Today I thought you'd like to see a lovely example of a baby grow memory bear made by Carolyn using the Harley Teddy Pattern from her grandsons baby clothes. She has used a lovely fur fabric in complementing shades for the head and limbs and used the baby clothes on the main body. Beautifully done Carolyn, thanks for sharing ;) xxx https://goo.gl/Agc1cR
https://goo.gl/8vEJzvToday I have a poignant story to share about this sweet teddy made by Tricia who told me... "hi, I have used the patchwork bear pattern to make a memory bear from the few baby clothes which belonged to a little boy who got his angel wings 12 years ago when he was less that 12 weeks old." "He has been called Billy Brave-heart by his grandma who I work with. She is going to do a sky dive in the little boys memory and the bear is going with her so her grandson will be with her"What a brave...
https://goo.gl/yDVxZpI've been busy making a little friend for Huggable Bear... Meet Huggable Bunny.This cute little bundle was designed for small hands and is made from a heavy-weight cotton fabric. She has floppy arms and legs made in the traditional rag doll style and is quick and easy to create. With a simple embroidered face and no buttons she’s also very child friendly! Available now in all our online shops both in paper and PDF format ;)Elle xx
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Tina's Trio...all made from the Harley Teddy Pattern. She has adapted the ears to create a bunny as well!Thanks for sharing the image Tina ;) xxhttps://goo.gl/cdF147