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MerBear MerBear Originals
Brockville, Ontario
Posts: 1,540

I just finished this lion from a Brambleberry Pattern. It was so much fun to do.

MerBear MerBear Originals
Brockville, Ontario
Posts: 1,540

OK...try again
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Amanda Pandy Potter Bears
Staffordshire, UK
Posts: 1,864

You did a great job. I bet it was fun doing something else. Love the mane.

Judi Luxembears
Luxemburg, Wisconsin
Posts: 7,379

Neat lion.  I love lions...and tigers...and bears.....oh my

ellen ontario, canada
Posts: 324

i have that pattern!!  but haven't tried it yet.  i must get that one going!
thanx for sharing your pic!  you did a great job!
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NancyAndFriends Posts: 1,153

What a wonderful lion!  That would be a very interesting addition to anyones collection.

I really love the very long muzzle and how far it comes down so the mouth can be elogated, giving him such a somber intelligent look.
Very artsy and very well done, thank you for sharing your photo.
Nanc.....

Shelli SHELLI MAKES
Chico, California
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OH, he's really a cute one!  Nice work!

Winney Winneybears and Friends
White City, Oregon
Posts: 1,103

Oh I like him...he looks so lionish .he, he...what type of fur did you use for his mane ? You did a grrrrrrreat job...Winney

MerBear MerBear Originals
Brockville, Ontario
Posts: 1,540

I used roving for the mane - needle felted on. I think I actually used too much...may have to thin it out somewhat. The mohair is a sparse matted type

Marion

SueAnn Past Time Bears
Flower Mound, Texas
Posts: 20,501

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VERY nice lion, Marion!  I tried designing a lion a year or so ago.  Sold both creatures that I made with the design, but am not satisfied with it yet . . . so plan to tweak it a bit before I make another one.  This is Louie Lion.
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MerBear MerBear Originals
Brockville, Ontario
Posts: 1,540

He's precious!  Do you ever sell patterns. I see somewhere on your website about patterns but you can't reach them for some reason.

Hugs,
Marion

Shelli SHELLI MAKES
Chico, California
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Sue Ann, that lion is sooooo precious.  What a sweet and endearing smile, and as always, that PAST TIME BEARS look that's so winning.  Cute!

psichick78 Flying Fur Studios
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Posts: 3,073

Marion, great job on the lion. I can't wait to try it out now!! You did such an awsome job on his nose! It's perfect!

SueAnn, very cute. Keep at them.
Heather

Carolyn Green Draffin Bears
Auckland New Zealand
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Marion and sue Ann what wonderful lions - Well done

Hugs
Carolyn

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SueAnn Past Time Bears
Flower Mound, Texas
Posts: 20,501

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Marion, on the left side of my home page, there is a list of names.  Scroll down until you come to "Patterns" . . . hope that works for you!

Delartful Bears Delartful Bears
Australia
Posts: 3,518

Hi Marion and Sue Ann, your lions are both sooo adorable!

Thanks for sharing!
Danni

Marie_ Kiprie Bears
Yokohama, Japan
Posts: 2,735

Hi Marion,  you did a great job for "Aslan the Lion" !
He is cute with the his big hair around his face . bear_laugh

Sue-Ann, wow ! I love your Lione,  he has so adorable face
and his tail is perfect like real lione !!

Hugs/Marie

doodlebears Doodlebears
UK
Posts: 7,414

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Marion and Sue Ann you've done a great job with your lions. I love all wild life and these two lions are great.
Marion where did you buy the pattern from, I would love to make a child friendly one for my little nephew?

Jane

Eileen Baird'sBears
Toronto
Posts: 3,873

Wow, Marion and Sue Ann! :D

Grrrreat lions--my first imaginary friend was a lion (:P). I love them.

Narnia is one of my all-time favorite places! Aslan --'No, he's not safe, but he's good.'

Thanks for sharing!

Eileen

MerBear MerBear Originals
Brockville, Ontario
Posts: 1,540

Jane, I got the patteren from a shop in Calgary. Here is their website.
http://www.out-of-hand.com/index.html
I was fortunate enough to be able to visit there this summer - they have a wonderful selection of patterns, fabrics, needlefelting supplies, quilting, etc. etc.
Most of the patterns are from Bramblebury and what's even nicer is that there is a bear from each pattern in the store!

Marion

MerBear MerBear Originals
Brockville, Ontario
Posts: 1,540

Sue Ann....I've been to your site several times. On the left hand side the last button is for Moppets and then there is a white box with Bear of the Month, etc.
Can you send me  direct link to your patterns please,

Marion

Terrie Terries Bears
Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada
Posts: 3,614

They are both terrific lions! Marion I love his mane, he looks like he would be the leader of the pack for sure. Sue Ann you little cub is adorable!

shantell Apple Dumpling Designs
Willamette Valley Oregon
Posts: 3,128

I love him...reminds me of Clarence the Cross-eyed Lion from my very young childhood.  I had a stuff animal of Clarence and at the time I thought he was enormous...actually he isn't that big at all...my mother still has him...crossed-eyes and all...but very well loved.

Does anyone else remember that TV show?

SueAnn Past Time Bears
Flower Mound, Texas
Posts: 20,501

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Marion, here is the link to the patterns:   http://pages.prodigy.net/jpaulholcomb/h … terns.html  Also, in that box under the MOPPETS button, you can scroll down to "Patterns" and click.  Thanks a bunch for looking!

MerBear MerBear Originals
Brockville, Ontario
Posts: 1,540

Sue Ann... tks for the link. I've ordered the 13" bear pattern. I went back to your site h/e and I can't access any patterns. Maybe it shows up different for you.

Marion

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