Bumble the Bee

My husband has been asking me to make him a bee for awhile now! Having finally almost finished Babette Blanket (and being out of the wool I need to complete its edging), I thought I’d go for the bee at long last!

Materials List
2.5mm hook a small amount of yellow wool a small amount of gray wool stitch marker (I used King Cole Merino Blend DK in amber and dark gray)

Finished Size
My finished Bee is just under 2 inches long.

Gauge is unimportant for this project.


2 sc in next stitch. 2 sc. finish off. (mark 6th st) Row 2: 2 sc in next 6 st (12sc. sc in next 3 st. turn Round 2: 1 sc in next 2 st. mark 12th st) Row 12: dec next 12 st (6 sc). then 2sc in opposite side of the st you just worked 2 sc into. Stuff the little dude with whatever fuzzy/fluffy stuff you have to hand (I save the little ends from other projects and use those) Weave the yarn through the last 6 st and pull tightly to close. make sure you mark your final st or the round so you know where ‘the beginning’ is. The Pattern BODY: Ch 2 Row 1: 6 sc in 1st ch. mark 12th st) Row 3: *1 sc in 1st st. mark 18th st) Row 6-7: Change to yellow and sc around as in rows 4-5. Then sew all the bits toghether! His eyes are just made from wool-knots in this picture. Row 8-9: Change to black and sc around as in rows 4-5. mark 18th st) Rows 4-5: Change color to black and sc around all 18 st (18 sc. Row 11: *1 sc in 1st stitch. Weave in all ends. Repeat from * until you complete the round (18sc. 1 dec.It’s a very quick and easy pattern worked in rounds. Then finish off and leave a little bit of yarn to weave around the opening of your bee. but use anything you like! . WINGS (make 2): ch 4 Round 1: beginning in 2nd ch from hook. Row 10: Change to yellow and sc around (18sc). Repeat from * for entire round (12 sc. ch 1. (you’re working in a little ‘U’ shape). 2 sc in 3rd st.

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