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dellyb Personally For You
West Yorkshire
Posts: 26

Hi to everyone, and I just want to say what a fabulous forum this is! bear_smile

I have only recently got into Teddy Bear making and want to specialise in felt bears (for the moment at least!) but made in the traditional way, not all needle felted.   My first bears have been pretty box standard, but I really want to get to perfect the faces correctly to have more of the "artist" look.

I want to thank first of all Michelle Lamb for giving me a few tips already and pointing out the way forward.  (I am looking forward to her visit to the UK too, and am hoping to be able to attend a course whilst she is here)

I have also been looking through the tips section on this forum and will be trying some of the techniques later today when I have got the boys to school.. 


Conni Germany
Posts: 1,794

WELCOME! bear_flower

peterbear Boechout, Antwerp
Posts: 4,755

Hi Adele and welcome to TT!  bear_flower

We are all looking forward to seeing your creations.  bear_thumb

SueAnn Past Time Bears
Double Oak, Texas
Posts: 20,839

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Hello, Adele, and welcome to Teddy Talk . . . we're so pleased you found us!  We'll be looking forward to seeing your creations.

edmondnutmeg Padfield bears
Posts: 1,343

Hello Adele welcome to TT your right this is a great place! The library is a packed full of years of knowledge and experience that I am sure will help you as you learn. I too am looking forward to seeing Michelle Lambs work in May maybe I will see you there! Good luck with the felt bears they sound very interesting can't wait to see them  bear_thumb

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