Honey Bears

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Honey Bears Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

Meet the Honey Bears.
The cutest new couple in town. 6" tall.
Perfect quick and easy baby shower gift or craft show seller.
It's a Boy or it's a girl...pink or blue or polka dots on green,with their own little bed.
Even without added embellishments they are cute and cuddly.
Stitch them in fleece or woven cotton.
8 pages
Step photo instructions.
includes patterns for stitchers and
Sizes for quilters printed on the block patterns.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Honey Bears 6" tall


  • Honey Bears: 1/4th yard fabric, cotton flannel or anti piling fleece Polyester stuffing, matching thread, embroidery thread, needle, Reynolds Freezer Paper "plastic coated".
  • freezer paper, fabric marking pen or chalk marker
  • NET SKIRT: white Nylon tulle/ netting 6" wide X 1.5 yards. 18" ribbon 1/2" wide, matching thread, safety pin
  • LITTLE BED 1/4 yard cotton fabric, avoid one way designs, matching thread, 1/4 yard batting: cotton or polyester (Pellon fleece)

You Will Also Need:

  • OPTIONAL EMBELLISHMENTS: felt flower buttons (See shopping page 2) ribbon roses. butterfly applique, eyelet trims. The younger the child the fewer the embellishments. Avoid items that could cause chocking,

About Designer

About Designer

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by PegAnders
So Cal USA
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I love to sew and I'm learning to crochet. Creating and embellishing clothing, toys and gifts is my idea of a fun time.
My sewing friends think I'm a quilter and my quilting friends know that I'm not a quilter and they haven't quite figured me out. My designs are original, usually serve a function with a dash of embellishment. I especially enjoy designing projects for the Home, family and ...

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