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Bear: Tutorial & Pattern

Bear: Tutorial & Pattern
Last week I showed you one of the projects I’ve being working on. I wanted to make something really special for our wedding photographers, so as a Thank you present I made 2 little bears for their son and daughter. Now that I actually finished and shipped the teddy bears, I didn’t want to just show you how it turned out, I also I wanted to share the pattern and some basic instructions on how to assemble. So gather your materials! and get ready to make your very own teddy bear! =) IMPORTANT: This project is not for beginners, and if you have never made stuffed animals and are not familiar with patterns, I would recommend you to start with a more simple project and attempt this teddy bear once you have the skills and patience to put together pattern pieces and are familiar with your sewing machine (if you are not fully hand-stitching it). First you need to download the pattern (I printed my pattern on cardboard so that way the process of tracing to the fabric will be easier.)

http://www.howjoyful.com/2010/05/howjoyful-bear-tutorial-and-pattern/

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