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Round Single crochet 2 together and single crochet into the next stitch 1 time. Stuff the body with polyfill stuffing. Single crochet 2 together. Repeat this to the end of round Tie off the last stitch and weave through the remaining stitches. Thread this yarn through your needle and then begin weaving the yarn through the stitches along the bottom of the bear. When you are finished, pull on the yarn to bring the stitches together. Cut away the excess yarn.
Make a magic circle and single crochet 6 times into it. Make a magic circle, secure it with a slipstitch, and then single crochet into the center 6 times. This will complete round 1. Work 2 single crochet stitches for every stitch in the round. For round 2, chain 1 to begin your round and then work 2 single crochet stitches into every stitch in this round. This will double the total number of stitches in the round, taking the total from 6 to Increase for the next 2 rounds. The next 2 rounds will be increase rounds. Work the following increases:  Round 3: Single crochet 2 times in the first stitch and 1 time in the next stitch.
You will have 18 stitches at the end. Round 4: Single crochet 2 times in the first stitch and 1 time in the next 2 stitches. You will have 24 stitches at the end. Single crochet into every stitch in the round.
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Your 5th round will just be a single crochet round. Work 1 single crochet stitch into every stitch in the round. Single crochet 2 times into the first stitch and 1 time into the next 11 stitches. After you finish the round of single crochet stitches, you will work a very slight increase round. Single crochet twice into the first stitch and 1 time into the next 11 stitches.
Repeat this sequence for the 6th round. You will have 26 stitches at the end of this round. Fasten off the last stitch. Your muzzle is completed now, and all you have to do is fasten off the last stitch and leave some yarn for stitching the muzzle in place. Use a darker color yarn to sew on the nose.
Then, sew through the tip of the muzzle with the yarn to form the nose. You can sew in an upside down triangle design going back and forth across the tip of the nose until it is fully covered. Sew the muzzle partially into place. Then, being weaving in and out of the edges of the muzzle and the face to connect them. Stop when you have just a few inches left to sew onto the face so that you can stuff the muzzle. Stuff the muzzle before you finish sewing it completely into place. Fill the muzzle with polyfill stuffing to give it a nose-like appearance.
Keep stuffing the muzzle through the gap that you left until you are satisfied with its appearance. Then, sew up the gap that you left and tie off the yarn. Cut the excess yarn. Make a magic circle and single crochet into the magic circle 6 times. Start the ears the exact same ways as the head and muzzle. Create the magic circle, secure it with a slipstitch, and then work 6 single crochet stitches into the circle.
Tug the tail to tighten it, and then slipstitch to connect the first and last stiches.
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Work 2 single crochet stitches into every stitch. Chain 1 and then single crochet twice into every stitch in the round. This will double your stitches and bring your total from 6 to 12 for round 2. Work an increase and then single crochet for 2 rounds. For round 3, work another increase round. Single crochet 2 times in the first stitch and 1 time in the next stitch. Fasten off.
This will provide plenty of yarn to sew the ear into place. Repeat to create the second ear. Make the second ear exactly the same way as the first ear so that they will be identical. Fold the circles to form half circles. To form the ears, all you need to do is fold them in half. Do not stuff the ears with filling. Just fold them so that one side is rounded and the other is straight. The ears should resemble half-moon shapes.
Thread your tail yarn trough the eye of the yarn needle and then sew along the bottom edges of the ear.