Easy Woodland Bear and 18 inch Doll Size Bedding

Growing up I was taken on multiple camping trips. My parents were wonderful in that they made it so fun and wonderful that it provided me with wonderful childhood memories. That is what inspired this pattern and several that are coming! This woodland themed bedding set is very simple to make. The fabric is the key. The sewing is simple, and there are photos guiding each step of the way. This pattern will guide you to make the following for an 18" sized doll bed: Fur edged comforter that is reversible. Fur edged rectangle pillow Basic Rectangle pillow. Wool Felt bear pillow/toy

The bear can be made in brown, black or white. It is a simple to make pillow and is very cute. The one in the picture is already being used by my little grandson.

The comforter is so simple to make that it would be adorable in several flannel plaid fabrics and given as Christmas gifts. The comforter is approximately 21" x 21" The pillows are approximately 6" x 9" All my patterns are made to be simple and easy to understand. Use really cute fabric, and make several of these items quickly, and give them as gifts! Ribbonwood Cottage Designs 2015 Copyright.


*Pattern is in inches (Imperial) *Illustrated Sewing Pattern *Pattern is simple, but basic sewing skills are needed

Materials you need at home:

Basic Supply List *1 yard flannel plaid (I used red and black buffalo plaid, any flannel plaid will work) *1/4 yard cream fur fleece, or fur fabric for comforter and pillow (found in craft department) *1/4 yard brown wool, or 2 large craft felt squares (bear) can use furry felt, or similar fabric. *1 scrap black & tan felt at least 2” x 2” (5 cm x 5 cm)(bear) *2 black buttons-I used buttons that didn’t have holes, but were tiny and solid. *Black thread *needle *polyester stuffing *Sewing machine *fabric scissors

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Debbie Booth

I am a professional pattern designer, seamstress and miniature maker. As a little girl my parents gave me little toys and sewing projects to keep me quiet in church! Those interests turned into skills, and in my later life turned into a wonderful thriving business! My goal in making patterns is to make them as simple as possible, while using the prettiest fabric. Putting the two together hopefully results in a wonderful finished product or item!

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