Wednesday, June 22, 2016

A ‘Beary’ Good Week for Wednesday Wee Ones!

It’s been SO nice to have my sewing room in good order again! And when I was organizing, I came across a ‘few’ unfinished projects. I’ve been inspired by my blog friend Sandra from farm girl sam lately! She’s been busy finishing up all kinds of projects. (and reading good books too!)


This bear was stuck in a drawer…armless and legless. He’s still faceless but at least now he can sit on a shelf.


Or hang out with other bears in the sewing room.


I’ve made quite a few over the years.


I even made up my own pattern for this one. Really! I made it up!


I wonder if eyes and a nose….a ribbon or bow…or something to wear would help?


That will have to wait for another day! haha! After all, I DO still see a Raggedy Andy with a missing arm on the work bench.

I hope you’ll visit JoAnn today! She’s showing off her cute dolls HERE!

Anyone else joining us today?

Don’t forget to

Take Time to PLAY!!!


Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

I need to do a montage of my teddies

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I love your cute teddies. They have a nice place to hangout! Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Awwww a bear being born - how sweet. Love the one you made the pattern for - you are just so darn clever. I'm sure Raggedy Andy is going to enjoy having his arm fixed - then he can play with the others - so many cute ones in your sewing room. I used to make bears years and years ago - and yet I have none for myself. Happy week ahead - getting towards the weekend.

Susie said...

Diane, If I told how long it took me to complete a rag would be amazed..the thing is it is finished many long years now and has a home with my daughter Liz. I made 3 rag dolls in my life time. One for each of my twins (Liz & Karen) and one for my mom. I really do not like to have unfinished things...makes me feel guilty. LOL. Blessings to you, xoxo, Susie

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Those bears are all so adorable and I think the one that you created would do well with maybe no face, but an apron for a female, and maybe even some eyeglasses and then if a male, add the eyeglasses, no facial features, a vest and then see how they look afterwards. I used to make stuffed bears for our three daughters when they were little, and this reminded me of that time. Thank you for the kind words shared on my 7th anniversary blog post. Take care~

Linda Walker said...

Hello Diane,
Your little stuffed creations are darling--with or without faces, arms etc!!! LOL! I have quite a few unfinished projects too.....someday!!!!! Happy to stop by tonight and pay my friend a visit! Hugs!

Unknown said...

Hi Diane!
I love your bears! The grey one in a dress is my favourite. She is a pretty bear. You should make more cute bears! And the 'your own pattern' one is so funny! lol I think eyes and a ribbon would help! :)))

20 North Ora said...

Cute bears. What happen to Raggedy Andy's arm? Play time is good.


Sam I Am...... said...

Thank you for the compliment although I have no idea how I inspire anyone with my "half-baked" projects! LOL! But I think inspiration is like a I get my inspiration from you and other bloggers a round robin! It's all wonderful! This time you reminded/inspired me to do some mending! LOL!

Candy S said...

The bears look as if they would love to get out and play for awhile. You have such Cute collection.