A Simple Description Of Cute Little Bears – Knitting Concept

 

A Simple Description Of Cute Little Bears


A simple description of cute little bears. You will need 30 – 40 grams of yarn of any color and a suitable hook to it; Two beads and yarn like “Iris” for the bings, the spout, the mouth and the claws (black or other suitable color). For the muzzle, palms and heels can take another, lighter color (my teddy bears is white). You also need a filler-synth, synth, comfort, cotton wool or anything of the kind.
The head and the body are one detail. The legs and handles are knit on one and then nailed to the body. The spout and the mouth on the muzzle are comfortable to embroider when it is not sewn to the head yet. It is better to sew eyes and face before you start knitting the body. Ears can be sewn after the teddy bear is ready.

Muzzle
The muzzle is an oval. Knit in a circle:
Tie a chain of 6 air loops (VP); In the second loop from the hook bring 3 bars without a scale (SBN); Further into each loop on one SBN and in the next loop again 3 SBN. Turn over to the other side to knit in a circle and put one RVN in each loop. Thus, in the first “circle” we have turned out 12 SBN.
2nd round: In the following three loops, touch two RVN; Three of the following, one at a The next three are again two; In the last three in this circle-one SBN. Thus, in this circle we will have 18 SBN.
3-th Circle: in 6 following loops, alternating, bring 2 SBN, 1 SBN (three times); In the following three loops, bring one RVN; In the following six loops repeat alternating 2 SBN, 1 SBN (3 times); In the next three loops, bring one SBN. In the third round was 24 SBN.
4-th Circle: in nine following loops bring 1 SBN, 2 SBN, 1 SBN (to repeat three times); In the following three loops, bring one RVN; In nine following loops bring 1 SBN, 2 SBN, 1 SBN (repeat three times); In the next three loops, bring one SBN. It turned out 30 SBN.
5th round: Bring one SBN-30 SBN.
The muzzle is ready. Thread “Iris” above her nose and mouth.

Ears
Knit on a circle of the basic yarn: Make two Air loops (VP) and in the second loop from a hook put 6 SBN. Bring in the second round of the 12 SBN, which means that each loop has 2 SBN. Bring in the third circle of 18 SBN-in each second loop Projazyjaet 2 SBN. In the 4th and 5th circles, take one SBN in each loop-18 sbn in a circle.
The eyelet is ready. Leave the tail to sew the ears to the head. Link the second in the same way.

Head
Start knitting from above, from the top of the yarn of the basic color.
Make 2 VP and put in the second loop from the Hook 6 SBN.
2nd round: In each loop, bring two STB-12 SBN.
3-th Circle: In each second loop bring two SBN (in the other, respectively, one RVN)-18 SBN.
4-th Circle: In each third loop bring 2 SBN (in the other, respectively, also one SBN)-24 SBN.
5th round: In each fourth loop, bring 2 SBN-30 SBN.
6-th Circle: In each fifth loop bring 2 SBN-36 SBN.
7-th Circle: In each sixth loop bring 2 SBN-42 SBN.
8-th Circle: Bring one SBN in each loop-42 RVN.
9-th Circle: in each seventh loop bring 2 SBN-48 SBN.
From the 10th to the 12th round, bring one SBN to each loop, 48 to the RVN.
13-th Circle: Every seventh SBN is in two loops – 42 of the SBN.
14-th Circle: In each loop bring one SBN-42 RVN.
15-th Circle: Each sixth of the SBN is in two loops-36 of the SBN.
16-th row: Every fifth SBN is in two loops-30 SBN.
The 17th round: Every fourth RVN is in two loops-24 SBN.
18-th Circle: Every third RVN is in two loops-18 sbn.
19-th Circle: Each second SBN is in two loops-12 SBN.
The head is ready. Do not cut the thread-the body will start to knit from the same place.
Sew the face (it can be a little crammed). Whip your head tightly and sew eyes (or beads, or buttons). For eyes it is better to make a small deepening, like Glaznitz-so the muzzle will be much more alive. To make the look more cute-knit the upper eyelids.


Body
Continue to knit from the same place where you stopped to knit your head.
1st and 2nd circles: Bring one SBN to each loop-12 SBN.
3rd round: In each second loop, bring 2 RVN-18 SBN.
4th and 5th circles: Bring one SBN to each loop-18 SBN.
6-th Circle: In each third loop bring 2 SBN-24 SBN.
7th and 8th circles: Bring one SBN to each loop-24 SBN.
9-th Circle: In each fourth loop bring 2 SBN-30 SBN.
10th and 11th circles: Bring one SBN to each loop-30 SBN.
12-th Circle: In each fifth loop bring 2 SBN-36 SBN.
13-th and 14-th circles: Bring one RVN in each loop-36 RVN.
The 15th row: Every fifth RVN is in two loops-30 SBN.
16-th Circle: Every fourth RVN is in two loops-24 SBN.
The 17th round: Every third of the SBN is in two loops-18 sbn.
Smash the bear’s body tightly and bring the remaining two laps.
18-th Circle: Each second SBN is in two loops-12 SBN.
The 19th round: each of the first RVN in two loops-6 SBN.
Legs
We start knitting by analogy with the muzzle.
Tie a chain of 6 EAP; In the second loop from the hook to bring 3 SBN; Further into each loop on one SBN and in the next loop again 3 SBN. Turn over to the other side to knit in a circle and put one RVN in each loop. It turned out 12 SBN.
2nd round: In the following three loops, touch two RVN; Three of the following, one at a The next three are again two; In the last three in this circle-one SBN. It turned out 18 sbn.
3-th Circle: in 6 following loops, alternating, bring 2 SBN, 1 SBN (three times); In the following three loops, bring one RVN; In the following six loops repeat alternating 2 SBN, 1 SBN (3 times); In the next three loops, bring one SBN. In the third round of 24 SBN.
4-th Circle: in nine following loops bring 1 SBN, 2 SBN, 1 SBN (to repeat three times); In the following three loops, bring one RVN; In nine following loops bring 1 SBN, 2 SBN, 1 SBN (repeat three times); In the next three loops, bring one SBN. It turned out 30 SBN.
5th and 6th circles: Bring one SBN-30 SBN.
7th round: Six of the following RVN each in two loops; Three of the following SBN, one in each loop; Alternating, bring the RVN in two loops, RVN in one loop (three times); Three of the following RVN, one in each loop. In this circle turned 21 SBN.
8th round: Three of the following RVN each in two loops; Seven of the following SBN, one in each loop; One RVN in two loops; Six of the following SBN, one in each loop. It turned out 17 SBN.
From the 9th to the 13th circles, you have to bring one RVN into each loop-12 SBN.
14 Circle: Each odd rvn be in two loops, even-in one; So that it turned out 11 SBN.
15-th and 16-th circles: Bring one RVN in each loop-11 SBN.
Whip the leg with a filler and finish knitting, tying the SBN in two loops to the end.
Leg’s ready. Link the second by analogy.

Handles
Make 2 VP and put in the second loop from the Hook 6 SBN.
2nd round: In each loop, bring two STB-12 SBN.
3rd round: In each second loop, bring two RVN-18 SBN.
4-th Circle: Bring one RVN into each loop-18 SBN.
5th round: Every second SBN is in two loops-12 SBN.
From the 6th to the 9th round, bring one SBN to each loop-12 SBN.
10 round: The first SBN be in two loops, in the rest-on one SBN-11 SBN.
11-th Circle: Bring one RVN into each loop-11 SBN.
12th round: The first SBN be in two loops, in the rest-on one SBN-10 sbn.
13-th Circle: Bring one RVN in each loop-10 SBN.
Beat the handle with a filler and finish knitting, tying the SBN in two loops to the end.
The handle is ready. Link the second by analogy.
Your teddy bear is ready. Sew the legs and handles to the torso, and ears-head. It is possible to sew handles and legs with the help of thread hinges-then the bear can and stand, and sit, and his handles and legs will move. Get the ball and the claws. If you want, sew or tie a teddy outfit. Or you can tie him a cap and a scarf. And all-you can take pictures and brag 8)


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