Sitting Teddy Bear Paper Piecing Pattern, Sample, and Instructions

Tue, Sep 21, 2010

Scrapbook Ideas

This adorable sitting teddy bear is easy to make and would work well on a variety of scrapbook pages. Click to the next image to get some ideas for how you might want to use this pattern in conjunction with other patterns to fit the theme of your next scrapbook page. The next image also contains the free pattern for you to save to your computer so that you can use this teddy bear again and again in scrapbooking and cardmaking.

This teddy bear free paper piecing pattern is extremely versatile. He would be great on a baby themed scrapbook page or greeting card. He can hold items in his paws, so you could combine him with other free paper piecing patterns here on About.com Scrapbooking. To save this pattern to your computer, simply right click on the image and select “Save As” to save it to a folder. You can also right click on the image and select “copy” and then right click on a blank document in your favorite word processing program and select “paste” to insert the image into a document for printing. Once you have it in a document, you can click on it to select it and then grab on corner to drag it to resize the pattern as you desire.

This teddy bear is designed to be holding something. You could combine him with a Back to School paper piecing pattern for a school page teddy bear, or a summer themed pattern for a beach teddy bear. He would look fabulous holding a giant crayon or pencil on a school page, or holding the picnic basket from the summer paper piecing gallery on a picnic page. In this image, I have combined the sitting teddy bear with the fall pumpkins free paper piecing pattern to create an Autumn Teddy Bear. Visit the Free Fall Pumpkins Paper Piecing step by step article to save that pattern to your computer also.

Source: about.com

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3 Responses to “Sitting Teddy Bear Paper Piecing Pattern, Sample, and Instructions”

  1. The Scrapbooking Boy Says:

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  2. Gregory Despain Says:

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