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It’s not uncommon to give a teddy bear to a child or a loved one, but it is quite rare to give someone a teddy bear that you made yourself. If you’re willing to put your sewing skills to work, you can give this traditional toy a personal touch and offer it affectionately to a special person.

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    Pattern pieces before sewing the "paws" to the inner arm.

     
     
     
     
    Arms with "paws" sewn on

     
     
     
     

     Arms with “paws” sewn on

    Arms sewn together

     
     
     
     

     Arms sewn together

    Sew the arm pieces together, leaving a slit for stuffing (usually at the elbows).

     
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    Legs ready for foot.

     
     
     
     

     Legs ready for foot.

    Foot pinned for sewing.

     
     
     
     

     Foot pinned for sewing.

    Sew the leg pieces together (usually along the bottom).

     
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    First head seam.

     
     
     
     

     First head seam.

    Stitch the two head profiles together from the nose to the neck.

     
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    Gusset pinned for sewing

     
     
     
     

     Gusset pinned for sewing

    Sew the wedge shaped piece (this is known as a “gusset”) between the two head pieces – from the nose or forehead to the back of the neck (this depends on the length of the gussett). You will need to line it up at the neck and pin it in place before sewing.

     
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    All pieces sewn

     
     
     
     

     All pieces sewn

    All seam allowances clipped to the seam.

     
     
     
     

     All seam allowances clipped to the seam.

    Clip all of the seams.

     
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    All pieces turned right side out

     
     
     
     

    All pieces turned right side out

    Turn all of the pieces.

     
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    Stuff the head and sew it to the top of the body, around the neck line.

     
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    Assemble the bear by attaching the arms to the sides of the body and attaching the legs to the lower sides of the body.

     
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    Cut, sew, turn and attach ears (if you want them, as not all bear patterns have them).

     
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    Add facial details (like nose and mouth, etc.) with embroidery floss or permanent markers.

     
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    Sew on button eyes.

     
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    Enjoy your new stuffed animal!

     
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    Take good care of your teddy bear, or it may easily fall apart!

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