Please scroll down to the second set of bullets for the free printable PDF sewing pattern and links to any additional relevant tutorial videos.
How cute is this little fellow?
My best friend’s daughter is pregnant, and she wanted books for her baby shower. So of course, I bought her the full set of Paddington Bear books to go with this little Paddington look-alike that I made for her.
This bear uses my Smokey Bear pattern, minus the pants. Have a look below:
To make my Paddington Bear look-alike plush toy, you can use the Smokey pattern that I’ve included with the bullets at the bottom of this post, but don’t forget to leave your Paddington Bear’s crotch open, so you can invert him:
And it’s also important to note that you have to clip your seams before inverting:
My Ever After High doll‘s “Saucy Hat” pattern was used to make my Paddington style hat, and I used red craft felt instead of cotton. But I think you could probably use solid red cotton as well. Click here for the pattern and tutorial for making this adorable Paddington Bear hat.
And of course, more patterns for clothes to fit him will be coming! I’m working on making a little blue hooded jacket that looks like Paddington‘s, and I’ve already made him an adorable Hawaiian shirt with black trousers:
Check back later for those patterns and tutorial videos.
Here’s the free printable PDF sewing pattern for making today’s Paddington Bear style craft project:
- Free printable PDF sewing pattern for the tan bear
- Click here for the tutorial video that shows how to make the Smokey version of the bear
- Click here for a link to my patterns and tutorials for the hat
- Here’s my “How to Thread an Embroidery Needle” video.
- My “How to Hem a Garment by Hand Using the Whipstitch” tutorial shows you the basic stitch we’ll be using to attach all of the felt pieces to the bear.
- The “Basic Sewing Stitch Tutorial” video will show you how to do the straight stitch, which I will mention in my DIY video for the bear project.
- I also mention the backstitch in my bear project video, and here’s my “Backstitch Tutorial.”
- Here’s a link to my satin stitch tutorial, which you can use to make the bear’s mouth, if you think he needs one.
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