can copy it from? Or could you email the pattern to me? I am new here and don’t know h9w things are done. But I will say “thanks” now because I like to be positive …

    • redheart

      Hi Doris, Thank you for your question. You can click on the picture of the pattern or the name of the pattern on the blog post to be taken to the Merry-Go-Round Teddy Bear page. All of the pattern references on our blog posts have links to the pattern. Once you are on the pattern page, you can click “Download Pattern Instructions” underneath the picture to get the free PDF pattern. You can see the Merry-Go-Round Teddy Bear page here. We hope this helps!

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