Crafty News — adapted teddy bear
Good morning Lovelies, Bank holiday weekend and the weather looks promising!Today Diane has shared an interesting photo of two bears she made using the Harley Patchwork Bear Pattern. The one on the left is the original 14 inch bear and the one on the right has been enlarged by 140% making him around 20 inches tall!Diane told me that she had the pattern pieces enlarged at her local Photo-shop and as you can see the design also worked really well at this scale. Its worth mentioning that all of our designs can be scaled up (or down) by photocopying each...
Shelley Louise's Mine-craft Teddy...Made for her son's birthday using the Harley Patchwork Bear Sewing Pattern. What a beautiful result Shelly and so very unique! I love the fabric - couldn't be more perfect for a mine-craft themed bear! :)https://www.myfabricheaven.com/collections/teddy-bear-sewing-patterns#myfabricheaven #teddybears #themedbear #minecraftbear #sewingbears
Today I have this little cutie to show you made by Sheenagh using the Patchwork Bear Pattern. She made him for her grandson as a memory bear of his Grandad. I love the way she has created the eyes and nose - she made the nose using a shoelace! A truly unique, one of a kind, memory bear! Thank you for sharing him Sheenagh 🧸🧵https://www.myfabricheaven.com#myfabricheaven #memorybearkeepsake #sewingpattern #handmadebear
How sweet is this little lavender bear made and shared by Maureen who told me..."Hi, this was made from the Huggable Teddy Pattern which has been enlarged. I have put some lavender in it as my granddaughter wanted something to help her sleep"What a good idea to add some fragrant herbs to the toy stuffing, great tip Maureen! Have a lovely weekend everyone and I hope you get some sewing time!Huggable Bear Pattern#myfabricheaven #sewing #teddybear #handmade
We're just AMAZED to see this 5 foot tall version of Teddy Eddy Bear!! (The original pattern is for a 9 inch tall bear!)This huge Teddy Eddy was made by Liz for one of her customer's as part of a promotion. You can see the original leg template sat on top of the giant leg piece. It was quite a challenge and he's pretty heavy apparently! Well done Liz and thanks for sharing the photos! https://www.myfabricheaven.com/collections/teddy-bear-sewing-patterns