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Thread: Memory Bear

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    Junior Member wantanaquilt's Avatar
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    Memory Bear

    Anyone know anything about this pattern, were I can upload it or purchase the pattern. Tk u , been looking for this pattern for sometime now, any help would be appreciated. I came across this by accident, and know grand daughter would love it for her new baby due in early July, would love to make one to send to her. Tk. U again for any help.Click image for larger version. 

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    Here is one I made my grandaughter years ago. As you can see she was a baby there and she is now 10 years old. She loves this bear. They even washed it.
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    Tks. for the website and I searched all over but no pattern for sale or to print. I know she makes any kind you want to buy/ I would rather make my own with my scraps I have here. did put it under favorites.

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    That is a cute bear to and appreciate your help, but little different then the one I saved. Tks. for your trouble.

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    http://mccallpattern.mccall.com/free...s-pages-748.ph

    There is a teddy bear pattern here. Not exactly like the one you pictured but maybe you could use it as a beginning reference.

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    Here a site where you can download a pattern but you may have to modify it.http://www.howjoyful.com/2010/05/how...l-and-pattern/

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    You can use any pattern for a bear and just cut your pieces differenly. I am going to try to make another one in patchwork style. I guess you can say I got inspired by all the pretty pictures that website had of the different memory bears.

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    I have been looking for a good pattern for sometime now............. wanted to make bears for each of my kids and grand kids from my late husbands shirts etc.

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    Memory Bears that I know of (I know a gal that makes them) are made with shirts/blouses etc. of a loved one passed on. Made for the family members to remember them by. She made ones for her family when her mom passed the one she made for herself was out of 3 different tops that she loved on her mom. And no she won't give up the pattern.

    I agree with the rest of the posts that you can change your pattern pieces to make the bear look like the one in the picture.

    Just thought I'd add this.
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