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HOW TO - KNIT TEDDY BEARS



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hi I'm crafty Patti and I've been fine

in a great way to use up my leftover

balls of yarn

this was yarn from Aquila's retro it is

slippers and this yarn is this yarn I've

had around for I don't know how long

you'll want to choose three different

colors of yarn and a fourth if you want

a different scarf so the color brown

obviously fur your head pause on your

feet or you can make a black bear or a

white bear whatever yarn you've got and

then choose the color for your sweater

in a color for your trousers but make

sure you can find another four we're

going to be using smaller needles

spinning but normally knit with the

slice of yard and obviously scissors to

cut your yarn paint measure to measure

of the length of our knitted rows you'll

also want a darning needle with a blunt

end in a very large eye that will fit

the yarn through and we're going to be

putting on dotty little faces with

embroidery thread so you'll need some

darning needles or Aurora needles and

obviously some embroidery cotton some

optional tools but not absolutely

necessary is a stitch holder crochet

hook to help add yarn and if you want

some markers I use either paper clips or

bobby pins and you want some stuffing to

stuff your little guy so I think this

little guy needs a friend and he does

too so stay tuned and let's knit up

another pair together

I have typed out this full pattern for

the knitted teddy bear and there's

actually two pages of knitted

instructions don't worry you don't need

to look at this rate now I will put it

in the description box below the video

that's that little tiny arrow to the

right and just below the video click on

that and this will all show in that

description box or it might say the

words show more the first thing I like

to do is pull off about two feet of the

cover I'm using for my body yarn and

then at that point I've got all this

yarn here that I can use to salt my feet

what I'm going to salt my seams later I

don't have to cut an extra piece of yarn

so at that point we're going to make our

supplied so the yarn comes over making a

little loop this shines on the top just

bring your yarn through make a loop pull

that few with your thumb

hold onto your two ends and you've now

made your slipknot grab your needle and

as it is a slipknot we're going to slip

that up and now what we're going to do

is we're going to knit ten cast on

stitches I call this a knitted cast on

because that's how I like to do my cast

on stitches so and search your needle

your right needle into that slipknot

grab the yarn that comes off your ball

not the short end and we're going to

wrap it around that back of the needle

bring it through and up now we're going

to come back into the stitch in our

right needle wrap around and bring it up

but we're not taking it off like we

normally would when were knitting

because we're casting on again through

the right wrap around and bring it up

now you can see that we've cast on three

stitches already let's do another one

five six

now this is number nine and you'll see

if you count one sorry

one two three four five six seven eight

this is nine so we're going to go in one

more time and this one left on the

needle will become 10 so we just put our

needle in there and slide that on and

that becomes number 10 now we're going

to knit 15 rows every row knit so just

if you're a beginner

reminder for knit stitches in Tibet

first stitch wrap around and this time

instead of the cast line we're taking

that right off the needle into the next

one wrap around through and slide it off

get to the end of the row

that's your first row knitted so we just

transfer our left needle to our right

and now we've got the right needle into

our left hand and we're going to knit

again

so row number two and continue that

until you have knit 15 rows and I'm on

my last two stitches for my fifteenth

row and then we're going to cut this

yarn off leaving enough to tie on the

next color decide what color you want

for your trousers so that's your little

pause and now decide what color you want

for your trousers and I'm going to tie

on my next piece of yarn with an actual

square knot I do like to tie a knot

because this is a children's toy and you

want it to be really strong so I do not

mind tying it with a knot so start

you're not really close to your last

stitch so left over right right over

left and then cinch that up as close as

you can to the last stitch on your

needle like so okay so now we can take

our other needle and we're now going to

pick up our yarn coming from our ball

and we're going to be knitting 28 rows

for his trouser leg so the same as

before all knit stitches is we're just

finishing off my last row of 28 rows got

two more stitches to do

here's our one finished Pat Lake the paw

in the trouser this is on the one needle

bait now but we will be needing this

needle to do the rest of our bidding

so we'll just push this down to the end

of our needle and let's pick up our

second needle and we'll cast on another

ten stitches again with our Slipknot

picking up our other needle and let's

again cast on our ten stitches making

sure you are using the yarn coming off

of the ball around we go and into the

stitch on the right needle to do our ten

cast on stitches just like before this

is just a little bit of a reminder in

case you forgot how did you the knitted

cast on okay I think you got it starting

number nine and remember that when we

did our tenth cast on we just slipped it

right on to the needle for number ten

and you can just go back and count to

make sure you've got your ten so go

ahead and just like your first pant leg

knit your 15 rows when you have finished

your 15 thrill on your second little pas

you should be on the right side of your

work always on the right side when

you're adding your next color because

you want to be able to see it so it

looks like this this is the right side

and this is what the wrong side looks

like you can see where the beige has

gone into the row below into the brown

color this is your wrong side and this

is your right side so do make sure that

you're in the right place at the right

time fifteen rows and on the right side

now you can add your yarn to start you

trousers for your second league

all right grab your on there needle and

let's start again with our 28 rows into

your first stitch making sure that you

grab on to the yarn that's coming off of

the fall and using that one and not the

short strands and again we're going to

knit across the row as always and Here I

am on my last two stitches and as we

talked about before you can see this is

the wrong side I'm going to turn this

around and there's my right side and I'm

on the same needle as my first pair of

trouser legs and you can see we're ready

to go now and what we're going to do now

is we're going to be joining the two

legs together so when we get there I'm

going to tie these two together so let's

start by knitting these ten

all right so that's the first Tim let's

bring our needles up and this is my next

Tim so I'm just going to tie a knot so

these come together so just a basic knot

here and I mean yes I mean it some

people are religious about not never

tying a knot into a knitting project but

like I keep saying this is for a kid's

toy they're rough with things sometimes

and you want it to withstand so they can

play with it have fun with it so there

we go we've joined those two together so

we've got those joined together so I'm

just gonna bring that one tight on peace

I'm gonna bring that to the front just

so I don't confuse it with my yarn

coming off the ball and let's continue

and I just want to show you something up

close here here's this the tail of the

yarn that we've just cut now if I was to

go like this with my needle what's

supposed to go like this with my needle

right now you can see it makes it look

like there's two stitches on the needle

we don't want that so make sure that

you've got your needle brought back the

other way so your loop of your stitch is

down on the bottom and you only have one

on the needle okay so we're not meeting

with this one we're knitting with the

yarn coming off the ball and let's

continue to knit across the end of the

row

and here's our last stitch and you've

now knit them together so let's turn

that around and we're now going to knit

20 rows with all 20 stitches so go ahead

with that and I will meet you when I got

to my last two stitches or my last 20

rows in knitting my last two stitches

again and you can see that I'm on the

wrong side so we turn this over we'll be

on the right side and as you can see

we've now knitted the top of his

trousers now we're ready to add the

sweater yarn so choose the yarn that you

want for your sweater and again make

sure that you're on the right side wrong

side with the stitches you can see that

and the right side so let's attach the

next yarn so we'll cut this one off and

I've decided to use a navy blue color

for my sweater so I'm going to just

piled a couple links of my blue yarn and

tie a good knot lift over right right

over left is on what I like to do for my

knots

yeah let's tie that up nice and tight

toward that last stitch that we made and

I've got my next color attached my

sweater and we're now going to knit six

rows in knit so all the way across those

20 stitches again knitting every stitch

six rows in total and I'll see you when

I get to my last two stitches I'm just

finishing out the bottom for my sweater

with my

two stitches and now we need to make the

arms so in order to cast on I'm just

going to turn this and let's cast on

eleven more stitches so we're just going

to come into that last stitch I'm gonna

wrap around but don't take it off that's

one and two just like before

you

ten and the last one eleven slip soft so

now we're going to knit this row and

we're going to knit all the way from the

sleeve part and the body of the sweater

and get to the other end and then we're

going to cast on our other eleven

stitches and so here I am at the last

two going to the end of the body of the

sweater and I'm just going to turn my

work and cast on eleven more stitches on

this side so let's go in again and again

around but don't pull it off the needle

coming in again to the right needle and

casting on eleven stitches and you can

just go back and check and make sure

you've got eleven twenty in the middle

and eleven at the other end so just to

recount to make sure you've got the

exact amount now we're going to knit 14

rows so all the way from the start to

one sleeve right to the end to the other

sleeve all the way across all knit

stitches if you're not real comfortable

with casting off and knowing how many

you've taken off your needle then we can

always come in and put a marker where

we're going to stop so I've got a stitch

holder here so then you can come in and

place like a stitch holder of bobby pin

whatever whatever you got hanging around

and now we know we want this for left on

our needle so to cast off search your

needle into our first stitch knit it and

now knit the next one now we're going to

come into that first knit a stitch and

pull it right over top of that last

knitted stitch and we've now cast off

one stitch we need to do ten more here's

our next one again take our last and

bring it over

try to stay in camera for you so next

one knit it bring the end one over the

last one in through

you

and here's our marker that's our start

of our 20 stitches but we still need to

get this one off the needle so we do

need to knit this this one where our

stitch marker is and then we'll mount

comes off that will be our first stitch

for our 20 so let's just take this out

and if you want to we can put it down on

the end here 2 4 6 8 10 11 this will be

our first cast off right there

so that's knit across to that marker so

we're going to be knitting 20 stitches

this is the first one this is two it's

19 and this is number 20 and we're going

to take our stitch marker up we know we

have to start from here and this is our

first cast off so knit knit one more and

then bring it over and it's gone again

and our last one so that comes off we're

going to just slip this up a bit our

last knitted stitch and we'll cut the

yarn and thread that through all right

so let's make that loop and that's pass

our end of our yarn through that loop

cinch it off and that is the end of our

little sleeves and now we're ready to

add the yarn that's for the back of the

head which is our body so we're using

the brown used I am and so take and pull

out a little bit of yarn again and I

find this is the time where a crochet

hook really comes in handy here so I'm

going to just pop it through that stitch

I'm gonna hook my yarn onto it and I'm

going to pull it through my stitch here

I'm going to bring my loop through that

hole and that's going to tie my yarn

onto that last stitch so you don't

actually want to tie it right on to the

top you're probably a good idea I

shouldn't have showed you that you just

slip that down to the bottom there you

want it tie it on to the bottom here

because you want to be able to access

that first stitch alright sorry about

that I don't want to tell you the wrong

thing to do

cane so what we're going to do is knit

one and knit two together we're going to

do that three times so we're going to

knit one and now we're going to knit two

together so here's the first one here's

the second one we're going to come into

that stitch and that stitch both of them

yarn over and we're going to knit those

two together and off the needle that's

the first one let's do that again knit

one

and now one two together second time one

more knit one and knit two together

and now we're just going to knit two

plain just two individually there's one

and there's two

now we're going to go back to that

pattern of decreasing again but we're

going to start with the knit two first

so we're going to go and knit two

together and then knit one knit two

together and knit one third time knit

two together and knit one is our last

stitch on that row which is the knit and

you should now have 14 stitches on your

needle

cannas turn that around and this row is

just straight knit all the way across so

I just knit those

and last knit stitch now we're going to

do an increase we're going to take these

14 stitches and we're going to turn them

into 20 stitches again so this is how

we're going to do it let's go into our

first stitch and that will just be a

knit and now into our next stitch it's

going to be an increase so let's go into

that stitch wrap around bring it through

but don't take that off the needle bring

this right needle to the back of that

left needle insert it into the back of

the same stitch wrap around pull through

and off the needle you've now made two

stitches out of one so let's do that

again

first stitch is this going to be a knit

and the next one we increase into the

stitch wrap around and through do not

take it off the needle back into the

stitch wrap around bring it through and

off the needle do that one more time

so we have three increases that's our

knit and the increase in the next one

wrap around bring the needle to the back

into the back of the same stitch and

then off the needle in the middle of the

row we're going to just knit to just

plain too so there's the first note and

there's the second net you know this

time we're going to increase on a very

first stitch for the first one after our

knit two so into the first one is going

to be our increase this time around into

the back of the stitch upper bound

and through and off

that's our increase knit one this is our

increase

you

you should now have 20 stitches on your

needle now we're going to knit 28 rows

so I will continue knitting those 28

rows because you certainly don't have to

watch all of that and I will get back to

you one of all my last two stitches and

we're just finishing off the last two

stitches for the back of the head and

when we turn we are on the wrong side

which is where we want to be now we're

going to start working on the ears this

is easy enough to follow and it'll make

for a lengthy video if I do all these

rows with you so I'm going to start by

doing rows 1 & 2 and you can follow

along with that with me and then I would

like you to knit rows 3 2 rows 15 and

then when we get to the end of purl 20

then I'll come back and we'll do the

padding together again so I'll leave

this up for a bit you can either take a

screen shot of this if you're on an iPad

or I'm not sure what you're working from

or pause the video or print out the

pattern and that's in the description

box below so Row 1 we are going to be

knitting 7

and then we are purling six so if you've

never done a purl we bring the wool

forward and we knit into the front of

the stitch all around and pull through

again into the front of the stitch yarn

around and off it's okay if I lost my

count here one two three four five six

seven one two three four and we need to

do six

and then bring your wool to the back

again and finish off your row with knit

stitches

and a whole row of just knit stitches

all the way to the end there's my last

two stitches and I would be turning and

then I'll be carrying on with a row

three so do Row three right through to

rule 15 and we'll see you when we get to

row 15 and we'll carry on together there

you

and on the last two purl stitches now

we're going to start the nose section of

our face and we're working on the right

side we're going to show you how to do

the nose now and as you can see on the

profile it comes out and comes in again

this pattern is really great and it's

really cool how this little nose is

formed so let's do that part now we're

going to knit seven

and now we're going to do is increase in

this eighth stitch so again like we did

before wrap around don't take it off the

needle remit needle to the back go into

the back of the stitch wrap around and

bring that off now we're going to knit

four stitches

and now we're going to increase in a

thirteenth stitch again wrap around

don't take it off the needle bring that

right needle to the back of the left

needle into the back of that stitch same

stitch wrap around and you've not made

two stitches and now let's just knit to

the end

yeah let's turn right around and we're

going to purl a whole next row and

purling the last two of this row and now

to the other side we are now going to

knit nine

you

there's our nine and now we're going to

increase in the tenth stitch so again

around bring the needle to the back into

the back of the same stitch and bring

that off and now we're going to knit two

stitches in the middle here just knit

one and knit two and now into the

thirteenth stitch we are going to

increase again up around into the back

of the same stitch and off and then knit

to the end of the row

you should now have 24 stitches on your

needle and again a whole row of pearls

for the next row so here's the fun row

so what we're going to do is we're going

to knit 14

okay if nature 14 now you're going to

turn your work to the other side your

wool will be coming off the left needle

that is fine what we're going to do now

is we're going to purl three into this

side here so into that next stitch and

it's going to be a purl one more purl

and one more so three pearls in total

okay now what we do is we turn our work

around again so we're back on the other

side now we're back on the other side

our wool is still coming off this needle

that's okay so just pick up the wool

like you normally would

and we're going to knit now to the end

of the row

now we're just going to purl this row

and I just finished my pearl roll and

back to the front again

and you'll do one row of knits so I'm

knitting and all the way to the end and

I've just finished buying it row and

we're going to do one more row of purl

I've just finished my purl row and next

row we are now going to start decreasing

so what I want you to do is we're going

to start by knitting tan stitches

it was number 10 and now what I want you

to do is knit two together I'm going to

do that two times so there's one and

there's two

so come back on the second one put your

needle through both of those stitches

yarn around and take them both off we'll

do that one more time there's one

there's two take them both your and

around and off they come and now we're

going to knit to the end of the row

all right now we're going to turn over

and always on the back side we're doing

a pearl so pearl row

finished my pearl row and now what we're

going to do is we're going to start with

knitting 9 stitches

then

my ninth stitch and then we're going to

do that again by knitting two together

for our decrease so another decrease

road salt 1/2 into those two wrap around

and pull off and let's do that one more

time one two around and take those off

and now we're going to knit to the end

of the row

and you should now have 20 stitches on

your needle and again to your backside

another row of purl

finish my pearl row and now we're going

to be doing another decrease row so

we're going to start this time with

knitting one and now the next one we're

going to knit two together so one two

and knit two together we're going to do

that decrease three times

you

and now knit just two in the middle knit

one and knit two and now on this time

we're going to start with the needing

two together instead of the knit one so

we're going to start with the knit two

together so one two and then knit one

and again we're going to do that three

times

you

you should now have 14 stitches on your

needle again to the backside and you

know it's another oval purse

you know just finished the purr

let's turn to the other side again and

now we're going to start to increase

because we need to work it back up to 20

stitches on the needle so what we're

going to do is we're going to knit 1 and

then increase around as before to the

back of the needle into the same stitch

and off the needle that's one we're

going to do that 3 times

you

and now knit just two plane stitches so

there's one and there's two

now we're just going to reverse it a

little bit still doing the increase but

we're going to increase in the first

stitch this time instead of knitting one

so this time increase on to the first

one and then knit one

you

and now I should be back to 20 stitches

on your needle and guess what we're

doing now turn it around and let's do

another row of purl

and you've now completed the front of

your little piece so that gets folded

over these become the ears that we sew

down later and there's the little nose

that you made so now we're going to me

joining our sweater yarn again

you

and you should be on your right side and

the first thing we're going to do is

we're going to cast on 11 stitches to

form the sleeves of sweater so again as

before we're going to wrap around

pretend we're knitting that stitch but

we're not going to take it off we're

going to come into the stitch on the

right needle wrap around but don't take

it off again around again and around

you

and again remember when you've done your

tenth one this one just slips off and

becomes number 11 so we're going to come

in now and we're going to knit those

cast on stitches

and now we're going to continue to knit

these 20 stitches that are on the needle

there's our last stitch and now we're

going to do is we're going to turn this

and now we're going to cast on another

11 on this end so insert the needle into

your first stitch here again wrapping

around but don't take it off

when I was 10 and this becomes 11 so now

we have 11 castle on the side 20 in the

middle and 11 on this side now you're

going to be knitting 14 rows through all

of these stitches which will be 42

stitches on your needle now and just

knit all the way to the other end of the

sleeve and you're going to do that for

14 rows now we're going to be casting

off these 11 we will knit these 20 and

then cast off these 11 you can put

markers in if that helps you and then

that makes sure that you leave these 20

in here I've put the marker on stitch

number 11 and Counting from this end on

stitch number 11 so let's do a quick

little reminder if you forgotten how to

cast off sew into the first stitch knit

that stitch and knit the next stitch and

then we're going to pull that first knit

stitch over that last one and you have

now cast off your first stitch do that

again

and I'm up to my 11th stitch I'm coming

into my level

and that has now come off needle so you

know you've done it right so you can

take a little marker out if you like and

knit 20 to our next marker and here's my

stitch number 20 and now we're going to

cast off the 11 so we need to knit the

first one knit the second one bring that

first one over and off the needle

next one knit and off a needle and do

that till you've cast off all of your

stitches okay and so on this one here

we're just going to loop that up I have

to cut the yarn and pass your yarn

through that loop just to tie it off so

this is where we cast off our last

stitches and cut our yarn so let's turn

around because our needle is pointing

this way and we need to attach some yarn

to finish knitting a bit of the sweater

so we have to come in and add smearer so

I'm just going to take my crochet hook I

find that's the easiest way to sneak in

there so I'm just going to come in here

to the bottom of the stitch and just

sneak it there and then grab your yarn

hook it over and then pull that through

and then just bring your loose end

and pop it through that loop and just

tie it on

you

and coming to the end of row 7 and you

want to make sure that when you're

finished this is the wrong side you want

to be able to start your trousers on the

correct side the right side so we'll cut

the sweater yarn off so I'll attach my

trials V yarn catching it as close as I

can to my last stitch

even it the 20 rows and this is where

you're going to split the trousers into

the legs now so you're going to knit

just 10

there's my 10 now I tend to get a bit

lazy and I leave them on the needle it's

a little bit cumbersome but it works but

if you wanted to go easy for you this is

when you can take your stitch holder and

put these stitches on your stitch holder

but I'm going to choose to leave one so

then what we're doing is just returning

us around now

you

that's the split and make sure that you

have ended on the right side there's our

20 rules we've just knit for the leg and

now we're going to cut this yarn and

we're going to add the body on

and now you're going to knit 15 rows

knit at the 15 rows and now we'll cast

off

whereas car

Stav cut your yarn pull through the tail

starting on the right side again using

your crochet hook just sneak it in there

and with some more yarn if the trouser

yarn hook up on your crochet hook and

pull it through take your cut end pass

it through the loop and you've got more

yarn to again knit 28 more rows then add

your body yarn and knit 15 rows and cast

off now we're going to add on his little

paws so we're going to be picking up

eight stitches knitting this longer and

this folds over to make the back side of

his paw so let's show you how to pick up

in it sorry this Navy isn't the best

color for demonstrating on Sofer my

first one you if I really pull this you

can see those like bars in between don't

know you could see that sorry it's hard

on that there we go hopefully you can

see that I'm going to go under both of

those pick up the body yarn and wrap it

around the needle and then pull that

through and bring it up the other side

let's do that again so again come over

and find another place you can poke a

hole in to wrap around you can bring

that up the other side and we're just

going to try to evenly space those

across the row until we have eight I've

got three so now you can kind of feel it

out here I'm going to have one two three

four five but that'll be my eight so

I'll find another hole here wrap around

pull that

to the other side and I want the last

one pretty close to the edge

you

and you're going to be needing 20 rows

in total and again make sure you're

picking up on the right side because you

will get this drop down into your next

color

you

and your last knitting to do is to make

your scarf I like to match the scarf or

this trouser collar because I think it's

kind of cute that way

next we're going to sew down the ears

find where the knit stitches meet the

first purl row that's where you're going

to fold it in half and then you're going

to come in and we're going to sew down

the ears right along the division

between the knit and the purl stitches

and I just happen to have my bobby pins

handy here so I'm just going to make

sure it's sitting in the right position

and then we're just gonna put my bobby

pin right here just to help hold it in

place while I do my sewing I'm using my

dull and big eyed darning needle I'm

going to tie a knot in the bottom of my

yarn I'm going to come to the inside

Reed on the division line between the

two just so I can come inside and hide

my knot I've come up here I'm going to

go back and catch the last stitch on the

front in the back here I'm going to come

back a little further then that last

stitch because I just want to double up

on all my stitches here make sure that

ear is nicely so down then I'm going to

come up again

instead of going back all the way

through and you can strip up this way it

goes a little bit faster so I'm just

going to slip up like this

and now I can come back go past that

we're doubles coming up back and then go

past

and once you've got this one you're

finished I'm going to just bring my yarn

back to that first hole I'm going to

slide it through so it's inside here and

bring it up just start my other ear

you

and I still have to slow up this part of

the ear so I'm just going to finish off

my last one here come up in between my

two seams here and I'll show you how I

sew two of my side seams together and

that will be the same for your hole

there so what I'm going to do is I'm

going to pick up a stitch on this side

on the edge then I'm going to come over

to this side and come into my stitch

come back on this side and back on the

left side you can do that about three

times three or four times going right

and then going left

and then once you've gotten a few in

there when you pull this he'll pull your

seams together really nicely

you'll have a perfect little so and edge

so that's how I sew together the whole

beer and then when you get down to your

little face you'll notice you've got

more bulk here so you just give it a

little bit of a tag like this and then

sew together on here and then if you run

out of the color that you need then

you'll just have to attach some over the

same color

continue the same type of sewing

together start with your blue and your

little pop this will come around like

this and so then you'll continue to sew

up here and then the same for this side

and sewing along here so all the way

along then I stopped about here and I

stuffed my bear and then I finished up

with my arm and then we'll be finished

with a sewing up of the bear this is the

bear I've been demonstrating on and I

have done his face already but I thought

working on the same yarn will show off

better for demonstration I've cut about

a metre or one yard of black embroidery

cotton and am using all six strands

normally you don't use a strand this

long because it does tend to tangle but

I want to try to get the eyes nose the

mouth all in one go so I'll just thread

that on my big eyed darning needle or

embroidery needle and I am going to tie

a knot in the end and I'm going to be

pulling it through to secure this one

end I roll it on my fingers and that

creates the not decide where you want to

place your eyes not too far above the

nose you don't want them too wide and

then just try to get them so they're

sitting just about at the same level so

to get up to the eye here

going to start in the neck and secure

that knot down here the neck because the

scarf will hide it in here so I'm just

going to come up somewhere in here and

then I'm going to bring my needle up so

it comes up right where my eye is and

then when I get my knot in you can see

the knots right there I just give it a

bit of a tug and it's now stuck into the

polyester feeling inside so that was

secure so we can now take out our one

marker and I'm just going to be going

back and forth to form a bit of a circle

for his little eye or her eye so I'm

right here so I'm going to come back

over this way and then I'm going to come

up just past that one because I want it

to be a little bit more of a circle

and then you're just going to keep going

over and over again until you've formed

your circle so I'm going to come really

close to this one

and then come back again really close to

the other one

you

and once you're happy with your one I

finish your last stitch and then bring

your needle over to your other eye so

you can start do your other eye and do

the same thing for the other eye and

when you're happy with your other eye

make your last stitch and then make your

way up to the top of your nose trying to

keep my nose in the middle of my two

eyes so I'm just going to Center it and

make sure I made in the middle

you

and when you're on your last stitch

where you want to form your nose come up

right into the middle to start forming

his little mouth so now I'm going to

bring the little strand down this way so

I'm not quite in the middle here so I'm

just gonna go back tuck that in right

there and then bring it down and then

I'll go back up again and then I'm gonna

come just to the right of his mouth just

start forming his little smile then come

back to the bottom of that one in the

top slightly to give him a little smile

and then come back into that same stitch

and come over to the other side to form

the other side of his mouth and then

come back down to the bottom here and

then raise it up a little bit to finish

off the other side of his little smile

and then back down and now what I like

to do is I bring this right down into

the neck because it will be hidden down

in here

and then I'm going to just tie just a

little small little knot down in here

I'll just slip into one of those

stitches here and bring it through the

loop and then bring this through over to

his arm keep that little tongue so it

goes inside and that'll hide the last

stitch tie up a scarf I like to go left

over right give it a good tug and right

over left and that will make it so both

of your ends of your scarf will sit

nicely on the bottom and there's our

little guy they all have a little bit of

a different face and I don't like to

make them perfect because just like us

we're not perfect well here's my little

family ABARES

they've all got cute little faces now

and these two have got sweaters and

trousers and this silica we did oh that

trap so if you want to make one with no

trousers and clothes feel free to make

them all the same color and have fun

dressing them up with different doll

clothes maybe anyways have fun with

those it's a cute little knitting

project till next time bye bye

you