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Thread: Pattern for teddybear.

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    Hi,

    Can anybody help me with a pattern for a teddybear?

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    I used to have one that was either Simplicity or McCall's, but it is long gone. Have you checked their websites?

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    Welcome, just wondering....what size did you want?

    If you do a "search" on Q forum here you may find an applique size (4" or 5"). or did you want the full size cuddle bear?

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    Did you want a stuffed one, or applique one?

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    what size want abook or just a pattern have lots of them grand kids to old for them now

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    I want a stuffed one. The size doesn`t matter.

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    http://teddiesbylauralynn.com/free-p.../patterns.html
    Remembered I saw this yesterday. Hope it's what you want. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.

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    there is a pattern for one in Eleanor Burns book called "Christmas at Bear Paw Ranch." I bought this book many years ago and have used it many times for all the ideas and patterns in it. Well worth the money

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    Quote Originally Posted by magpie
    http://teddiesbylauralynn.com/free-p.../patterns.html
    Remembered I saw this yesterday. Hope it's what you want. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.
    The Sebastian Bear on this web site is adorable & the pattern is free. Can't get better than that!

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    I just bought a Simplicity bear pattern - #5461. Easy. Has several size variations. Hope it is what you are looking for.

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    a very very easy bear pattern is from Carol's Zoo. Has two pieces and can literally be made in one hour. It sounds too simple but the bear does have some personality and is cute.

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    Simplicity 5461 is my favorite. I have made a half a dozen out of fleece for the children's hospital. It makes up really fast and is so cute.

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    Possibilities, or The Great American Quilt Factory, in Denver, CO have my favorite nonjointed teddy bear pattern. It comes in 3 sizes in one pattern and 1 large bear in another. They don't have eyes or nose to bother with, but I'm sure you could add them if you want. Their addie is www.possibilitiesquilt.com. Hope this helps you.

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    I came up with a teddy bear pattern (free to download)at www.howjoyful.com - it's a pretty good-sized bear and besides being able to print out the pattern pieces (covers several pages), she has a complete tutorial. Haven't tried making it yet but it looks pretty "do-able."
    Mary @-->-

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    thank all of you for your help there sure is a lot of free patterns out there

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    try freeteddybearpatterns.net I saw alot of cute patterns there last nite

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    simplicity 8418....although i've had it for a long time.....Here's what the bear looked like - This was the medium size. The bear was made from quilts that my grandmother made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by magpie
    http://teddiesbylauralynn.com/free-p.../patterns.html
    Remembered I saw this yesterday. Hope it's what you want. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.
    Hi Magpie: Thank you for the website. I found the directions for making thread catchers which I copied and plan to make as gifts for all the ladies in my quilt club. I've made them before but didn't have a pattern and find the ones I made had a few "imperfections" that I never bothered to fix. Now with the pattern I'll just make the bags RIGHT the first time....no "do overs!" Thank you.

    I also enjoyed that site and the cute things they provide patterns for at no charge. I and my children/grands/great grands are past the teddy bear age so I won't be making any of those but did enjoy the idea of using Kool Aid as a dying medium for fabric. May use that sometime.

    Hope you and yours had a Blessed Thanksgiving, too.

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    Do you mean a stuffed animal or a quilt pattern? If you mean a quilt pattern there is one here...
    http://www.quilterscache.com/T/TeddyBearBlock.html

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    I made a custom pattern for bears 18-21" and will mail you a copy if you would like. I don't have instructions for it but if you sew much you should be able to figure it out. Just send me a snail mail address!

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    Check Carol's Zoo.com. Her patterns are real easy and quick and cute!

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    I bought a one seam teddy bear pattern years ago and it was the easiest one I have ever used. It was from a craft designer line, a woman's name. I think it was a McCalls pattern but could have been Simplicity or even Butterick. I haven't seen Butterick patterns in any stores now days. I don't think I kept it but I'll look in my old patterns and see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gullet
    closed found the person thank all of you for your help
    Hi, can anybody help me with a pattern for a teddybear?

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    I have a medium size one and a small one and one I can't find.
    I'll look them up and you get back to me about the size you
    would like.

    Flo in NNY
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gullet
    Hi,

    Can anybody help me with a pattern for a teddybear?
    Hello, I am sorry, I think I replied to you that is wasn't me about the pattern. My last name is Gullett and your name only has one "t". Wow!

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