Wednesday, 11 August 2010

FREE AMIGURUMI PATTERN: Bruno Bear


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Materials:

• 2 mm hook
• Beige wool (for 3 mm rows)
• Chocolate wool (for 3 mm rows)
• Safety eyes 6mm
• Needle, scissors
• Polyfill as stuffing

Abbreviations:

• Sc_single crochet
• Rd_round
• St_stitches
• Ch_chain
• Dc_decrease
• Sl st_slip stitches
• Hdc_half duble crochet
• Sk_skip


Bruno’s head

Start a magic ring with beige yarn.
Rd1 work 6 sc into a centre of the ring.
Rd2 [2 sc in each st around]
Rd3 [sc in next 1st, work 2 sc in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd4 [sc in next 2st, work 2 sc in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd5 [sc in next 3st, work 2 sc in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd6 [sc in next 4st, work 2 sc in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd 7-8-9 work around
Rd 10 [sc in next 5st, work 2 sc in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd 11-12-13 work around
Rd 14 [sc in next 6st, work 2 sc in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd 15 [sc in next 7st, work 2 sc in the next st] repeat 6 times
Stuff !!
Rd 16[sc in next 8st, work 2 sc in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd17 [sc in next 8st, dec 1 in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd18 [sc in next 7st, dec 1 in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd19[sc in next 6st, dec 1 in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd20[ sc in next 5st, dec 1 in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd21 [sc in next 4st, dec 1 in the next st] repeat 6 times
Put the safety eyes in position.
Stuff !!
Rd22 [sc in next 3st, dec 1 in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd23[sc in next 2st, dec 1 in the next st] repeat 6 times
Rd24[sc in next 1st, dec 1 in the next st] repeat 6 times
Finish with a slst
Look at the big picture and embroydery the nose and the eyebrows with chocolate yarn.

Bruno’s ears:
Start with a magic ring with beige yarn .
Rd1 work 6 sc into a centre of the ring.
Finish with a slst and and cut with a long tail.
Repeat for 2 times.
Bruno’s arms:
Start with a magic ring with beige yarn.
Rd1 work 5 sc into a centre of the ring.
Rd2 [2sc in each st around]
Rd3-16 work around
Finish with a slst and and cut with a long tail.
Repeat all 2 times.

Bruno’s legs:
Start with a magic ring with beige yarn.
Legs A:
Rd1 work 6 sc into a centre of the ring.
Rd2 [2 sc in each st around]
Rd3-16 work around and finish with sl st.
Stuff !!
Cut yarn with a long tail.
Legs B:
Rd1 work 6 sc into a centre of the ring.
Rd2 [2 sc in each st around]
Rd3-16 work around and finish with a sl st.
Stuff !!
Don’t cut the yarn!!!!!
Rd17 merge the legs together: insert the hook into first st after slst made on leg A and continue to make 1 sc in all 12 st.
Insert the hook back into the leg B and work 1 sc in all 12 st.
One round is completed with 24 sc!!!!
With the tail from leg A close the gap between two legs.

Bruno’s chest:

Rd18-33 work around and finish with sl st.

Assembly:
Sew the arms and the head to the body using the long tail.
Sew the ears to head using the long tail.
If you want make some chain with the chocolate yarn to make the Bruno’s hair.
Finito!!!!!!

Please write me for any questions or suggestions about this pattern at:
barbara.ghiso@yahoo.it

Thank you very much!!!! Happy crocheting!!!!!!!

Pattern and tutorial only for NON COMMERCIAL USE.
Sale or non authorized commercial distribution in any form is prohibited.

Under Creative Commons License: Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives

86 comments:

  1. la traduzione in italiano dei punti dove la posso trovare considerando che sono una super principiante?

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  2. This is so adorable! Thank you so much for sharing your talent for creating cute with us.

    Blessings,
    ¸.•´¸.•´¨) ¸.•*¨)
    (¸..•´ .•´ ¸¸.•¨¯`-: † :- Anita
    http://aseknc.blogspot.com/
    aseknc(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. ohhh... ma è bellissimo bravissima e grazie!!!.... ma accidenti non mastico l'inglese!

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  4. precioso!!!!muchas gracias
    ruth

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  5. Thanks so much for the pattern. I was looking for a pattern that had some personality and I love the skinny body and the big head. I do believe my great niece, Cali, is going to love this. Thanks again for your generosity!

    barbe

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  6. I made a beutiful bear using this pattern. Thank U!

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  7. Lovely little pattern,making for the BearCat,he's a German Shep who thinks he's a cat,grew up with 7 'em,the name seemed apropo. Adding a squeaker too,thanks so much. Mabe make one in each color of rainbow....8-)

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  8. I love his face. Thanks for sharing this pattern.

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  9. Hello and Merci from france!
    As soon as I saw him i wish crocheted him ;)

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  10. THANKS FOR THE PATTERN... I WANT TO CROCHET BRUNO AND GIVE IT TO MY NIECE...THANK U :)

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  11. Precioso tu osito. Muchas gracias por el patrón. Te felicito. Besos

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  12. I made both Moko and Bruno for my nephews for christmas. i added to the patterns a little bit by giving Moko white tips on his paws and tail and using green instead of orange and made Bruno blue with with a white circle on his belly. They are too cute!!!
    thanks for the pattern!!

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  13. Thank you so much for sharing the pattern. I made Bruno and you can see him here:
    http://thepukproject.blogspot.com/2010/12/kvindebevgelsen-og-hkling-hvad-har-de.html
    The text is in Danish, sorry.
    Puk

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  14. Oh my goodness! This little guy is so adorable! I'm going to make him for my 4 year old little brother!! thank you so much!

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  15. Thanks for sharing the pattern. This bear is so cute!

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  16. wow!! it's just so cute!! thanks for the pattern. can't wait to try it.

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  17. Thank you for the pattern, I made two and they are much loved, you can see them here http://flip-bells.blogspot.com/2011/05/bear-x-2-crochet.html

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  18. thank u for the free pattern. now i can use the head pattern for making winnie the pooh amigurumi for my nephew.

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  19. Thank you for the pattern, he's adorable!
    Check mine out at princeclam.blogspot.com

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  20. Thank you so much you are very generous xxx

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  21. Thank you so much. Such a cute pattern. Can't wait to try it.

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  22. Thank you for the free pattern. Can't wait to get home & make my own.

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  23. carol chan from HK17 August 2011 at 08:11

    lovely bear. thank you for sharing the pattern^^

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  24. Thank you for the wonderful pattern! I can't wait to add a pair to my little one's stockings this Christmas!

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  25. thanks so much for sharing this pattern with us, after Moko, Bruno the bear will be my next project :)

    and to all the people that can do crochet, i learn doing it via youtube, they have very great tutorials there, just try and u will see its very easy and u can do this cute amigurumi's in few hours

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  26. Merci pour ce partage, il est trop mignon !!!

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  27. Your things are so precious and thank ever so much for sharing..paterisky

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  28. great! thank you for sharing it!

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  29. OMG! Soooo cute! Probably THE cutest teddy bear pattern I have seen! I can't wait to try it!

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  30. I want to make Bruno for my daughter. I just have one question? Starting in Row 17, the Dec 1 in next stitch, how exactly is that done? do I skip a stitch or use 2??
    Thank u for any help u can give.
    MissJane

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  31. gracias por compartir tus trabajos que Dios lo bendiga
    Rosa.

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  32. Thank you so much for this cute pattern ^ ^

    If you dont mind, may I have the sleeping hat pattern of this doll pls *-* love it so much

    thank you

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  33. rutshalom2000@yahoo.com29 February 2012 at 20:42

    Thanks for the pattern it is so cute and just right for little hands to hold on to .

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  34. thanks for pattern

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  35. Awww, he's too cute! Thanks for the pattern - I know someone who will LOVE one of these, so I'll definitely be making it for her :)

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  36. This bear is adorable; I'm adding it to my "to do" pile. Thanks so much for sharing...

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  37. such a pretty little guy! .. thank you for sharing Xx

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  38. Thanks for the pattern! hopefully will have the time to make it for a friend's son very soon!

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  39. Thanks for the pattern! I'm always looking for new ideas to crochet for the local emergency services. They love getting hand-made stuffies for any kids.

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  40. Thanks for the pattern! i really love it!

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  41. Thanks for the cutie pattern, it's just adorable :D

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  42. So CUTE! Thank you for sharing! :D

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  43. after 2 years from falling in love, i've finally made him! http://www.flickr.com/photos/zoria_toyart/7930481742/in/photostream :)

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  44. Leslie-Karen
    Love this bear!! Plan on creating many of him - he is sooooo cute

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  45. Cute! Thank u for sharing :)

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  46. thanks. its soooooo cute

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  47. nice!! thank you

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  48. Lovely pattern. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Love Joan xx

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  49. Thank you for sharing the free pattern of the beautiful and ooh so cute Bruno Bear!
    X, Anneke

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  50. Thank you a wonderful free pattern !!!

    I greet from Poland :-)

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  51. He is too cute. Thanks for the pattern.

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  52. thanks for the pattern

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  53. Cute! From Southern California, USA

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  54. Muchas gracias! Lo vi y enseguida lo hice, queda fabuloso!! Un abrazo desde Venezuela!

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  55. So adorable! I'm still a novice crocheter, but i love these kind of patterns!! Thank you for sharing!

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  56. hi, this is a gorgeous lil bear. im making him for a friends new baby.
    Wondering how is the best way to join the body to the head. not sure whether to stitch the opening closed and then attach somehow to the head??
    oh and probably an obvious one but did you stuff the body?
    guess ill just figure it out and see how I go...

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  57. He is so cute thanks for sharing i cannot wait to get mine started
    Thanks Again.

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  58. Hallo, ook ik heb een kopie van het patroontje van Bruno de beer en van de kat gemaakt. Hartelijk bedankt. Ik brei, haak en maak allerlei leuke dingen. Die ik verkoop voor het goede doel. Meer hierover kun je op mijn blog lezen. Groetjes Anita

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  59. Bruno is gorgeous, thank you so much for being so generous...
    huge hugs and great kudos to you xox

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  60. Soooo cuteeeee >.<

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  61. Lovely bear! Thanks for the pattern!

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  62. i made this for an exchange gift for our Christmas party, and the one who received was really happy! thanks for this pattern :D i was low on cash and only had yarn...so this really helped :D thank you! and Merry Christmas! :D

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  63. For the head, rounds 7-8-9, you wrote "work around". Does this mean do the same thing as round 6 for those rounds... or does it mean just sc in each st, all the way around, three times?

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  64. thanks have 4 Grand Kids That Will love this!

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  65. Hi just wondering how big this bear is?

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  66. Very cute bear. Thanks for the pattern.

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  67. Hermoso!!! Gracias por el patrón!

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  68. Hi! Your bear is so adorable, especially the way you posed him for the photo :) I shared your link on my Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/suncatchereyes Hope that's okay. Michelle

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  69. This bear is the best ever. Thank you for sharing. Your generosity is appreciated

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  70. Thank you for sharing xxxxx

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  71. Lovely! Thank you for sharing

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  72. it's amazing... one of my favorite pattern. EVER.
    Thank you!

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  73. Muy bonito gracias por el patrón

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  74. Thank you for the lovely pattern

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