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Mims Vintaged Panda 14 inch Teddy Bear


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Here is a panda bear pattern with a vintage look and styling! Meet Mim, a sweet vintage style panda! A delightful 14 inch fully jointed bear, easy to sew old fashioned panda Included are precise and detailed written directions, step by step through the entire bear making process: from pattern cutting to sewing to finishing. Also included are my "tips" throughout the pattern which I have learned from sources as Rotraud Ilisch of Germany, Linda S. Mead of Spare Bear Parts, and from years of creating my own bear patterns. PDF: 16 pages Cover with color image, 7 pages of instructions, Antiquing The Bear and other options, plus 3 pages of bear part templates and layout guide Includes Caring for your bear and a printable birth certificate from All Things Beartiful for you to name your new teddy bear. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY cut pattern pieces and fabric, hand sewing with baste, ladder, and whip stitch, operate sewing machine on straight stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 13 1/2 inches to 14 inches tall Pattern is resizable by printing pattern pieces less than 100%

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1/6 yard of dark mohair
  • 12 inch x 12 inch piece of light mohair
  • 8 inch x 10 inch paw pad material

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All Things Beartiful
All Things Beartiful
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 dressmaking and bearmaking. Hugs, Ginger Stockwell