Two-Hour Teddy Bears

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Sterling Publishing Company, 1998 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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It's so "bear-y" easy! If you've got 2 hours, basic sewing skills, and a few materials from a crafts or sewing supply store, you can make an adorable teddy bear to cuddle, display, or give as a gift! Most of these models don't require time-consuming and difficult techniques, such as small extra pieces, complicated curves, and jointing mechanisms--and the results are simply enchanting. Stitch Miss Willow in her lace apron; angelic Helouise with wings on her back; Colette holding a useful pincushion; and a cheery, merry Santa Bear. Place a card or valentine in Bearheart's open arms and present him to a loved one. Long-legged Benjamen appears ready for a hike, in his boots and knitted sweater, socks, scarf, and hat. There are 17 bears in all--complete with full patterns and helpful sewing hints! The author lives in Park City, UT. 128 pages (all in color), 8 1/2 x 11. NEW IN PAPERBACK

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Bean Necessities 817
8
Beary Easy 180
18
MOZART
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The author resides in Park City, UT.

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