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  1. RecycleCindy

    Mother Bears

    Here are my first Mother Bears of the year for the Mother Bear Project. It is always fun to crochet these little bears for the children. The one on the left was crocheted using up some scrap yarns and then the right one I did a belt. Because you can't use any buttons or added metals, I stitched a belt buckle.
  2. Here are my two latest bears crocheted for the Mother Bear Project. These are seamless bears and crocheted for the Mother Bear Project charity. It was my first time using Lion Brand Landscapes yarn which was really fun to use the self-striping yarn to make the first bear. The other bear has a hoodie with ties that I have a free pattern written up. For more info you can click on the links.
  3. Here are two colorful Mother Bears I crocheted. These bears were in honor of Ellen who was a long time supporter of the Mother Bear Project. I crocheted the skirt on after the bear's body was done using this tutorial. I used I love this yarn in sherbets stripe which works out well to make a self-striping body.
  4. Here are two more bears I crocheted for the Mother Bear Project. The one on the right is PJ "sleepy" bear and the one on the left is Jammy bear. I used Red Heart Plush Baby yarn I found in the discontinued yarn bin to crochet both of these bears. Nice yarn and made cute pajamas for the bears.
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