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Eddie the Huggable Teddy Bear

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$8.99

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What you get+-

Meet Eddie! He's a big, huggable teddy bear with soft, suede­ish pads on his paws and feet and smooth satin in his ears. With all those touchable textures, this is a bear just begging for a snuggle!

This is a digital pattern delivered instantly by email. (If you're not sure what a PDF pattern is, you'll find more info here.)

You Get. . .

  • full-sized pattern pieces – no enlarging needed
  • detailed instructions and lots of step by step photos – you’ll never feel lost or wonder if you’re doing it right
  • links to videos teaching you all the skills you’ll need to make your own huggable bear – from sewing curves and stuffing, to stitching up that stuffing hole. You can totally do this! It’s a workshop in a pattern!

Size

He's about 10 inches tall (not counting those lovely ears) and about 10 inches wide - an excellent size for hugging.

Difficulty

Easy! No special skills needed. If you can use your sewing machine, you can make this bear. :-)

What You Need+-

You'll Need. . .

  • 1/2 yd. brown fleece fabric (I love using Cuddle Fleece)
  • scraps of black and brown wool felt for the nose and muzzle (I used black and copper)
  • scraps of brown satin for the ear linings
  • scraps of suedeish fabric for the paw pads
  • embroidery thread for the mouth ( I used black)
  • 2 9mm safety eyes
  • plastic pellets for filling (I like Fairfield Poly Pellets)
  • polyester fiberfill (I love Fairfield brand Soft Touch Poly­fil Supreme)

 

Customer Reviews

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Monique
Adorable beginner bear!

I really enjoyed making this squishy buddy. The pattern was very easy and an excellent choice for new sewers. It’s adorable and I can’t wait to make more!

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Janice Loughlin
Huggable bear perfect for kids

I used this pattern to make Memory bears for my great niece and nephew from their grandmother’s fleece robes. The instructions were clear and easy to follow, but I didn’t attach the arms correctly. I should have listened to my gut and done them the way that made sense to me, but I followed the directions as I understood them even though it didn’t seem right. I had to unpick and do over, but no big deal. I have made stuffed animals before, so I knew I had to reverse the arm and leg patterns to make matching pairs. But it didn’t say that on the pattern pieces or the directions. This could cause a problem for beginners. The final results were wonderful! I hand embroidered “Meme” (pronounced Mimi but she spelled it Meme) on one foot and a heart on the other. The kids absolutely love their memory bears! I can’t seem to upload the photos from my iPad, but I did post them on the shiny happy world Facebook group’s page.

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Britta Hubbard
If Middle School Students can do this, so can you.

I bought these patterns at the request of my Middle School students. They love them. The instructions are so straight forward that even my students with limited sewing language skills can read and follow them. It is great!!! Thank you! My 8th grade boys were AMAZED at the power of the downloadable PDF. It was hilarious how excited they were that the patterns came to me instantly.

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Irene M
Teddy Paws

Pattern very easy. Love the design. Easy to order.

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Sarah
Beginner friendly

Downloaded both Eddie and Brandon the Beaver to make memory “bears” for all of my nieces and my nephew to remember my Dad who passed away in October. I’m pretty new to sewing so this was easy enough of a pattern. Ended up sticking with Brandon for these because his muzzle reminds me of Dad’s mustache.

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Based on 6 reviews
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Monique
Adorable beginner bear!

I really enjoyed making this squishy buddy. The pattern was very easy and an excellent choice for new sewers. It’s adorable and I can’t wait to make more!

J
Janice Loughlin
Huggable bear perfect for kids

I used this pattern to make Memory bears for my great niece and nephew from their grandmother’s fleece robes. The instructions were clear and easy to follow, but I didn’t attach the arms correctly. I should have listened to my gut and done them the way that made sense to me, but I followed the directions as I understood them even though it didn’t seem right. I had to unpick and do over, but no big deal. I have made stuffed animals before, so I knew I had to reverse the arm and leg patterns to make matching pairs. But it didn’t say that on the pattern pieces or the directions. This could cause a problem for beginners. The final results were wonderful! I hand embroidered “Meme” (pronounced Mimi but she spelled it Meme) on one foot and a heart on the other. The kids absolutely love their memory bears! I can’t seem to upload the photos from my iPad, but I did post them on the shiny happy world Facebook group’s page.

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Britta Hubbard
If Middle School Students can do this, so can you.

I bought these patterns at the request of my Middle School students. They love them. The instructions are so straight forward that even my students with limited sewing language skills can read and follow them. It is great!!! Thank you! My 8th grade boys were AMAZED at the power of the downloadable PDF. It was hilarious how excited they were that the patterns came to me instantly.

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Irene M
Teddy Paws

Pattern very easy. Love the design. Easy to order.

S
Sarah
Beginner friendly

Downloaded both Eddie and Brandon the Beaver to make memory “bears” for all of my nieces and my nephew to remember my Dad who passed away in October. I’m pretty new to sewing so this was easy enough of a pattern. Ended up sticking with Brandon for these because his muzzle reminds me of Dad’s mustache.