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Olga Goncharova

Thank you Michelle, you are so kind bear_flower I think my little daughter will never let me make a bear without a tail bear_grin

Olga Goncharova

Sue and Renee, thank you for the kind words!  bear_flower I'm so happy you like my bears  bear_wub Thanks a lot!

Olga Goncharova

Thank you Becky!  bear_flower It was my first try to make my own pattern from scratch bear_rolleyes I used to draw and modify my patterns on the paper before. This one has been started from making a bear from clay.

Olga Goncharova

Thank you Pink, I'm so happy to read such kind words and compliments to my bears!  bear_wub I still have a lot to learn about bearmaking. It's so exciting! Thank you bear_original Olga

Olga Goncharova

Hello everyone!
Meet my last two bears - Andy (the dark brown one) and Lucky (the grey one).
You can find more photos in my blog
Andy http://olga-goncharova.blogspot.ru/2015 … -bear.html
Lucky http://olga-goncharova.blogspot.ru/2016 … -2016.html
Welcome! Thanks for watching bear_original And have a great week!

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Olga Goncharova

Thank you Renee, I'm happy to be helpful  bear_happy

Olga Goncharova

The bunny is adorable and very well made as always! I love your daughter's creations!  bear_wub

Olga Goncharova

Thank you Becky  bear_rolleyes I hope Tracy will show us the completed bear very soon bear_original

Olga Goncharova

I made a picture, sorry for my English bear_rolleyes In the picture you can see my vision of how to work with the pattern. I hope it helps.
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Olga Goncharova

Hello Tracy,

I believe the head in the photo is needle-sculpted between the eyes to make eyes sockets and the bridge of the nose. I would make the head following the steps below:
1. Sew the head, stuff and close it as described. Make sure the stuffing is hard enough, otherwise you will have wrinkles on the head when you do needle-sculpting on it.
2. Sew, stuff and attach the muzzle as described.
3. Needle-sculpt the head (with the muzzle already attached) between the eyes.
4. Attach ears, embroider the nose and mouth.

I hope that helps. Good luck with the head! It's an interesting pattern, I have never seen anything like that before.
Best wishes, Olga

Olga Goncharova

He is perfect! I love the color, looks yummy bear_original

Olga Goncharova

Thank you very much, Michelle, for your kind and inspiring reply! I'm happy you like my bears. I appreciate very much your opinion on my job bear_flower
Sincerely, Olga

Olga Goncharova

Thank you very much, Vicki bear_flower The eyes took a lot of time, but it was great fun!

Olga Goncharova

Thank you, Becky, I'm so happy to get the kind words from you  bear_flower

Olga Goncharova

Thank you Pink bear_flower I hope she will find a loving family.

Olga Goncharova

Hello everybody, let me introduce my new teddy bear Kayla. She is 6.7 in tall standing. Kayla is made from mohair. Her nose is embroidered and waxed.
The bear is available in my etsy shop - https://www.etsy.com/ru/shop/ogoncharova
If you are interested in more details and photoes, you are welcome to visit my blog http://olga-goncharova.blogspot.com/
Thank you very much for watching!



Olga Goncharova

It's absolutely adorable!  bear_wub

Olga Goncharova

Giovani is a very handsome guy!  bear_wub

Olga Goncharova

Thank you Kornelia  bear_flower Yes, I see my bears are all like brothers and sisters bear_grin I'm not sure I'm ok with the style. Now I'm just learning, and after getting more experience I'll probably make bears in a different style  bear_original

Olga Goncharova

He is a very beautiful tiny sailor! I like him very much bear_wub

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