Pookie the little Panda Bear, ePattern

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Pookie the little Panda Bear, ePattern Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic sewing skills, basic pattern reading instructions, knowledge of jointing hardware

Pattern Description:

Meet Pookie the littlest Panda bear from All Things Beartiful! A delightful 10 inch fully jointed bear with expressive eyes, full tummy, waxed nose, and bitty bob tail.

Pattern and instructions for Pookie the Panda also include the variation for an Inset Face and a short tail or long tail. Included are precise and detailed directions, step by step through the entire bear making process: from pattern cutting to sewing to finishing. Large easy to read typeface.

The pattern is 18 pages:
Cover with color image
11 pages of instructions
Antiquing The Bear and other options
5 pages of bear part templates and sample layout guide

PDF: 18 pages

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 10.5 inches tall, 8 inches wide


  • 1/6 yardage amount of black mohair fabric
  • 6" x 20" light mohair fabric, 5 x 5 inch square of paw pad material, Upholstery thread spool and skein of embroidery thread,
  • Pair of 12mm shoe button eyes on loops
  • 8 - 1.25 inch discs for limb joints, 2 - 1.50 inch disc for head joint, 5 Cotter pins or 5 locknut & bolt sets, Washers #6 or #8
  • Excelsior and Polyfill Stuffing, Plastic pellets, 1/2 cup

You Will Also Need:

  • Bees Wax, Waxed dental floss, Waterproof fine tip marker, Cotter pin key tool or neddle nose pliers, Craft scissors, fine tip sharp scissors, Stuffing stick, Lock nut & Bolt drivers, Needles for hand sewing, Doll Sculpture Needle (5" - 7"), Awl, 2 - frosted Mylar sheets (11 x 17 inch) for pattern templates

About Designer

About Designer

GingerStockwell on craftsy.com

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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