Black Bear Cub 1902 ePattern exclusive

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Black Bear Cub 1902 ePattern exclusive 1902 Berryman cartoon

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Toy

Item:

Animal

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • cut and sew bear limbs, head, and body

Pattern Description:

The history of the teddy bear has always fascinated me. When I saw the cartoon black bear cub by Clifford Berryman (Washington Post, November 1902), I wanted to design a bear that looked and felt just like the cartoon bear. I think I achieved my goal with 'Black Bear Cub 1902' and hope you like this little bear pattern.

This pattern has the inset face, a cute little tail, and perky ears. With my simple pattern steps, an inset face can be easy and fun.

I recommend Schulte mohair for the body, face, and paw pads.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 8 inches x 10 inches x 6.5 inches standing on all fours

Materials:

  • 1/4 yard of black mohair
  • 10" x 10" square of white bristle mohair
  • 5 locknut and bolt sets or cotterpins
  • 10 hard disc and washers
  • excelsior stuffing
  • premium polyfill
  • plastic pellets
  • upholstery thread
  • hand sewiing needles
  • doll needles for sculpting
  • embroidery thread
  • pair of 12mm German glass googli eyes
  • Stuffing tools
  • Awl
  • Locknut and bolt drivers
  • Cotter pin key tool
  • Needle nose pliers
  • White/silver waterproof marker pen
  • 2 11x 12 sheets of frosted mylar

You Will Also Need:

  • leather collar with spikes
  • silver pull chain

About Designer

About Designer

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My name is Ginger, and I began sketching and designing fashion styles when I was 5 years old, just like my mother and grandmother. Stick pins and lovely tan tissue paper were my favorite play items as a little brown haired girl, and still are today!

Some ladies dream of Prince Charming, but I dream of a dressmaker form on a stand.

From haute couture to pattern design, I truly love ...

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