Crochet Gingerbread Bear Pattern

Crochet Gingerbread Bear Pattern

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Crochet Gingerbread Bear

Crochet Gingerbread Bear

The Crochet Gingerbread Bear is based on the Crochet Valentine Bear, both designed by Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me. The differences between the bear are visually obvious whereas the Gingerbread version doesn’t have the heart stomach and it has 2 rounds of white in the arms and feet.

These are easy to make and relatively quick as well. So if you have someone that surprises you and you need a gift idea, this could be it.

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Both versions are really nice and these make for a great keepsake project to make. Technically, the pattern is really generic that you could do a bear for every season if you felt like it.

The video tutorial has been re-edited to include information about the changes in the pattern but you need to download the original Valentine Bear Version and then just make the small changes in the legs as Sarah points out in her article.

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Yarnspirations Patterns

Free Pattern: Crochet Gingerbread Bear with changes.

Yarnspirations Patterns

Free Pattern: Crochet Valentine BearOriginal Pattern that the Gingerbread is using.

Tutorial

Same Instructions with Subtitles

There is a small insert showing the difference at the beginning of the tutorial above, but then it’s playing this tutorial below. This below has been subtitled by our closed captioning volunteer team.

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