Easy Knitted Teddy Bears with Free Patterns

Children of all ages love to cuddle teddy bears. Whether tiny or big, they are certainly the most favorite softies to keep or to give away. These Easy Knitted Teddy Bears are quick and fun projects to make for your kids or as a charity gift. You can easily customize the patterns to create a variety of teddies. For example dress them in colorful sweaters or pants so that each one has a different character. In addition you can transform them into pandas or other animals too. Embroider different facial features to personalize them and make them unique. Surely you will enjoy creating a whole bunch of these adorable bears so rummage through your stash and start knitting. Check out these free patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections for knitters: Fun Bathtime Scrubbies and Knitted Basketweave Baby Blankets.


Izzy Teddy Bear Dolls Free Knitting Pattern

Knit a bunch of adorable teddies that children will love to cuddle. Why not give each one their own personality with different outfits, facial expressions, and cute details such as bows. Esther Braithwaite will show you how!

Level: beginner Author: Esther Braithwaite

The original pattern and the photos are on Ravelry here.


Knot Forgotten Knit Bear Free Pattern

Here is another cute bear pattern that will be a fun and quick project to make. Customize it with different outfits to turn it into a panda or a bee-bear. Pear Dinkum’s instructions will guide you straight to success!

Level: beginner Author: Pear Dinkum

The original pattern and the photos are on Pear Dinkum here. More info on Ravelry here.

My Lovely Bear Free Knitting Pattern

How sweet is this little knitted fellow? Heart-melting, without a doubt! This pattern will help you knit a gift for every occasion. After all, who doesn’t love classic teddy bears that make us all feel a bit nostalgic?

Level: upper beginner Author: Iruda Jinny

The tutorial is on Youtube here. More info on Ravelry here. Photos are on Iruda Jinny’s Instagram here.

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