Everyone loves to dress up, even toy bears. As a matter of fact, toy bears are the best kind of bear to dress up due to their congenial manners. All four costumes are designed to fit a 16"-20" stuffed bear like the ones you can make at ...
Everyone loves to dress up, even toy bears. As a matter of fact, toy bears are the best kind of bear to dress up due to their congenial manners.
All four costumes are designed to fit a 16"-20" stuffed bear like the ones you can make at the mall.
You get the Butterfly Costume:
Dress with Butterfly center and lovely large Butterfly Wings
Sandals with Butterflies attached
Hat with a Butterfly a top it as well.
Now we got to the movies for the Scarlet O'Hara Curtain Dress--you know, the one ..she saw in the window and had to have..
The dress for this outfit has a ribbed insert to look like pleats and lovely "rope" ties for around the bear's waist.
There is also a hat with a nice yellow fringed "plume"
And matching shoes
Next is the Nanny bear costume.
It has a dress complete with bow tie
A matching jacket with lilac stripes
Hat with cute little flowers
And a lilac bag
The last costume has the feeling of South America to it.
The dress's skirt is covered with red trim
The shrug matches the dress's skirt
The hat is a turban with a small topper filled with red and yellow pom-poms or tassels you make
Then there are the platform sandals sure to make a splash where ever your bear wears them.
As a bonus there is a crochet pattern so you can make your own bear incase you hate going to the mall!
The bear is 16" tall and is made with Red Heart Super Saver yarns and H crochet hook or hook to obtain gauge.
All costumes call for Red Heart Super Saver yarns and size H hook or hook to obtain gauge. You will also need needle to take yarn, small snaps, sewing needle, sewing thread and stuffing.
This is a pattern of my own.
You may sell any item you make from one of my patterns.
You can not sell or give the pattern away.
Donna Collinsworth has designed crochet patterns for over 20 years. She has worked with Annie's Attic, Needlecraft Shop and Maggie's to name a few. She now has her own web site: www.donnascrochetdesigns.com and for her free crochet patterns visit: www.freepatternsdonnascrochetdesigns.com