Teddy Bear Jacket
Do you want to learn how to crochet a Teddy Bear Jacket? Here you will learn how to do it step by step.
Hi there, here at Crochet fashion you will find great tutorials, and I have a Teddy Bear Jacket tutorial for you today, it’s a fast and easy tutorial, that was created by Souma Crochet.
In winter, your baby can have more fun with this crochet teddy bear-style baby coat, so you can learn this idea right now. The final result is very cool and even a surprise, which you can get and then develop more pieces. Teddy Bear Jacket has a soft touch and is super cozy.
In this step-by-step Teddy Bear crochet baby coat tutorial you can get inspired and make this idea and pass it on to your friends. We have several ideas like this shared with you, and we apreciate to Souma Crochet for the article’s inspiration and featured image.
See the written pattern for this beautiful pink Teddy Bear Jacket.
But if you like video tutorials we have a cute tutorial created by Simona crochet.
In this video tutorial she shows how to make this baby coat that has a hoodie with bear ears. It’s very easy to do and we practically use double stitches with some single crochet stitches and some slip stitches.
You can make it any size you want. This free patent is suitable for a baby of up to six months. But we also have an option for babies up to twelve months old. To make this for an older baby you will find on Google and Pinterest the measurements you need, but obviously if you have a baby or a toddler you can just measure it. Which makes it all the better.
I think this jacket turned out really cute and it was really, really easy to make.
So for starters you will need:
- Some double mesh or decay yarn that is 100% acrylic. (Mint and Pink). My main color will be mint and I will apply some pink for the ears.
- I recommend a 4mm or F size hook. It’s important that you make sure your hook fits snugly on the wire.
- And then we’ll need some buttons,
- A tape measure is very important because that’s what will help us in this project.
The tape measure needs to have centimeters on one side and inches on the other side. Because I use my measurements in centimeters this is what I’m used to, but if you like inches and use inches all the time, you can find the measurements in inches on Pinterests/Google.
So far have you liked the clear instructions? Then watch the full tutorial below:
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