Arthur the Teddy Bear Sewing Pattern


This listing is for a pdf download of Arthur the Teddy Bear Sewing Pattern only. The PDF Sewing Pattern is available for instant download immediately after purchase. It does not include the finished product or the materials to make it.

I just love tweed old styled jointed teddy bears, Arthur the Bear went through a variety of different pattern styles and shapes until I eventually arrived at the one here.

I love the idea of being able to recycle a favourite skirt or item of fabric into a cute and friendly softie. Adding the personal touch to your own memory bear.

The white Arthur the Teddy Bear is made in felt and the Valentine heart is made from one of our free tutorials, click here to view.

Sewing MachineNeedle and Thread

SKU: Crafty Creature 5 Categories: , Tags: ,


SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate


Good knowledge of using your sewing machine

Cutting a pattern

Basic crochet chain stitch and single crochet to make the Bear’s scarf


Finished size: 14 1/2 ” / 37cm tall


A fat quarter of tweed fabric or cotton fabric (22″ x 22″ / 56cm x 56cm)

Cotton embroidery thread/floss

Polyester stuffing to fill the bear

Polyester machine thread to match the colour of fabric you have chosen

Contrasting sewing thread for tacking/basting

Crochet Scarf:

Double knit wool, colour to match/contrast the fabric you have chosen.


Printer and paper to print out your A4 pattern

Fabric & paper scissors also small scissors for trimming and snipping into joints


Measuring tape

Tailor chalk pencil or fabric marker

Sewing needle, embroidery needle with a large eye

Doll sculpting needle, (large doll making needle)

Sewing machine

Chopstick as tool for turning and stuffing the bear

Size 4 mm / G or 6 crochet hook


Satin stitch

Items made from this pattern can be sold in limited quantities. (10 only at a given time)
Please credit Miss Daisy Patterns for the pattern and link to the pattern online or our website.
Miss Daisy Patterns cannot be mass produced under any circumstances.
You can alter the pattern for your own personal use, but if you are trading Arthur the Teddy Bear please state the Arthur the Teddy Bear was created from an original pattern by Miss Daisy Patterns.

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