Polar bear free crochet pattern

Lately I was asked if I could make a polar bear and it turned out so super cute and sweet I’ve decided to share a pattern with you.

– worsted weight yarn
– 4mm crochet hook
– 6mm safety eyes
– embroidery needle
– embroidery thread
– scissors
– yarn needle
– stitch markers
– stuffing

sc – single crochet
mc – magic circle/ring
inc – increase (single crochet increase = two stitches in one stitch)
dec – invisible decrease (single crochet decrease = two stitches together)
st(s) – stitch(es)

Work in continuous rounds

Head + Body:
6 x sc in mc (6)
R1: inc x 6 (12)
R2: [sc, inc] x 6 (18)
R3: [sc, inc, sc] x 6 (24)
R4: [sc x 3, inc] x 6 (30)
R5: [sc x 2, inc, sc x 2] x 6 (36)
R6-25: sc x 36 (36)
Attach eyes between 8th and 9th row from top. Make 6 sts space between them.
Stuff firmly.
Now you’ll be shaping legs, dividing body in two parts (two legs; both consist of 18 sts but with first leg you will form a circle).
Stuff as you go.
Sc x 18, join to the first st on opposite site.

R1- 4: sc x 18 (18)
R5: [sc, dec] x 6 (12)
R6: dec x 6 (6)
Fasten off
Now to make second leg attach yarn in any st and sc x 17, repeat rounds 1-6, fasten off.

*make two*
sc x 6 in mc (6)
R1-7: sc x 6 (6)
Fasten off

*make two*
sc x 6 in mc (6)
R1-2: sc x 6 (6)
Fasten off

sc x 7 in mc (7)
R1: inc, sc x 4, inc (9)
Fasten off

1. Embroider nose on a snout.
2.Sew snout on. Place it approximately between eyes and between 7th and 12th row from top of head.
3. Sew arms on between 13th an 14th row from top.
4. Sew ears on. Place them approximately between 4th and 6th row from top of head.

Please be respectful and do not sell or distribute this pattern in any way, especially as your own. Instead, share the original blog post link! You can sell finished products made from this pattern by giving credit to Moroshky as the pattern designer and linking to the blog post.


  1. Reply

    Where can I find a pattern for the scarf? I feel like it looks sooooo much cuter with it! Thank you for sharing this pattern 😀

    1. Reply

      The scarf is simple *k2, p2* ribbing 😉

  2. Reply

    Heyy, what is the patter for the scarf?? It looks like something is missing without it…

    1. Reply

      Hey, the scarf is simple *k2, p2* ribbing 😉

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