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eatcakevintage Eat Cake! bears and vintage
Ormond Beach, FL
Posts: 242

pwtrad1.jpgtuscadaro1.jpgOne pattern is brand new, the other is my traditional bear with a few alterations. I think they both turned out pretty good. I learned a few things taking these apart and putting them back together again. The smaller bear is Tuscadaro and he is available on Bear Pile.

The traditional bear (~12") is a rework of an earlier pattern I had. I made quite a few changes to him and I think I will leave the pattern alone now! He will be available probably tomorrow. I have to decided on what he will be wearing before he goes traveling to a new home.

I am still working on a small bear with clay nose and needle-felted paw pads.

rowarrior The Littlest Thistle
Posts: 6,212

Aww, they both came out great, can't wait to see the wee one you're working on too

eteddys eTeddys
Phoenix, AZ
Posts: 880

I like them both but have to say the one with the shorter snout and the bell is my favorite of the two.   bear_thumb


New Avenue Crew New Avenue Crew by Debora Hoffmann
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Posts: 1,959

They're so cute! Love the one on the left! bear_wub

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