Picture making a child’s very first favorite toy – a soft, huggable, handcrafted teddy bear. This bear has actually embroidered features and machine-sewn arms, legs, and ears. There are no small parts that may come off, even after years of snuggling and play. And make an adorable matching blankie, too, ideal for the crib and full with little ribbon loops to play with.
This quick and easy pattern will certainly become a go-to staple of your sewing collection, as you turn a half backyard of soft fleece and a fat quarter of quilting cotton or flannel into a lovable bear and blankie set that will thrill child and parents alike. A fast and simple present for that unique person’s baby shower! This bear can also be sewn from velour if you ‘d like (see the last photo).
This listing is for a digital PDF sewing pattern. It will certainly be emailed to you immediately after purchase.
Like all my patterns, this sewing pattern consists of step-by-step photos, clear written directions, and full-sized templates. You’ll have the ability to make the Baby Bear and Blankie Set with ease! The finished bear is 12 inches tall and the blankie is 12 inches x 15 inches.
This sewing pattern is best fit for innovative beginners who currently understand how to stitch a straight stitch on their sewing machines, how to baste, and ways to do some easy hand stitching. If you have actually made a softie or more before, you’re ready for this pattern!
The Child Bear and Blankie Set is an original sewing pattern by Abby Glassenberg. Copyright 2012. All rights reserved. It is illegal to disperse this pattern digitally or in tough copy without my permission.
You can sell items made from this pattern as long as you follow these regulations:
1. Keep a copy of your receipt as evidence of purchase.
2. The items can not be mass-produced. They should be made by hand, one at a time.
3. Items should be made only by the individual who purchased the pattern.
4. Credit is offered to Abby Glassenberg as the pattern designer on a tag attached to each item and, if offering online, the listing (on Etsy, etc.) have to consist of a direct link to where the pattern can be bought.
5. You might make changes to the pattern, but you should still connect to the original pattern and credit Abby Glassenberg on the product’s tags and listings.
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