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Old 28-10-2005, 11:45 PM
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Thumbs up Mr Beans Teddy Bear Knitting Pattern (merged)

Would you like a teddy like Mr Bean has? Heres a free knitting pattern for one. Ive just made one-now Ive got to make 2 more! It turned out well so all you knitters take a look-youve got time to knit one for Christmas.
http://www.knitting-and.com/knitting...s/beanbear.htm

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Old 28-10-2005, 11:55 PM
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Hi angelatgraceland

I hope that you don't mind but as this is a free knitting pattern, I am going to move it over to the Freebies board.

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no probs! couldnt find it so just wanted to make sure it got listed!
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Hi angelatgraceland

I hope that you don't mind but as this is a free knitting pattern, I am going to move it over to the Freebies board.

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Annual Grocery budget 2014 is £3000 pa £250 calendar month £57 pw for 3 adults One dog and two cats.
January 2014 spend so far £87

December spend £264.43=average of £59.71 pw
November spend £212.07= average of £49.09 pw
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Old 29-10-2005, 1:45 PM
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Thanks lol this is brilliant, love Mr Bean.

My nan'll knit me this
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thanks for this :-)
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Ive now knitted three of "teddy". Even my son wanted one and hes 16. Hes rather good at Mr Bean impressions-I cant shut him up now! All turned out the same size but with different expressions. Youngest dd wanted teddy to "hide" and said "Teddy, where r u" Under the table of course! He'd had a few too many - hick.
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January 2014 spend so far £87

December spend £264.43=average of £59.71 pw
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I do hope your teddies all turned out nice! Mine all have different faces with their own characters. I cant separate my youngest dd from hers-still got to finish off my last one!
Annual Grocery budget 2014 is £3000 pa £250 calendar month £57 pw for 3 adults One dog and two cats.
January 2014 spend so far £87

December spend £264.43=average of £59.71 pw
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Originally Posted by angelatgraceland
Would you like a teddy like Mr Bean has? Heres a free knitting pattern for one. Ive just made one-now Ive got to make 2 more! It turned out well so all you knitters take a look-youve got time to knit one for Christmas.
http://www.knitting-and.com/knitting...s/beanbear.htm
I cant knit so u offering to knit me a coeple.pm me if u would .cheers
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why thank you|!
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Default Mr. Bean Style Teddy Bear knitting pattern

http://www.knitting-and.com/knitting...s/beanbear.htm
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thanks i love mr. bean lol

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lol what a fab teddy!! Shame i cant knit though lol!
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lol what a fab teddy!! Shame i cant knit though lol!
It's so easy! Why not learn in the winter lots of how to details on knitting websites.
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lol what a fab teddy!! Shame i cant knit though lol!
i know how you feel, little miss divadee would adore this she is watching mr bean right now!!!!!


i have tried to teach myself to knit and it just aint happening!!!!
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I have sent the link to my mum with the message "I know at least 2 people who would love one of these teddies"

Hope it works
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Hi
This was posted on here a while ago as that's where I found it.

Don't worry about not being able to knit Ellie - I only taught myself a couple of months ago and this bear was the first pattern I knitted. I did him a little more multi-coloured than the original and my neice loves him.

The instructions I used to teach myself are here: http://www.ukhandknitting.com/

Just thought it was worth mentioning that there are *loads* of other free patterns on the same site. I'm currently knitting lots of pentagons to make the woolly ball as a new baby present for a friend: http://www.knitting-and.com/knitting...woollyball.htm - nice and moneysaving!
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I have sent the link to my mum with the message "I know at least 2 people who would love one of these teddies"

Hope it works
could you make that 3
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I am going to have a go at knitting this-here goes
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thank you so much for this, ive just posted did any one know where i could find one then did a google serach and it was on here all the time. Yes i know i should have googled first.
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cheers angelatgrceland from a kniting fanatic friend of mine
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