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Adorable Bear Keychain Free Crochet Pattern

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Adorable Bear Keychain Free Crochet Pattern

Alrighty, let’s dive into this delightful little project – the bear keychain crochet pattern! First off, I stumbled across this gem of a pattern online, and let me tell you, it’s as cute as a button. Perfect for jazzing up your keys or making a bunch for friends — who wouldn’t adore a little bear buddy?

So, here’s the scoop: you’ll start with the bear’s head, whipping up a simple round in a plush brown yarn – I’m talking teddy bear brown, the kind that just screams hug me. Those little ears? Oh, they’re just a couple of easy peasy rounds stitched to the sides. And the face – you’ll embroider it with a glow of warmth, and just like that, you’ve captured a sweet expression that’s bound to make you go ‘aww’.

And hold your horses — the grand finale is a key ring attachment. Just picture this: you’re fishin’ around in your bag, your fingers brush against that fuzzy little head, and boom – keys found! It’s functional, it’s adorable, and let’s be honest, it’s a small piece of happy in your day. I passionately believe everyone should have a go at this pattern. It’s a quick, satisfying project with oodles of charm.

Go ahead, give it a whirl – your keys deserve a cute critter companion!


Designer: Blue Beena

Material & Tools

  • Blanket (or very chunky) yarn
  • Two colors
  • Crochet hook
  • Yarn needle
  • Safety eyes or you can embroider them
  • Stuffing
  • Chain for keyring

Notes

  • This pattern is made using chunky blanket yarn, which means the dimensions of our plush will change using a smaller-sized yarn and that you might get a tiny bear, so it is strongly recommended to use blanket yan or very chunky yarn to get a keychain sized plush.

Abbreviations

Sc – single crochet
St – stitch
Sl st – slip stitch
FO – fasten off
Mr – magic ring
Inc – increase
Dec – decrease

Head

Rnd 1: 7 sc in Mr
Rnd 2: inc around (14)
Rnd 3: (sc, inc) x 7 (21)
Rnd 4-5: sc around (21)
Rnd 6: (sc, dec) x 7 (14)

Place safety eyes between round 4/5, 4 st apart.

Rnd 7: dec around (7)

FO and sew close. Leave a tail if you want tot attach a chain later on.

Muzzle

Rnd 1: 4 sc in Mr

Sl st FO leave a long tail.

Embroider a nose. Sew between rounds 5/6 of the head.

Ears x2

Rnd 1: 5 sc in Mr
Rnd 2: sc around (5)

*Optional: slightly stuff.

FO leave tail. Sew between rounds 1/3 of on each side of the head.

Assembly

  • To attach the bear to the keyring, use a piece of yarn (same color of the plush)
  • with a yarn needle, pull the yarn from the bottom of the plush to the top, leaving some end of the yarn at the bottom.
  • Insert the needle in the first small chain of the keyrint, then insert the needle back in the plush and pull it trough back to the bottom, ending in the same point where you started and where there should be the other end.
  • You will no longer need the needle, make a know using both ends, cut them if they’re too long, and hide the knot in the plushie.
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