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- Teddy Bear Tutorial and Pattern
FREE Teddy Bear Sewing Pattern - How to video tutorial.
Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. The fist this is to download the pattern, print it and cut each piece.
Then you need to trace all of your pieces on the fabric. For all of those that say you need 2, 1 reverse; after tracing the front, turn the pattern and trace the second piece.
I recommend to start with the ears, once you have them done attach them to the front and side part of the face. Repeat the step and make sure the color of the ears is on the inside part. After attaching the back, proceed to sew the moth, first to the head piece and after that sew the front.
Cut the pieces and start with the front, just like the first picture.
For the feet repeat the process and pin all the pieces together before sewing, sometimes it can be an overflow of fabric in this area depending on the kind of fabric you are using. Make sure you assemble the tail and place it before closing the back. Stuff the body and set it to a side so you can finish the face. Proceed to attach the eyes, and pin the mouth to stitch it together. I Fold the very bottom of the mouth to shape a lip and then make two stitches on each side Same place the pin is After that mark his nose with a stitch from the lips to the nose, this is how the back looks like after being done.
Stuff the head and sew it to the body of your teddy bear and you're DONE! You can add a bow, tie or just anything to make it even more pretty!
Remember to download the pattern go HERE. I struggled with the instructions a bit and I think that I will write out my own for my next one. I sewed the whole bear by hand He's for my grandson! Thought I'd play it safe to start!
Reply 15 days ago. Reply 4 years ago. The head worked out great! Im struggling with the arms. Are the back part of the arms supposed to be longer then the front part? Reply 2 years ago. Its not to hard to make but yes this tutorial is missing some key instructions. Ive been working on mine off and on for the last few days and am almost done with a cute bear :p if you or anyone else wants some more instruction i can create a photo series to help fill in some of the blanks and post it here in the comments.
Made 2 bears but a few steps confused me. Didn't seem like letters matched up correctly If you could send me your added pictures or instructions it would be appreciated They turned out ok and I like this bear better than a lot of other patterns I have seen Thanks.
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I would love detailed pics, also! I've been sewing for quite some time, but this pattern is confusing. Some of the letters don't seem to match up. I figured everything out but had trouble with the arms.
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They look like T-rex arms now! Any help would be very much appreciated. Thank you! Mmsrocky2 hotmail. Reply 1 year ago. I would really appreciate a photo series of the arms. I've been sewing stuffed animals for a long time, but this step has me going nuts!
Attaching them to the body using the letters just isn't working for me. I'm sure you have all tried this pattern at this point. If not, I would definitely recommend doing a practice bear with scrap or cheap fabric before attempting one with sentimental clothing.
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Also, it helps to use interfacing I am using Pellon P44F fusible interfacing so the fabric does not stretch, tear or pucker while you are sewing. This was especially helpful when I used fleece and flannel. Good luck! Reply 17 days ago. I literally just started mine, I started with the ears, and after sewing one together, said yep, stabilizer it is!
Especially using tshirt material! Found the instructions and pictures were a bit confusing so I kind of did my own thing and referred back to the written instructions when I got stuck. I love these bears and everyone I made a bear for loved them. Was wondering if there was a way to make a smaller version of this bear?
I am an experienced sewer. I have made stuffed animals in the past. This is the worst pattern I have ever done. The instructions, and youtube video do not give enough information to assemble the bear. The instructions have numbers, the pattern pieces do not.
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Absolutely no photos to accompany each step. I love the design of this bear.
Introduction: Teddy Bear Tutorial and Pattern. With this pattern and tutorial you can make teddy bears our of pretty much any kind of fabric.
Teddy Bear Tutorial and Pattern
For mine I used fleece because i wanted it to be very soft but you can use the normal animal fur fabric if you want. The pattern I made comes with letters that indicate how to assemble but just in case I also added steps and tips.
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ToniC7 2 years ago. Twig90 ToniC7 Reply 2 years ago. GeneB34 Twig90 Reply 2 years ago. AmyS GeneB34 Reply 15 days ago. Lisas Twig90 Reply 9 months ago. PamelaA55 Twig90 Reply 1 year ago. AngelaS Twig90 Reply 2 years ago. I would really appreciate a series of photo too, especially the arms. AmyS mmsrocky2 Reply 17 days ago. KeriP 4 years ago on Introduction. AmyS KeriP Reply 17 days ago. They turned out great!
To make it smaller, just change the print scale when u print it. Lisas 9 months ago.