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Paddington Abroad - Michael Bond 2005 P/B Used Book (Free U.K Postage)

Collectible dolls and toys. These award-winning creations include; Winnie-the-Pooh; Rose O'Neill's Kewpie; The World of Beatrix Potter; and classic Disney characters - all made in limited editions at the R.JOHN WRIGHT workshop in upstate New York.

Bears! Bears! Bears! pdf instant download pattern woodland plushie handmade felt ornament

Bears! Bears! Bears! is a PATTERN for making all of these sweet simple handmade woodland bears. One is giving his heart to you, one is sleepy and the last is an angel with wings and a cloud. These are sweet simple bears that a beginner should be able to make . The easily downloaded pdf file contains the pattern, illustrations and easy to follow directions for hand sewing these bears. As always, please do not leave infants and young children unattended with small objects as they may choke…

Willhelm Strunz began by making various felt toys - as the company name suggests. Based on patent numbers it would appear the company first began producing teddy bears in 1904, some of the earliest bears had limbs attached using metal joints visible from the outside. Strunz teddy bears were made of good quality long and short white, blonde or brown mohair plush. Strunz bears would have been manufactured for about 10 years only so they are quite rare.

I swear that at first glance this was a real stuffed teddy bear. Amazing cake design! How to make Mr. me to you bear cake

Im sure that quite a few of you have seen the amazing teddy bears made using the African Flower squares on Ravelry. Heres a little beauty! Lollo the African Flower Bear by Heidi Bears from Heidi Bears Blog This little bear however was made by the incredibly talented hamishbrown on Ravelry, using the above pattern. Lovely work!