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I could swear that there was a posting a few months (?) back that showed a one-piece knitted Teddy bear. You know what I mean---no joining, just continuous knitting head, arms, body, legs. I would think that the "joints" were made simply by decreasing stitches and/or going down in size of needles. I've checked EVERYwhere -- Ravely being my first choice -- but can't find it. Anyone out there know where it might be? Or is this yet just another "dream" I had that I think I saw in real life?????
 

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Glory Gee in CT said:
I could swear that there was a posting a few months (?) back that showed a one-piece knitted Teddy bear. You know what I mean---no joining, just continuous knitting head, arms, body, legs. I would think that the "joints" were made simply by decreasing stitches and/or going down in size of needles. I've checked EVERYwhere -- Ravely being my first choice -- but can't find it. Anyone out there know where it might be? Or is this yet just another "dream" I had that I think I saw in real life?????
http://www.deborahsknitting.com/knitting/NoSeamsTeddyBearDK.pdf
 

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Glory Gee in CT said:
I could swear that there was a posting a few months (?) back that showed a one-piece knitted Teddy bear. You know what I mean---no joining, just continuous knitting head, arms, body, legs. I would think that the "joints" were made simply by decreasing stitches and/or going down in size of needles. I've checked EVERYwhere -- Ravely being my first choice -- but can't find it. Anyone out there know where it might be? Or is this yet just another "dream" I had that I think I saw in real life?????
Hi Gloria Gee

This is by far the easiest pattern I have ever knitted-and the size will vary with yarn and needles-ensure you have a close knit so you cannot see the filling>>>

http://www.squidoo.com/easyknitting-patterns

I have made 3 of them and they always come out great>>
 

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Thank you all for your input. I will definitely find what I'm looking for in what you suggested. I'll be sure to post the results when I do one.

Thanks again...
...gloria
 
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