Soft and Squishy Non-Jointed Bears Now Available

We now offer soft, squishy, non-jointed Memory Bears! By popular request, I’ve developed a non-jointed memory bear pattern for those who want a softer and more “squishy” bear to hug.  These happy, huggable bears are intended to bring comfort, joy and...

Fur Jacket made into Cats

Monica Barker sent her late aunt’s fur jacket/cape from the 1960s and asked me to make two cats for her and her mother for Christmas this year.  She specifically wanted Siamese cats, but I could not find a pattern specifically for that breed of cat and the...

Baptism Outfit from Both Grandmothers’ Wedding Dresses

Denise Durick asked us to make a baptism outfit that combined her wedding dress and her daughter’s mother-in-law’s wedding dress. The two dresses were pretty different in color and design so it took some time to figure out how to best combine them. Our...

T-Shirt Quilt Makes Great Gift for Son

T-shirt quilts are very popular with graduating seniors and Gerri Walsh wanted to get one made for her son’s birthday. His school colors are red and white so most of the shirts were red and white with touches of black and grey. I used the major graphics within...

Unique Christening Gown from Wedding Dress

Kari Jamicich sent her wedding dress to have a unisex gown made for her son to wear for his baptism. Her wedding dress was made of pretty thick poly satin so we went with our “Bishop” style gown. Because the gown had seams falling in inconvenient places, I...

Wedding dress baptism romper in purple

Chantel Bailey sent her wedding dress to have a romper made for her son. Since her dress had some lovely panels of purple, we made a romper with a faux vest and used the purple on the vest. When it was done, it just seemed like a matching bow tie pin was called for....

Mom’s Wedding Dress Turned into Teddy Bears

Kathryn Stoll sent her mother’s wedding dress to have us make memory bears from it for her siblings. With wedding dress bears, we try to incorporate any lace elements where...

Many Furs Make Lovely Memory Bears

Peggy Anderson sent a couple of fur coats that were once her mother’s and her grandmother’s to have bears made for relatives. There were three coats. One was mink, one was mouton and the other was Persian lamb. We decided to make one bear from each coat...

Mink Memory Bears in Two Colors

Jenny Seta came in and dropped off couple of furs to have these six 16 inch bears made to give to grandchildren for Christmas.  Since the furs were different colors, I chose to use the lighter (smaller) fur as accents to the darker fur.

Patchwork Memories in Three Bears

Kelly DeBenedictus send us some clothing from her late parents to have these bear made for her children to give to their children. We combined fabrics from all the different clothing to make sure that each bear had something from every garment. Since there were three...
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