Charlie Bear photos
Charlie bear is the first memory bear pattern I wrote. I created him to look perfect made from adult clothing, but the buyers of my pattern have used the original pattern in so many other ways. I do hope you enjoy browsing through this gallery of makes. If you would like to buy the Charlie Bear pattern to make your own the link to the pattern is HERE and there is a turorial with a photo of every step HERE.
This first is from Robertina Lawrence. She has given him a guitar and headphones!
These 2 bears from Louby Lou, and Suzanne show how different one pattern can look when made up in different fabrics
This bear is from Sue. She says “Although I love every Charlie bear I make, this one is my favorite for promotion as it’s so bright and cheerful”. I totally agree Sue, she’s really cheery, Sue’s website is at www.createdbysue.co.uk
Next up is Clare’s Bear. I love the way she has presented her bear on this lovely dresser. Clare is on Instagram at www.Instagram.com/kraftysew. This bear isn’t a memory bear, she is a lovely gift for a new baby.
This next Charlie bear photo is from Rhianne Hughes. She also makes memory bears for customers from their treasured clothing. She is on Instagram at www.Instagram.com/customcreationsbyree2020 . These 2 bears are made from 2 different shirts that she has pieced together to give the bears some dimension.
This next bear is From Fiona McIntosh. She says “I love the Charlie bear pattern. It’s well designed and a great step by step guide to follow. I am new at sewing and I am looking forward to doing more of these bears. This is my second one”. Lovely work Fiona
I hope you have enjoyed this gallery. I have 3 more to share… This first is from Tania in a lovely range of turquoise and blue fabric with a bow at her neck
This uniformed keepsake bear was made by Melissa. She says “this is my favourite Charlie bear I’ve made. My website is www.islaandmecreations.com”
And this last Charlie Bear is from Jodey. She says “A very handsome bear made in loving memory of a dad for his daughter as a suprise from her husband.Made from one single shirt with embroidery. Hoping this will bring some comfort when needed most ❤
If you are looking at these photos and thinking ‘I’d love to make a Charlie Bear – the link to buy the pattern is HERE.