Icicle Mohair Bear Crochet Pattern

Icicle Mohair Bear Crochet Pattern

A wonderful simple crochet project for an icicle mohair bear.

What you need

Hook size 6
Size 10 Crochet thread White or ecru Cotton Yarn 
Fine Mohair or Mohair fingering weight (1 skein ivory)
Embroidery floss for nose and mouth
Onyx beads (1 mm) for eyes
His little scarf was knitted in stockinette stitch with silk embroidery thread on very small needles.


Head With mohair

Rnd 1: Ch 2, 6 sc in 1st ch. (6 sc)
Rnd 2: 2 sc in each sc of rnd 1 (12 sc)
Rnd 3: 2 sc in each sc around (24 sc)
Rnd 4-10: sc in each st around
Rnd 11-12: sc2tog, at end of rnd 12 sl st in next ch.

Fasten off leaving tail. Stuff head and gather opening sew closed.

Nose With cotton thread

Cotton Yarn


Rnd 1: ch 2, 4 sc in 2nd ch from hook
Rnd 2: 2 sc in each st around (8)
Rnd 3: (2 sc in next, sc in next) around (12)
Rnd 4-6: sc around at end of last rnd sl st in next st and fasten off leaving tail for sewing.

Stuff nose and stitch in place on head.

Ears – Make 2 with cotton thread
Row 1- Leaving tail ch 2, in 2nd ch from hook work a sc, hdc, dc, hdc, sc. , fasten off leaving tail. Thread first tail and placing ear where you want it run thread though the head and out where it will attach to body, repeat with other tail exiting right next to first tail at neck.

Tie the two ends together then hide ends in head by sewing back threw the head and out, pull thread tight and snip, the end should disappear inside. Repeat for other tail.

Embroider facial features. Sew on eyes in similar fashion as ears. Thread bead on a needle and then thread each end and attach eye as you did ear.

Body With Mohair
Rnd 1: ch 2, 10 sc in 1st ch
Rnd 2: 2 sc around (20)
Rnds 3-7: sc around
Rnd 8: sc in 5, 2 sc in next, sc in 8, 2 sc in next, sc in 5 (22)
Rnd 9-18: sc around Rnd 19: sc2tog around, sl st in next st. fasten off, leaving tail.

Stuff body and use tail to gather the opening and sew shut.

Fine Mohair Bear continued:

Arms With Mohair
Rnd 1: ch 2, 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook
Rnd 2: 2 sc in each st around (12)
Rnd 3-11: sc around
Rnd 12: sc2tog 2x, sc in 8 (10)
Rnd 13-15: sc around switch to cotton thread in last st
Rnd 16-18: sc around
Rnd 19: sc2tog around, (5), sl st in next st. fasten off and stuff as before using embroidery floss embroider claws on ends of paws.

Feet With cotton thread
Rnd 1: With white ch 6, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in 3, 3 sc in last ch, on opposite side, sc in 3 , 2 sc in last st (12)
Rnd 2: 2 sc in each st around switch to mohair in last st
Rnd 3: sc around
Rnd 4: sc in 7, sc2tog 5x, sc in 7 (19)
Rnd 5: sc in 5, sc2tog 5x, sc in 4
Rnd 6: sc in 5, sc2tog 3x, sc in 3
Rnd 7: sc around (11)
Rnd 8: sc in 4, 2 sc in 3, sc in 4
Rnd 9-16: sc around Rnd 17: sc in next st, sc2tog around, jn w sl st to 1 sc. Fasten off and join as before.

With strong Dental floss threaded on a sturdy needle long enough to go through body of bear, leaving a long tail, insert yarn at spot on body where its left leg will join, exit through the top of the body at neck.

Take a deep stitch in the bottom of bears head and go back through neck in same hole, exiting out right leg joint.

Take a stitch in the top inside of the leg that will go on the bears right (where you want the joint) and insert needle back into body at the same place it came out exiting at the left joint where you started. ( you have formed a triangle of sorts).

Now take a stitch in the corresponding left leg. Now tie together the tail you left at the beginning with the thread on the needle. TIE VERY TIGHTLY and make at least 3 tight knots. They should be hidden in the joint of the leg. Hide the ends in the body.

Next attach arms by entering in one joint, exiting out the other and catching the arm as you did the leg and re-entering body and back out where you started, catching other arm, then pulling tightly and knotting as you did for the legs.

Your bear should now be pose able. If they are too loose to hold position you need to tie more tightly and I highly recommend the floss.

Copyright 2003 Debbie Nicholas from Debbittybears



  1. I love your little bear. He is so cute. I am downloading the pattern for the 2nd time, to make sure I have it on the new computer. I have lots of little nieces and nephews for whom I hope to make little bears with Christmas scarves, this year. THANK YOU for sharing.

  2. I made one for my granddaughter she loved it but I loved it so much I had to make one for myself thank you for the pattern

  3. I read thru directions before printing, I do find diffucult patterns but this does not look like one of them, if you take the time to read it, it really isn’t that diffucult, if you know what your doing!

  4. The pattern is cute, but difficult for beginners and even for us experienced ones. There is no explanation about stitching in the round and the round end counts are inconsistent. It should be explained that the feet and legs are in one piece. The muzzle is not what is shown in the pic and the ears are too small for the head. It is recommended to use a stitch marker in the materials list because the stitches are difficult to see. Still working on mine for more than a week, it is brown mohair with dark brown thread. Hopefully it will be as cute as the picture.

  5. Very cute! Only, I got a totally different face. Couldnt get the muzzle right.

  6. omg!!!! that came out sooo good i worked for a month and it came out soo cute…. thanks i gave it to my mom 4 christmas…. ; )

  7. OMG,,,How precious! Thank you so much for the pattern!

  8. How cute. I’ll have to make him!

  9. I really like the size and shape of this bear, the mohair is perfect for it.

  10. TeaCrazy says

    I made this bear and it came out so sweet! Thank you for posting the pattern.

  11. CraftBits (Shellie Wilson) says

    I have not idea what you are talking about, the image has been heavily edited to remove the background but it is original.

  12. Yeah, whatever. That is soooo a face, PC generated photo. You used cut and paste obviously, and frankly, I’m not sure weather to use the in and paper to prove it!!!

  13. So cute!!!
    I made this for my cousin and she loved it!!!!


  14. Really nice bear! Finally I found a pattern where bear does not look like a teddy8)Do you think I could make it with a fuzzy yarn?

  15. This guy has such an endearing face and posture. I’m in love! CharD

  16. Looking forward to trying this pattern. K

  17. Easy to understand instructions. All abbrivations are standard for crochet. Adorable little bear!! Thank you for the pattern.

  18. i love this teddy bear so much and hope i can do this don’t understand abbreviations such a cute bear:)

  19. SO CUTE, with very easy to understand instructions!!!

  20. thats so cute!
    if only i could crochet…

  21. your bear is just soooo cute

  22. ilovepoohbear372 says

    OOOHHHH! So cute! But how tall is it when you are done???????

  23. I am also a beginner, but I love this cute little bear and I am having ago to try and make one for my Daughter’s Friend who is having a baby. I will practice untill I get it right.stitches guides will show you abbrivations. thanks.LisaX

  24. Miss World says

    gorgeous! wish I knew how to crochet! :p

  25. Mohair is a natural animal fiber available at any yarn store, but probably not at a department store. But you can use any synthetic single ply, or lace weight yarn that is fuzzy.

  26. Is mohair fuzzy yarn?

  27. CraftBits (Shellie Wilson) says

    If you want a simpler version try a different bear pattern found in the knitting section. If this pattern was easier it wouldn’t be the same bear.

  28. It looks amazing from the picture, but perhaps a 2nd simpler version could be made for beginners with instructions about what all the abbrivations mean?Could anyone tell me what Mohair is?

  29. i loved making this bear i have made many thank you much

  30. I have some vintage wool and mohair yarn that I bought at a thrift store..just about enough for this bear.
    And it’s white!
    I am making this adorable project.

  31. adorable but hard to make!

  32. SOOOOO ADORABLE! the cutest wee bear..!

  33. very hard to understand instructions

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