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Large Pusey bear
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Oct 27, 2013 13:00:22   #
Honey babe
 
Hi all kp just wondered if anyone can help me I want to knit a Pusey bear to be raffled at the school I work at for children in need I want to knit a biggish one but can not find a knitting pattern for a big teddy please can anyone help me if they have a knitting pattern for a bug Pusey bear can I please have a copy thankyou :lol:
 
Oct 27, 2013 13:39:41   #
waya
 
The search I did I came up with Pudsey Bear here is the link for gypsy creams pattern I am sure you could make one of them work. They are awesome and easy to make.

here is her link http://www.craftsy.com/user/510881/pattern-store?NAVIGATION_PAGE_CONTEXT_ATTR=NONE
Oct 27, 2013 13:56:55   #
babsbarb (a regular here)
 
I can't help as I don't know what a "knitting pattern for a bug Pusey bear" is.
Oct 27, 2013 14:03:22   #
muppet
 
Do you mean Pudsey? If so there is a free pattern on the Lets Knit web site, just google Pudsey and it will come up.
Oct 27, 2013 14:05:56   #
DonnieK
 
Gypsycream has a 19" big bear pattern. Go to Home above on this page, click on it and then go to the Designers Page. She has a post there of him. Also you can go to Craftsy.com and search Gypsycream and her patterns will come up. They are easy to read, easy to understand, and an easy knit. Plus, you get a free tutorial to show you how to assemble that beauty of a bear.
Oct 27, 2013 16:27:11   #
EmmaHummingbird
 
http://www.knit-today.com/pattern/pudsey-pattern
 
Oct 28, 2013 19:27:38   #
glnwhi
 
cute pattern
Nov 6, 2013 17:05:19   #
brenda1946
 
Honey babe wrote:
Hi all kp just wondered if anyone can help me I want to knit a Pusey bear to be raffled at the school I work at for children in need I want to knit a biggish one but can not find a knitting pattern for a big teddy please can anyone help me if they have a knitting pattern for a bug Pusey bear can I please have a copy thankyou :lol:


I have the BBC Book for Children in Need with both a Big Pudsey and small one plus jumper pattern for both children and adults. If you private message me with your email address i will copy the book and send it to you
Nov 7, 2013 15:39:31   #
Honey babe
 
Hi Brenda thankyou for your email I think you have already sent me the patterns as I have received some from you and thankyou very much if not you can send them to dwchatterton@yahoo.co.uk and thankyou very much for your help it is very much appreciated christine :lol: 8-)
Nov 7, 2013 16:35:16   #
imere
 
this site has a bigger free pattern, i cannot get it as i forgot my log in details worth a try anyway

http://www.knit-today.com/pattern/pudsey-pattern
dont know how big it is but it says knit in a weekend

val
 
          
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