Free Teddy Bear Patterns - Over 60 designs!
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Bonjour the Bear
Teddy Bear Search
Classic Charm
Teddy Bear*
Internet Archive
Cool Jr.
Teddies by Lauralynn
Boyish Charm
Teddy Bear*
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Candy Corn Bear
Teddies by Lauralynn
Dylan Teddy Bear
Internet Archive
Dylone Teddy Bear
Internet Archive
Jingle Bells Teddy
Bear*
Internet Archive
Krisofer Bear
Internet Archive
Little Angel Teddy
Bear*
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Little Charmer
Teddy Bear*
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Miniature Angel
Bear
Crafty College
Ettienne Teddy
Bear*
Internet Archive
Flame Teddy Bear
Internet Archive
Goldie Teddy Bear
Teddy-Talk
Freemont the
Yankee Doodle Bear
Blue Bonnet Village
How Joyful Bear
How Joyful
Jake Teddy Bear
Internet Archive
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Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: If you find yourself in need of extra workspace in a small sewing room, try using your
ironing board as a table. It's portable, so you can set it up and put it away as needed, plus it's
adjustable, so you can set it to a height that's comfortable for you.

Tip #2: Because dull pins and needles make sewing tasks more difficult, either replace them
periodically or try sharpening them by running a piece of fine sandpaper along their surfaces.

Tip #3: Even though non-fusible interfacing can be a bit more time consuming to apply, consider
using it instead of fusible interfacing whenever you want a softer feel to your garment piece.
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Authentic Teddy
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Baby Pip Teddy
Bear
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Nelson Teddy Bear
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Nicholas Teddy Bear
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Olde Lavendar
Teddy Bear
Internet Archive
Sebastian Bear
Teddies by Lauralynn
Snow Bear
Teddies by Lauralynn
Snow White Teddy
Bear*
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Solomon Teddy Bear
Internet Archive
Sweetheart Teddy
Bear
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Twist and Shout
Teddy Bear
Internet Archive
Woodland Wonder
Teddy Bear*
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Sugar & Spice Bears
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Little Sam Teddy
Bear*
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Ludo Teddy Bear*
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Teddy Bear
Internet Archive
Marvin Teddy Bear
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Poppy Panda Bear
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Beau Bear
Canadian Living
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Benny
Monica's Tresures
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Patchwork Teddy
Bear*
McCall's Pattterns
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Flat Teddy
Cook Clean Craft
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Teddy Bear
Keychain
Free Teddy Bear Patterns
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If you find yourself in need of help with your Teddy Bear sewing project - the best furs and materials to use (and where to
find them), the best teddy bear construction techniques, etc., check out one of the forums and message boards out there
devoted to just the art of making and collecting Teddy Bears. To find one, just type “Teddy Bear Forums” into any search
engine.

For tips on working with fake fur (which can be a bit tricky to cut and sew), see
this page and this page.

When constructing your teddy bear, when sewing around curves (such as the tip of a teddy bear paw, the top of a teddy
bear ear, or the circumference of a teddy bear head), try switching to a smaller stitch length, which can help you sew the
curved seams more accurately.

And if you’re feeling confident and adventuresome, you may want to try customizing your teddy bear by mixing and matching
parts and pieces from different teddy bear patterns (a head from one bear, arms and legs from another bear, etc.).