Assembly of a Bear

The the bear for my niece is complete. My daughter has named him Snuggle Bear, which is a great name for a knitted bear. He is floppy, soft, imperfect, and ideal for snuggling. Here are some photos of Snuggle Bear’s assembly:  he took two nights to assemble.

Assembling Bear 1

All the pieces. Guts on the outside.

Assembling Bear 2

Body stuffed with love by Catherine.

Assembling Bear 3

Head, body, and snout complete. Gotta watch out for those needles, though.

Assembling Bear 4

Legs and ears, but where's the arms?!

Assembling Bear 5

Snuggle Bear complete.

Yarn:  Naturally Country Merino Wool Blend in Deep Taupe (0015) lot 1074500.  This yarn is 75% Microdenier acrylic and 25% Merino Wool.

  • Pros:  beautiful, soft, inexpensive
  • Cons:  easily splits and frays

Pattern:  The pattern followed is the same for the first bear.  It is based on a pattern found in Simply Baby by Debbie Bliss.

About Elizabeth

I am a happily married, mother of two, who left the exciting world of organic synthesis to be home with my children. Cooking and knitting are my two favorite things, and I've recently started running.
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