Create a unique teddy bear with one of these patterns. Use whatever fabric you like and maybe embroider a heart and let the teddy bear say that it loves whoever you will be giving it to.
To keep these economical, consider outgrown clothing or items from thrift stores as fabric to make teddy bears. You'll be amazed how inexpensive a fake fur coat can be at a thrift store and how much usable fabric it will yield to make a teddy bear. An applique of a special fabric can add the perfect finishing... touch.
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This adorable teddy bear features movable joints. Sound difficult? Read the step-by-step directions before you start and you can accomplish anything. Soon, you'll be mass producing this bear for all kinds of gift-giving needs.
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This free pattern makes a typical teddy bear with a soft and fuzzy feel. The example shown is made with fleece in two different colors so you can see the piecing involved. The author of the pattern does warn that this pattern is not for beginners.
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This teddy bear is designed from a 1907 sewing pattern. He features long fur to have an authentic 1900s look. This one is well worth creating and is bound to make anyone a wonderful teddy bear.
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This bear can be re-sized up to 16 inches but the really exciting part of this pattern is that it is jointed without buying any specialty hinges. The instructions guide you through using stitching to create a jointed bear.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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This teddy bear is bound to make many appearances at holidays, birthdays and baby showers. He's too cute to resist!
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"Bonjour" is an 8 1/2-inch bear that is said to be an excellent teddy for a first-time bear-making project. He certainly will make an adorable and lovable bear!
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This is a simple teddy bear pattern with much thought to safety issues and small children. It's easy to imagine a small child toting this little bear around for a good long time. The site suggests making these bears for Emergency Medical services that keep the bears on hand to give to small children during a time they need comforting.
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This bear is made with two simple pattern pieces and enough detail to be an adorable bear. It's easy to make yet designed for years of love and has child safety in mind.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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This is a traditional 9-inch teddy bear with contrasting colored hands and feet and movable joints. The shape of this bear makes him a totally huggable companion for small arms.
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This free pattern will make a wonderful first teddy bear for any baby. Similar to the idea of tag blankets, tiny hands can easily grip this bear and hold it tight. Using a fuzzy fabric increases the textural feel for a baby.
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Do you have beginner sewers in your home? This is a free pattern that combines computer technology, by printing the teddy bear on fabric and beginning sewing skills by simply following the outline on the fabric to sew up this simple teddy bear.
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This basic teddy bear is perfect for decorating and for babies or small children. It is simple to sew and has no small parts unless you decide to add them. Embroidery is always safer than buttons for small children.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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This is a traditional teddy bear but this one is adorable and holding a small pumpkin making him a perfect home-decorating teddy bear as well as a lovable bear. The heart footprints are absolutely adorable and make him unique!
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This free pattern is not your typical teddy bear but is simple to sew and the possibilities are endless for a unique and lovable teddy bear-style doll. Wonderful step-by-step instructions are included. Let the young ones who are interested in sewing help decorate this simple doll.
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These ideas take "memory bears" to a whole new level. Imagine all the jeans and shirts that are outgrown that could be transformed into lovable teddy bears!