Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Fan-C Bear Patterns

Fan-C Bears, 15.5 inches and 11.5 inches
Fannie Narte

These measurements reflect the height of each bear in sitting positions measuring from their bottoms to the top of their heads. These are huggable bears who like to sit, not stand.

The patterns are available in my Etsy Shop.

Thanks for looking.


Wurzerl said...

Dear Fannie, I like them both!!! First I thought it would be important to see eyes but it isn' t important. I can see all in the bear' s face I would like to see and just in the moment I see a great smile!!!
Have a great week Wurzerl

Kuuipo said...

Patterns! :) The pink one matches Kiki's baby blanket...super sofy and cuddle-y :)

TracyB said...

Hi Fannie, I should send you some dyed fabric so you could make a dyed bear. How cool would it be to have a tie & dye teddy bear? :)

Diana Evans said...

wow Fannieeeeeeeeeeeee....I had to do a double take...nice changes to your blog...love it!

and these bears are awesome....what a great addition to your collection....

Melissa & Emmitt said...

hi fannie!
your bears are wonderful! you are so generous to offer the patterns.

Fannie said...

Nice to see you, Wurzerl. Isn't it great that these bears have the flexibility to have eyes or not? I like leaving the interpretation to the viewer or sewer because it makes the experience more personal.

Your comment seems to have a philosophical undertone to it. I think you saw beyond the bear's absent face and looked into the "value" of the bear, which made you smile. When looking into the hearts of people, we overlook their appearances and see their "worth," which makes me smile.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

Fannie said...

Ipo, it does match Kiki's favorite blanket, doesn't it? It's because this is her birthday gift. ;-D ~M

Tracy, I may dye some fabrics just to test your idea. Thanks for sharing.

Hi, Diana. Yes, my blog has changed since you last visited. Honor worked her magic for me.

Hey, Melissa, I'm working on the surprise. She's so cute and tiny.

Heather P said...

The bears are wonderful! And so is the blog's new look!