Free Stitch Pattern: Little Bear

Posted Tuesday 26 May 2009 and filed under: Freebies & Tutorials

Here’s a free stitchy pattern for download:

She’s based on a sketch I did of this other Little Bear. I haven’t stitched her up yet but I was thinking of using fabric applique for the skirt and balloons, satin-stitching the snout and shoes, and using tiny buttons for the eyes :-)

Feel free to download your copy right here: One Red Robin’s Little Bear Embroidery Pattern

All you need to do is print it out, use transfer paper/pencil to trace the pattern, and iron-on to your chosen fabric.

I’ve fallen ill again. Bleh. I miss being able to smell and taste food!

Please excuse the shorter posts this week. I will be going back to full-time work next week and there is a still a heap of stuff to sort out and complete before then.

Wishing you a lovely (and healthy!) week.

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19 Responses to “Free Stitch Pattern: Little Bear”

  1. One Crafty Mumma Says:

    This is gorgeous Jhoanna! Thanks for sharing :))

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  2. jodie Says:

    Jhoanna, I hope you get well before you go back to full time work – try and get a bit of rest this week (easier said than done I know).

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  3. Hannie Says:

    Thanks for the bear, she is – again – very cute. Too bad you are ill again, get well soon.

    About your work: you mean you ánd your husband both work full-time??!!! is that common for Australia? Here in The Netherlands that would be quite an exception to be both working full-time.
    But maybe school is different also, my daughter of 9 goes to school from 8.30 to 12.00, comes home for lunch and then returns to school from 13.15 to 15.15 and then comes home again. The school is only a 5 min. walk away. So she needs quite some care during the day. My son (almost 14) leaves at 7.30 for school (20 min. by bike) and returns between 14.30 to 16.30 (depending on the amount of lessons that day).

    Don’t you (and other Aussi women) feel over-loaded? (is that an English term?), how do you maintain your balance if you have so much work to do. I feel that raising children and keeping your family/household running like a machine is quite a full-time managing job. And then, there is the CRAFTING offcourse, let’s not forget about that (LOL). Is there any time left for that?

    Hope you recover in time to get to work.

    Kind regards from The Netherlands,
    Hannie

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  4. georgia Says:

    Thankyou so much!

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  5. Kirsty Says:

    Oh Jho, feel better soon.

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  6. Vikki Says:

    Hi Jho!

    Thank you for the very cute stitchery design… all printed and ready to go! :-)

    Look after yourself, I hope your first week back at work full-time is a good one and that you’re not too tired from it. Sometimes, the more you do, the more you get done… but it is tiring!

    Hugs darling!

    Vikki xx :-)

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  7. icantsew Says:

    i never realised how long ‘colds’ last for when you have a family to share it around. as soon as one gets sick three days later the next gets it and on it goes and goes. hope you are feeling better before you start back.
    smooches

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  8. Chrissy Says:

    Your bear is so sweet! Thanks for the download…I’ll be sharing this link at One Crafty Place!

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  9. Deb Says:

    Thanks for the cute bear! Commiserations too and best wishes for recovery from your cold. My family’s been struggling with colds for the past few weeks too so can guess how you’re feeling.

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  10. Michelle Says:

    Fantastic pattern, Jhoanna. Thanks so much for sharing it!

    Hope you feel better soon. And I hope returning to full-time work isn’t too tough!

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  11. Kelly Says:

    Thanks for sharing the bear she is very sweet!
    I hope you kick this illness before you go back to work, feel better.

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  12. Christy Says:

    what a super delightful and cute pattern! thank you so much!

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  13. Christy Says:

    P.S. Stay well and be well. :)

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  14. Patty Says:

    Thank you for the cute pattern! I hope you’re feeling better by now.

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  15. Ulla V. Says:

    What a gorgeous little bear! I adore the fact that she’s holding the balloons and that she’s dressed so fine :0) Thanks a lot :0)

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  16. Rachel Says:

    This is fantastic! I’ll be linking in my embroidery roundup.

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  17. Marianne Says:

    I dont appear to be able to download the design – please advise

    Many thanks

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