Check out this crochet bear hood that you can make for the little ones in your life. This is so pretty. I just love the furry yarn. This free pattern will make a hood to fit a child from ages 4 to 7. The instructions for crocheting this hood are very nicely listed and separated by area. do you have the instructions for the hood, then the ears and then the pulls for it. It looks fairly easy for anyone that has any experience with crochet.
Kids need hats to help keep ear aches away and this one will be one they want to wear because it is so cute. This one was done in blue but you could choose your colors to match a coat or jacket or the child’s favorite color or even a realistic color to look more like a bear.
The free patter for this crochet bear hood pattern is from Niftynnifer’s Crochet and Crafts. She did give links in the post for the furry yarn used but it looks like that place doesn’t have any more so you can find all colors of furry yarn here. You could probably sell these at fairs and make a little money from them and crochet is the perfect craft to do in the winter. When it is chilly you have warm yarn on your lap and by spring you will probably have a good assortment of hoods all done.
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