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Ash Posts: 8

This is Clarence, he's made with a rather sparse mohair.  He has cotter pin joints and stands six inches tall.
This is my first mohair bear, after making a couple with faux fur, I definitely prefer the mohair.  I've been sewing and making various things for years, but I've found making bears is so much fun!
Clarence was a gift for my partner, she named him, and I hope to make many more!


SueAnn Past Time Bears
Double Oak, Texas
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He's really cute!

EJ Netcong, New Jersey
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Yep, cute, cute, cute! bear_wub  bear_wub  bear_wub

Kat Brierley Bears
Barnsley, South Yorkshire
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He's lovely, well done bear_original

dangerbears Dangerbears
Wisconsin
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Good work, Ash! I'm with you in loving to work with mohair, but occasionally the softness and density of faux is just the thing.  bear_original

Becky

Ash Posts: 8

Thank you everyone! :)
I agree, faux fur is great for many things, especially when needed to be soft and cuddly.

Crown Critters Crown Critters
Dallas, Texas
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Clarence is so cute! Lovely bear!  bear_wub

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