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Learn to knit your own gorgeous bears with these easy-to-follow knittingpatterns from bestselling knitting writer Fiona Goble.
The patterns aresuitable for almost everyone, whether adventurous beginner or expert.
You can create a single-colour bear, a two-tone bear, a striped bear andeven a panda – all from one basic pattern.
There are also instructions to create a host of clothes, including bride & groom outfits, a graduation outfit, a Santa costume, a ballet outfit, and a sports outfit. If you’re after a cute dress, nightshirt, coat, hat, sweater or dungarees – you’ll find patterns for these, too.
The designs can be personalized and you can ‘mix and match’ items to create the perfect gift, not just for new babies and children, but for all bear lovers and almost any occasion! The teddy bears and outfits are all knitted using light worsted/double knitting/8-ply yarn and size US3 (3.25mm) straight knitting needles.
The bears are about 7in/18cm tall.
The patterns include both US and UK knitting terms.
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Thanks for this just loaded it on my mums kindle and shes happy to have something new to make.

Random question does anyone know any good places to get patterns?

While lockdown is on mums looking for some, ideally jumper or cardigan patterns for a 2-3 or a 4-5 year old girl
You could try Deramores, Love crafts Laughing Hens for free patterns to download or just google free patterns
Ravelry is great for patterns
kmorrisuk27/04/2020 11:08

Thanks for this just loaded it on my mums kindle and shes happy to have …Thanks for this just loaded it on my mums kindle and shes happy to have something new to make.Random question does anyone know any good places to get patterns?While lockdown is on mums looking for some, ideally jumper or cardigan patterns for a 2-3 or a 4-5 year old girl



Do you mind if I post a link to a Google Search for you, kmorrisuk? There are quite a few different websites where you can download free patterns. You MAY need to register on some of them before you are able to download.

google.com/sea…t=5
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