Enid PDF Teddy Pattern
Enid teddy bear is a 45cm traditional style teddy bear. You can make her using mohair or synthetic fabric. She has glass or plastic safety eyes and movable joints. The teddy bear sewing pattern is ideal for beginner and experienced teddy bear makers.
This vintage-style bear is the perfect addition to your teddy bear collection. She is large, ready to make a statement with her presence wherever you display her. The Enid teddy bear sewing pattern is also suitable to use with vintage fabrics or upcycled clothing. In fact, many people use this pattern to make memory bears.
This is the PDF version of the pattern. The Enid PDF teddy pattern is a great choice because it’s affordable and you don’t have to wait for it to arrive in the mail. Once you have paid for your order, you will receive a link where you can download the pattern sheets and instructions. You can print the pattern on ordinary A4 or Letter sized printer paper. To ensure that your pattern comes out the right size, choose ‘Actual Size’ in your printer settings.
What Fabric is Suitable to Make this Bear?
We made our Enid using feathered mohair with a sparse pile. You can also use slightly more furry mohair, or even synthetic fabric. Vintage cotton fabric would suit the bear, just be sure to use iron-on interfacing to stabilize the fabric.
Full Supplies List:
- Fabric – 50cm x 70cm (1/4m) feathered mohair or synthetic fabric
- Eyes – 12mm or 14mm black glass
- Joints – 40mm, 45mm, and 50mm discs with split pins or screws
- Nose Thread – embroidery thread no 5
- Paw Pads – a square of suede or velvet
Sewing Tools and General Supplies:
In addition to the items in the supplies list above, you will need fiber fill stuffing, sewing thread, and possibly some glass beads or lead shot to weight the bear.
Have the following tools on hand:
- Fabric marking pen to mark out the pattern pieces on the fabric
- Small sharp scissors for cutting out
- Hand sewing needles
- A long doll needle to insert the eyes
- A hemostat or stuffing tool
- Needle nose pliers for the joints
Hand Sewing or Sewing Machine?
We prefer to sew our bears entirely by hand. You can save time by sewing the seams using a sewing machine. However, you will still need to do some hand-finishing.