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Teddy Bear Sewing Pattern Schnozzel


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Schnozzel is a 4 1/2 inch (12cm) jointed collectors' teddy bear. He is made from mohair fabric, with glass eyes and suede footpads. His head, arms and legs are movable. This little bear has a big nose, big tummy and big feet. In fact, he is BIG on charm. Schnozzel's designer is Carol Casey. She is currently taking a break from bear making, all her patterns can be found in Megan's shop. The pattern consists of fourteen pages, with clour photos and lots of diagrams. - one page of pattern templates, and a pattern layout guide, - eleven pages of instructions for sewing the parts and assembling the bear, - a pattern cover with colour photograph, - supplies requirements list. To make the bear you will need: a small piece of short pile mohair 7 x 9 inch (17 x 25cm), 13mm joint set, 3mm glass eyes, scrap of suede for footpads. To make the bear we used Loubear mohair (Tom colour 25). You will find the fabric at CROCHET PATTERN for the dungarees is not included in the pattern, it is available as a FREE TUTORIAL on my blog. Our patterns are protected by copyright. The pattern is intended for the person who purchased it only. You may sell finished items made from the pattern. You may not resell the pattern, or distribute it in any form. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sewing SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 4 1/2 inches (12cm)

Supplies Needed

  • Joint Set
  • Glass Eyes
  • Mohair Fabric

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I'm an artist, designing toys both commercially and one of a kind collectibles. When time allows I also restore old toys and make dolls house miniatures. I work mostly with mohair, felt and natural fibers. Also lots of polymer clay. Occasionally you might find me venturing to other materials as well! If you would like to know more about what's happening in my studio, and see some of my other creations, visit my website at I blog at