Thursday, February 10, 2011

Beaky bella

Joining in a again today with Melody for the Teddy bears picnic with one of Harriette's friends.
This is a little bear I made from a pattern which appeared in an early Homespun magazine. She was a bit of a challenge as she is only about five inches tall and skinny for a bear. Her nose is made of a separate piece and is quite pointy, just right for getting into the honey pot.
Hope your day is sweet as can be.

11 comments:

elliek said...

very cute bear. The smaller ones are a challenge but I love 'em

Melody said...

You made me smile with your honey pot comment. This is such a cute little bear and I'm so glad you decided to be part of the picnic today.

Karen said...

I think Bella is delightful. Lovely work on something so small.
Enjoy the picnic!

shez said...

Now he has personality what a charactor.
cheers shez
http://shez-enjoyinglife.blogspot.com

rochellebuckley said...

What a sweet bear, I love these smaller guys - in fact they are the only ones I make. Only ever did one big bear.
Have a great week.

Shay said...

She's a cutie alright.

Will they have honey at the picnic?

Serenata said...

She is a cutie, I can just imagine her trying to get the honey out of the pot.

Your cross stitch is coming along well.

Barb said...

Oh wow...what amazing work, this bear is sooo cute!

Doris Sturm said...

What a cute critter - I didn't recognize it as a bear till you mentioned it. I just thought is some kind of an exotic fluffy critter - I love the fuzzy, fluffy fur! Nice job!

Sheila said...

Such a sweet little bear and I don't think I could tackle anything quite that small , Thanks for sharing .

teresa said...

She is so cute and I just love her little honey pot nose! Tiny bears are quite a challenge aren't they? You've done a wonderful job xx