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teddy bear duo

Created in this Craftsy class

Wee Ones: Seamless Knit Toys taught by Susan B. Anderson

Susan’s Wee Ones — elephant, hippo and bunny — are so cute, you'll want to keep them for yourself! You’ll be able to knit dozens using the same basic pattern, which was designed exclusively for Craftsy!

Other projects made as part of this class:

wee heart
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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Toy
Yarn Weight Worsted (10 ply)
Sizing Infant / Baby
Style Cute, Whimsical
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What needles did you use? US 7 / 4.5 mm / UK 7

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What materials did you use? Rowan Wool Worsted

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What are you most proud of? My first toy. I'm hooked!

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Love the teddy bear variation! Did you create it yourself? Genius!

04/21/2014 Flag

Yes. I just modified the elephant head. So many animal possibilities. :)

05/04/2014 Flag

That's so inspiring! I'm a very new knitter, and one of the things I'm finding fascinating is the ability to tweak things as you go along and get creative according to your own tastes. Before I got into knitting, I never would have imagined what an outlet for creativity it is. Thanks for the inspiration!

05/09/2014 Flag

Love the bear. Great job on the face!!

04/30/2014 Flag

Thank you. These toys are such fun to knit.

05/04/2014 Flag

love it!!

03/14/2015 Flag

Thank you.

03/16/2015 Flag

could you share the modifications you made to get the bear face??

03/15/2015 Flag

To be honest, I just winged it and didn't write down the modifications. If memory serves me, I added extra knit rows to make a small snou

03/16/2015 Flag

Started reply using my iPad and it sent before I could finish. Sorry. Again, I added extra knit rows during the face decrease to form a snout. Watch your head and visualize what shape you want and don't be afraid to experiment. If it looks wrong, tink back a row and make adjustments. Hope this helps. I am planning on making another vest and bear set for a new baby, so I'll try to write down the modifications.

03/16/2015 Flag

Thank you for sharing!!! i will let you knoe how It goes!!!

03/16/2015 Flag

Feel free to contact me if you get stuck. I'm not sure if the teacher responds anymore or not. Again, it's pretty easy to see where you're going while knitting. Good luck.....

03/16/2015 Flag