Is there any1 out there that collects teddy bears like me?
I'm an avid art-lover of most, if not all things teddy bear related. I have about 400 or so bears (according to my partner) - I sweetie reading about them, cross stitching them, collecting them & would also like to know if there is a club in Australia dedicated to teddies & their collectors...I'd attraction to hear from fellow bear enthusiasts around the world - I also do cross stitching, knitting, iris folding (card making)!
The defence is yes there are people out there who collect teddy bears just like you in fact there are teddy bear clubs in all parts of the humankind. This year I've heard about a Store called "Make a bear" that people rush at their own teddy bears So you're not alone here.
I regard teddy bears too but I sure haven't got as many as you and I not as fanatical as you. I try to buy every teddy from Care Flight that way I am getting my teddies and plateful out Care Flight.
I'm sorry I don't know of any club but there is a shop in the lower Blue Mountains, Glenbrook, that sells only Teddy Bears and I'm unshakeable you would love that shop.
I taste teddy bears so much. the only problem is that my house right now has no room so they are all at my parents house in containers. my Kids also tenderness teddy bears. i think we all have like 600 teddys now. was also have almost 1000 HotWheels cars.
The support is yes there are people out there who collect teddy bears just like you in fact there are teddy bear clubs in all parts of the rapturous. This year I've heard about a Store called "Make a bear" that people form their own teddy bears So you're not alone here.
Iris Schreier's Reversible Möbius Knit Project
Iris Schreier, initiator of Reversible Knits, shares a Möbius knit plan . Reversible Knits contains dozens of in-demand techniques that d in ...
Iris B. Tyler
She enjoyed shopping, knitting, spending time with family and friends, and doing crossword puzzles.
Iris was the loving mother of Richard W. Tyler (Theresa) of Langhorne, Jamie D. Tyler of Langhorne, Kim M. Rush of Langhorne, Karen Ann Sherlock (Paul) of Burlington, N.J., and Tracy L. Fuchs (Robert) of Hilltown. She also is survived by a brother, Jack Munro (Joan) of England; 10 grandchildren, Nikki, William II, Thomas, Taylor, Morgan, Victoria, Tyler, Kolin, Keely, Keegan; her beloved dog, Shy; and several nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral at 8 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18, at Faust Funeral Home, 902 Bellevue Ave., Hulmeville, where friends will be received from 7 p.m. until the time of service. Interment will be held privately.
The family would like to thank all of those who took care of Iris.
Memorial contributions in memory of Iris may be sent to the American Red Cross, Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter, 2221 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19103, (215) 299-4000, www.redcross.org Faust Funeral Home,
Knitting Iris - Bookshelf
Modular Knits, New Techniques for Today's Knitters
A traditional knitting technique gets a new and easier spin, so that even beginners can master the process.
About this book
A traditional knitting technique gets a new and easier spin, so that even beginners can master the process. Just dip into this comprehensive course, with themed tutorials--each with handy practice exercises--as well as simple instructions, charts, and 29 fabulous projects. Modular knitting is a bit like a game: you create designs in the same way you'd work a jigsaw puzzle--piece by piece. Start by completing one square, cube, or diamond, and then build on that by knitting additional basic figures and forms. Although the finished product looks complex, with its variety of shape and color changes, it's actually not hard at all. Start with a very easy patchwork square pillow, and move onto the rounded market bag, triangle hat, and zigzag scarf.
Iris Schreier's Reversible Knits, Creative Techniques for Knitting Both Sides Right
What a winning combination: celebrated author Iris Schreier, 24 exquisite projects, and dozens of in-demand techniques that result in garments that look great on both sides.
About this book
What a winning combination: celebrated author Iris Schreier, 24 exquisite projects, and dozens of in-demand techniques that result in garments that look great on both sides. Using knit/purl, two-color, double knitting, cable, lace, and modular knitting methods, Iris creates beautiful shrugs, shawls, scarves, throws, hats, socks, and more. Some of the items actually have different looks on the front and back while others simply show the same clean, finished fabric throughout. Iris walks novices through all the essentials, then shares modern adaptations of classic stitches, illuminated by photos of hand-knitted swatches. As a bonus, there’s a super-handy yarn substitution chart and an appendix with extra variations for advanced knitters. Knitters of all skill levels can now achieve true “revers-atility”!
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