Does a Bear Knit in the Woods?

krooks's picture

Here is a teddy that I have been making for baby gifts.

I'm not a "Bear" by the way.

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Bill's picture

that's a charming little bear!

From one "not a bear" to another, that is a very cute toy! :) Where did you find the pattern? I'd like to try it. I enjoy knitting and crocheting toys because they always get used and they normally knit up pretty quick. -Nick-

cashmere knight's picture

Without a doubt, that is one of the best knit toys that I've seen yet. What pattern did you use?

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution." --Albert Einstein

DeceptiveCookie's picture

Very Cute... is that the pattern by Blue Sky Alpacas?

knitsandbakes's picture

Those bears are great. They're very cute and they look very well put together.

CRobertK's picture

That's an adorable bear! Anyone receiving it will be full of smiles no doubt! I have a bear knitting pattern in my queue on Ravelry. If I didn't have so many other projects going on, I'd be working on it now. One of my favorite toys as a child was a hand knit bear! Great job and keep it up! That's coming from a bear who has knit in the woods too!

Cory

-- Why live and let live when we can live and help live?

-- Why live and let live when we can live and help live?

TheKnittingMill's picture

Great job! I've had "Deady Bear" in my Ravelry queue from "Son of Stitch 'n Bitch" for some time. I need to give it a go I suppose.

krooks's picture

The first teddy I did was the "Blue Sky" pattern. This bear is HIGHLY modifyed, to the point of being original - different yarn, smaller needlle size, neck added, improved head shape, totally different ears,...