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Anna J

So, I think I am really converted/addicted to bear making =))
Here is a bunny I just finished. Her name is Lotti and she is made out of synthetic fur. I still have to make the plunge into the world of mohair =)) She is apx 50 cm tall.

https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/2428514 … e_active_1




Anna J

Sooooooo adorable! I love the little Shrek!

Anna J

Thanks for the warm welcome!

Anna J

Did not realize the pictures did not attach =)) oups

Anna J

I started making dolls a while back and this one is one of the latest. Her name is Marigold and she is made out of cotton jersey. She is fully needle sculpted and embroidered.

She sure is adorable, cuddly, and thus worthy of being an honorary teddy bear =))

Hope you guys like her!


Anna J

Thank you both for kind words!

Anna J

Hello there everybody!

My name is Anna and I live in Prince Edward Island - the land of Anne of Green Gables =)). I recently started making teddy bears and this website has been tremendous help. Big kudos to everyone who contributed valuable info. I actually started with making dolls, so I am trying to transfer my doll making techniques to teddies.

Cheers everyone,
Anna

Anna J

I am pretty new to this and would love to hear the answers too!

What I currently use is the only thing I could find in my area. And it is aquarium gravel (100% dust free kind). My husband suggested it and it works pretty well. I make a little pouch for it, so it would stay in place.

Cheers, Anna

Anna J

I am pretty new to making teddies. But I already love it! Here is my latest creation Cuthbert. Your feedback will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Cuthbert the bear.

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