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The Bear in the Hat - Dr. Suess Style

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : The Bear in the Hat - Dr. Suess Style
The Bear in the Hat - Dr. Suess Style
The Bear in the Hat - Dr. Suess Style The Bear in the Hat

Pattern Description:

BEAR IN THE HAT
An artist rendering of the Dr. Seuss' Cat in the Hat style teddy bear with delightful button-on tail.

The bear is 14 inches, fully jointed. With inset face, white paw pads and inside white ears.

FAIRY TALE BEAR SERIES
Included are precise and detailed written directions, step by step through the entire bear making process: from pattern cutting to sewing to finishing. Pen sketches illustrate the 5 step process of inserting the face. Antiquing The Bear, Dr. Seuss Story page, and Caring for your Bear included.

8 pages of pattern templates with outfit sewing guide and instructions.

PDF: 20 pages

Materials:

  • 1/5 yardage amount of black mohair fabric, 6 inches x 14 inches of white mohair for inset face and paw pads
  • Upholstery thread spool and skein of embroidery thread
  • Pair of 12mm Googli shoe buttons glass eyes
  • 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
  • Growler or squeaker, small or mini size
  • 1/3 yard each - red, white velveteen cloth, 12" x 12" cotton cloth lining, 1 4-hole black1 inch button
  • Waxed dental floss
  • Bees wax

You Will Also Need:

  • Awl, Craft scissors and sharp tip scissors, Cotter pin key tool, needle nose pliers, or Locknut & bolt drivers, Needles for hand sewing, soft sculpture, and setting eyes, Stuffing stick, Waterproof fine tip black marker (plus colors: white, grey), 3 - 11 x 17 sheets of frosted Mylar


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$7.95

Intermediate
Sewing
Toy
Animal
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About the designer

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 ...

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