We made a gigantic 3 meters Teddy bear, but following the same process you can make any gigantic stuffed toy you want. First step...

We made a gigantic 3 meters Teddy bear, but following the same process you can make any gigantic stuffed toy you want. First step was to find a nice stuffed toy that would worth the trouble. We had this funny Teddy where’s my teddy pdf that was about 30 cm. The next step was to decide the new dimensions.

We thought of making it 10 times bigger. Once we’ve established the final dimensions we knew exactly what we have to do. Every stuffed toy has some patterns that give its shape. All we had to do for this next step was to find the stitches and cut them off using a scissor. We also had to make sure not to cut anything else but the stitches. After we cut them off we had like 13 elements.

These elements were actually the patterns of the stuffed toy. The next step was to scan all the elements and trace the outline of every one of them in Corel or Photoshop or any program you like. You can even use Paint. This is what you should end up with.

Now remember we said we would make the Teddy bear 10 times bigger. Well, all we had to do was enlarge every pattern 10 times. Don’t let the fact that you don’t have a large printer be a problem. We didn’t have a large printer at that time either. It was easy and cheap to print the patterns on A4 papers and tape them together afterwards in order to get our patterns ready. At this point we had to choose a fluffy material, draw the patterns on it, and of course, cut it.

At this point you should keep in mind which side of the pattern to use. You can mark them on each side with L and R for left and right, knowing that you’ll be using the same patterns for both sides of the toy. After we had the small pieces we started sewing them on the back into one pice. It is very important to keep in mind which piece goes where. It came up really nice and we stopped sewing when we only had a small gap left, enough to fill the Teddy bear. We actually had two choices for filling: 1.

We choosed the polystyrene beads but wadding is also a good choice if you can afford it. But the original toy bear didn’t have to be taken apart. You could have adapted those bear pattern off of a downloaded pattern found online or from a borrowed book from the library or something. But none the less that giant Tbear project is pretty cool.

A great thing to have around Christmas, Near a tree or snuggled up around the fireplace and a story. Wow this would totally be a kids dream! I’m loving all your ‘ables! I could give him a good home! I just HAVE to make something like this. I want to make this bear, but make it look like a snorlax! Umm, how much does it weigh?

This is a crazy project, but with an awesome result. I want one of these in my house, to use as a kind of random application furniture. Slightly larger and I’d be willing to throw my bed out. Now you have my gears spinning, neat project. This is awesome, thanks for sharing! He looks really fun to lounge on.

I would love to have a huge teddy bear like that! I feel a little bad for the poor little bear that had to be sacrificed for this gigantic bear to be created. I am an artist currently working on a huge bear and am worried about the stitching. Did the stitches hold up ? My bear currently weighs 20 kg and needs a lot more stuffing – will end up weighing maybe 30 kg.