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Primitive Standing Bear Charlie Bear EPATTERN    

Primitive Standing Bear Charlie Bear EPATTERN

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You gals asked for a standing bear pattern so without further ado meet Charlie Bear.
The inspiration for this bear comes from our childhood and the simplicity in life back then. I just added a few twists and made him stand.
 
 This EPATTERN for the Primitive Standing Bear *Charlie Bear* that has been designed and handcrafted by me.
Olde Homestead Barn © 2011
 
You will receive Simple easy step by step instructions to make this standing bear. This is an EASY patterns with not a lot of sewing!  The recipe to make them look nice and grungy is also included in the pattern. He stands on a board and is supported nicely.
 
He really turns out adorable and great for all year round display.
 
 I promise you will love this pattern!  
 
 
The patterns are for beginners and experience crafters.
It will look terrific on a prim chair, shelf or prim table 
When completed he will measures approx: 30 inches tall when complete
 
 
Not to be reproduced, shared or copied, protected under copyright laws.
  
You can make as many of these as you would like for your own personal use, your website, Ebay, Etsy or craft shows but you MUST GIVE ME CREDIT for the pattern designer. Not for mass production!!
 
Thanks for looking and don't forget to check back for more of my primitive creations!

 

Price: $8.75


Product Code: C-17
 


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