Bourbon the Bear

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Bourbon the Bear Pattern

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Knitting: Bourbon the Bear
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This pattern is easy to follow but requires basic knitting knowledge. You should be familiar with:
  • Casting on stitches
  • purl
  • knit
  • stockinet stitch
  • increasing kfb and m1
  • decreasing k2tog
  • Casting off
  • mattress or invisible stitch
  • button jointing (Optional) limbs can be joined using invisible stitch

Pattern Description:

*This pattern can be printed for your personal use only*

*You can not resell, copy, or share without my Permission*

I DO NOT MIND IF YOU SELL A FEW OF YOUR FINISHED TOYS. BUT DO NOT GO INTO MASS PRODUCTION AS THIS IS A BREACH OF THE COPYRIGHT ACT. MASS PRODUCTION REQUIRES A LICENCE TO BE PURCHASED FROM THE DESIGNER UNDER LEGAL AGREEMENT TERMS.

If you have any problems following the pattern, or need any advice/help - please contact me.

Thank you for looking!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Bourbon bear stands approximately 12" tall (this may vary depending on the yarn and the size of knitting needles used) all materials are listed to make the same toy.

Materials:

  • Two different colors of wool yarn (Patons Classic Wool Sesame and Chestnut brown is used in these photos)
  • Polyfil stuffing
  • A pair of plastic safety lock eyes 6mm
  • Small piece of felt for embroidering face and locking eyes
  • Embroidering floss
  • Long doll needle to sew button joints
  • Yarn needle to sew together parts
  • Four medium size buttons to joint arms and legs
  • #7 4.5mm Knitting needles

About Designer

About Designer

Madisoncrftnook on craftsy.com

When my daughter was born I became a stay at home mother. I began to teach myself to crochet and knit using many different books and resources. I also had found one of my grandmother's sewing machines and even taught myself to sew. I started to sell some of my finished crafts on Etsy. Today I'm a Artisan that designs original crochet and knit Amigurumi patterns. You can find all of my designs ...

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