Chubby Cubby Bear

CROCHET AMIGURUMI PATTERN

Inspired by #FatBearWeek in Alaska, here’s our pattern for a chubby cubby all of your own – complete with home ‘knits’ for the Fall season. He’s a little bit hipster, a little bit cool, and definitely adorable.

The pattern is made using Drops Safran yarn. This is a sports weight cotton yarn and gives a really nice texture to the bear. You can obviously switch up the yarn weight, as long as you choose an appropriately sized hook.

The pattern takes you through, step-by-step, how to make the chubby bear itself. It then also includes the instructions for how to make the outfit. Since the outfit is removable, you can change it up for the seasons.

Chubby Cubby Bear without his slouchy beanie, scarf and specs.

But first a few details:

Terminology: The pattern is written in English, in standard US terminology

What you’ll need:

  • Sports weight yarn in 3 colours (one for the bear, 2 for the accessories)
  • 2.5 mm crochet hook
  • Stitch markers and pins (optional)
  • Yarn needle
  • Craft wire or a pipecleaner if you want to make the hipster glasses
  • Embroidery thread or light weight yarn in black and pink for the face details

Stitch Knowledge Required:

  • Slip stitch
  • Chain stitch
  • Single crochet stitch
  • Half double crochet
  • Back loops only

Bears come in all different colours, so included in the pattern are some examples for inspiration on different colour choices to make a polar or a grizzly bear. It’s all the same pattern, same yarn choice, just different colour palettes.

Polar Bear Chubby Cubby

Grizzly Bear Chubby Cubby

The pattern can be purchased from our Ravelry store by clicking HERE.

Any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below. If you’d like to see more chubby animal inspired crochet designs then please hit the like button and let us know what you think!

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