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Hipster Teddy Bear PDF Sewing Pattern

Hipster Teddy Bear - modern teddy bear sewing PDF pattern from Swoodson Says.

The Hipster Teddy Bear PDF sewing pattern is a modern teddy bear that both girls and boys will love. My daughter wanted a bear to sleep with and I didn’t love any of the patterns on the market, so I made one! Designed for confident beginners, it would be a perfect ‘first softie’ project. Appliqueing the face and turning the thinner limbs right side out can take a bit of patience, but it’s worth it!

A finished softie measures approximately 20” (50.8cm) from ear to toe – it’s a nice big bear that doesn’t use up a ton of fabric. The limbs are soft and squishy, making it perfect to drag along or hug.

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Originally released in the e-magazine One Thimble, you can see all the other patterns included in this issue above; isn’t it a fun collection! You can buy the whole issue here* and get the Hipster Teddy Bear included, or buy the pattern by itself in my shop.

My kids LOVE that they can “cross” the bears arms, it cracks my toddler up.

A bear with a vintage feel, sewn and photographed by Priya Zvonar.

This beautiful floral bear was photographed by Poetic Light Photography and sewn by Piccolo Studio.

The sweetest little model ever, with a cuddly sample sewn by Carter J’s Room.

A cute purple plaid bear, sewn by Amy Myers.

A handsome teddy sewn by Amy Myers.

Sweet floral teddy from My China Doll

The sweetest sibling set, sewn by Teeter Totter Lane.

Chill teddy sewn by Kellie Brown.

Sweet little bear sewn by Love Lee Fabric.

Mod bear sewn by Sam Swanson.

Lumberjack bear sewn by The Crazy Tailor.

Festive holiday bear sewn by Yin Ying.

Sweet plaid bear sewn by Miss Edee Designs

Aren’t they all so cute? I have lots of plans for the Hipster Teddy Bear, I think it would be perfect for a “memory bear” sewn from someone’s clothes. I’d love to hear what you think of the pattern!

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