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Thread: teddy bear quilts

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    Question teddy bear quilts

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    I am trying to find a teddy bear applique quilt pattern that I can use to make for my great niece, can anyone help.
    Chris Lewin

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    Have you tried either the free colouring pages or your local library. I know I can get alot of different pictures for applique from the free colouring pages.
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    Pattern: we barely made it by Java house quilts. www.javahouse quilts.com There are some examples of it done on the forum. I will see if I have it bookmarked...

    here it is: fish and bear quilt this quilter changed the colors from the original but I think it looks awesome either way. I plan to make it without the fish...

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    Keepsake quilting has teddy bear precuts for sale. I don't do a lot of applique so I don't know if they are considered expensive. I was browsing the other day and remember seeing them...happy quilting!
    *Rachel*

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    Teddy bears

    This is a quilt I made for a grandson. It is not applique, it is pieced, but it is fun to make. It came from a book, Fast, Fun and Fabulous Quilts by Rodale Press. You could dress the bears almost however you wanted.
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    Another place to find patterns for animals is on the internet. This is a great site
    http://www.coloring.ws/

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    Here are pics of 2 that I made. These are really fun patterns. The patterns are available at http://www.ginghamgoosepatterns.com/...?dir_cat=11637 Name:  IMG_2997.JPG
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    I can't figure out how to post pictures but there is a cute one titled Bearly a Month from Spring Creek NeedleArt - it's basically a bear of the month and was fun to do. I think Clotilde has a new one which is adorable but the pattern is $20 or so...
    Cherylsea

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