Loom Knitting Tiny Teddy Bears by Denise M CanelaThese Tiny Teddy Bears are so super cute and so easy to make. The how to video gives you step by step instructions on how to loom knit the project from beginning to end. The pattern includes the basic bear and 3 accessories to help you add more personality to your Teddy. All you need is listed below.
SKILL LEVEL : Advanced Beginner to Intermediate
STITCHES: Knit (Use the U-wrap version of the Knit Stitch as seen in the video)
LOOM: ANY Small Loom approximately 5 inches in diameter with 24-pegs.
YARN: Approximately 60 Yards of Worsted Weight Yarn.
TOOLS AND NOTIONS: Any Loom Hook, Yarn Needle, Embroidery Floss and Embroidery Needle
MAKE-UP: Pink Blush and Applicator
PROJECT SIZE: Approximately 4 ? inches tall
How to Loom Knit A Teddy Bear
A teddy bear has been missing from my list of projects for way too long. However, I will take you step by step on the video tutorial below. As always I recommend watching the video completely from beginning to end before starting the project. This will help you understand how each section plays a part in the finished the product.. Tagged: bears , mini , softies , stuffed animals , stuffed bears , stuffed toys , teddy bears , toys.
So here is the tutorial. Also when creating the ears, there will have holes until you sew the ears up. Same thing for the tail. There is a techniques video click here: to help with terminology and seeing techniques like the internal decrease slowed down and done in a 1st person view. Please dont hesitate to ask questions if you have any, I will do my best to answer them. Add eyes. To sew on second leg move over two columns from inner first leg sew on.
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Thank you for posting this. I adapted it for a different make of oom with closer spaced pegs. Made the limbs a little longer, and added flat stitch rows to emphasise wrists. Thank you for another great article. Where else could anyone get that kind of information in such a perfect way of writing? I have a presentation next week, and I am on the look for such information. Thank you very much for posting the pattern, very cute.