The scarf

Now to learn how to crochet flat things! If you already know how to crochet flat things with double crochet stitches and color changes in them, straight to the written pattern you go!

Row 1: (green yarn) ch 4  (4)
Row 2: dc in the third ch from the hook, dc  (2)
Row 3: ch 2 and turn, dc in the third stitch from the hook, dc  (2)
Rows 4-5: (switch to blue yarn) ch 2 and turn, dc in the third stitch from the hook, dc  (2)
Rows 6-7: 
(switch to green yarn) ch 2 and turn, dc in the third stitch from the hook, dc  (2)
Rows 8-23: Repeat rows 4-7 four more times.
Rows 24-25: Repeat rows 4-5.

Fasten off and weave in the yarn tail.

If that looked like a bunch of foreign text to you, let's walk through it step-by-step.

Row 1

Grab the green yarn and make a slip knot:

Then make 4 chain stitches:

Row 2

Do two double crochet stitches (dc) into the foundation chain - one in the third chain from the hook, and one in the chain after that:

Row 3

When you hit the end of the row, you'll need to do 2 chain stitches and turn your piece (abbreviated "ch 2 and turn"). Then dc into the third stitch from the hook:

We're switching to blue yarn in the next row, so before you do the second (and last) dc of row 3, watch this video on how to change colors:

Row 4 and beyond

Now you know everything you need to know to be able to follow the written pattern up top! 

When you get to the end, fasten off and weave in the yarn tails:

Last step - sew together the two ends of the scarf together so it stays on Lola Loca:

Hooray, you dun it! 

And there ya have it, your very own woobly polar bear!

Every Wooble comes out a little bit different, and that's part of their charm. Tag us on Instagram @thewoobles, so we can ooooh and aaaaah at your woobly wonder.

And now that you know how to crochet, you can make Lola Loca the Polar Bear again and again by following the pattern.

Until we meet again, wooble on!