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Oliver Teddy Bear by Jane Burns in Scheepjes Stone Washed
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Oliver Teddy Bear by Jane Burns in Scheepjes Stone Washed

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Meet Oliver the cute, cuddly, adorable Teddy Bear who is a joy to knit and a perfect speedy gift for someone special. Designed by Jane Burns who believes that crafting should be a relaxing pleasure and it's her mission to bring clear and easy to execute designs.

This kit contains:

  • 1 x Scheepjes Stone Washed 1664 - Smokey Quartz (802)
  • 1 x Scheepjes Stone Washed 1664 - Moon Stone (801)
  • 1 x Pattern as a Digital Download.

Teddy Bear is 18cm at sitting height. To make Oliver you will require 3.25mm needles for working in the round, Toy stuffing (safety), Stitch markers, White/ Grey felt, Oddment of black yarn, Grey sewing thread and needle. 

Please Note: This kit does not include Toy stuffing. If you prefer you can knit the soles of the feet in a contrasting yarn which is included in this kit.

  • Yarn weight: 4 Ply

  • Length: 130m per ball

  • Needle Size: 3.25mm needles

  • Ball weight: 2 x 50g

  • Fibre: 78% Cotton, 22% Acrylic

  • Format: Yarn & Digital Pattern

  • Garment: Toy

  • Pattern For: Babies, Children

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LS
04/29/2019
Linda S.
United Kingdom

oliver teddy bear

The pattern was easy to follow, and I am very pleased with the overall result.

JC
04/29/2019
jennifer c.
United Kingdom

Pattern is lovely

I love the pattern and it’s next on my pile to work on

MC
02/17/2019
Marianne C.
United Kingdom

Oliver Bear.

Overall it was relatively easy. I had never knitted a toy in the round before. Starting off was difficult and I had to practice several times before commencng. I had to make the given templates larger. And the pictures of Oliver on the pattern make him look much larger than finished article. I did enjoy making him as it stretched my abilities and he and I have been complimented.