Biscuit the bear is part of my Pretzal headz Amigurumi patterns.
All my Pretzal headz patterns are made using a unique head-to-body-joining method. They are worked from the head down, with the limbs easily attached/sewn on after the body is made and stuffed.
This pattern is written in US terms and gives step-by-step instructions to each level of the pattern, along with a stitch abbreviation guide.
You will need a 2.5mm crochet hook. Images are shown when required to help you to understand the more challenging parts of the pattern.
Biscuit bear is worked from the head down. His limbs are jointed using a button join method. I find this method easier than sewing on limbs and I have provided the link to a u tube video that I learnt from in the pattern.
The fact that he is jointed means you can either make him stand or sit down.
This pattern is written in US terms and gives step by step instructions to each level of the pattern, along with a stitch abbreviation guide.
You will need a 3mm crochet hook
Images are provided when required to prompt and help you to understand a more challenging aspect of the pattern.
The final bear sits unaided and is approx 23 cm in height (if you use the recommend yarn as suggested in the pattern.
You can however, use any yarn you choose when making your Amigurumi. I prefer using cotton yarn to give the creation a better shape over the long term. DK tends to stretch and warp in time.
Check out my other pretzal headz range