Please meet Theodore! Theo is hand stitched from soft alpaca fur and is about 23cm tall (head to toes).He is 5way (splint/disc) jointed with a wobbly neck joint, soft sculpted and has glass Teddy bear eyes and a felted/painted nose.The head, arms and legs are firmly stuffed with fiberfill and the tummy is filled withContinue reading “Theodore”
This little bear’s name is ‘Honey’ and she will join Teddy Phil in today’s etsy shop update….8 May 2021 at 4pm UK time. Honey is fully hand stitched from German Mohair and is about 19cm tall (head to toes).The bear is 5way (splint/disc) jointed, soft sculpted and has black glass Teddy bear eyes and aContinue reading “Pssst….”
Please meet Lilly 🌸 Lilly is hand stitched from pink German Mohair and is about 20cm tall (head to toes).She is 5way (splint/disc) jointed, soft sculpted and has black glass Teddy bear eyes and a felted nose.The head, arms and legs are firmly stuffed with fiberfill and the tummy is filled with steel and plasticContinue reading “Lilly”
….no, little Kevin is not home alone! Because this little guy is way too much fun to leave behind and he easily fits in almost any pocket or purse. Kevin is 18cm tall and sewn from soft white viscose fabric. He hast sparkly black glass eyes and a stitched nose and a needle sculpted andContinue reading “Kevin”
a little charmer named Dot. ….and again, it took me quite some time to finish this little friend. But as it is, it’s the little details that make a charming little bear. And I was more than happy to keep this little fella close by for a bit longer. Dot is just about 10inches/26cm tallContinue reading “Dot”
….creating whimsical little characters is incredibly rewarding. It’s always so fascinating when from just a little wool, maybe fabric, some mohair, beads and neeldes or soap & water one a new little pocket friend evolves. I can do this over and over again….it warms my heart and brings so much joy and happiness. Be creative!Continue reading “creating”
…and as you know there is always room for one more bear! Happy Weekend! These two are patiently waiting for a loving new home. You can find them here.
‘sometimes the smallest things take the most room in your heart’ Winnie the Pooh