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Date: 9/9/08 10:13 PM

Does anyone know where I can find patterns for clothing that fits Build a Bears? I'm a novice so would like something that doesn't require major alteration. Thanks.

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Date: 9/19/08 0:57 AM

I don't know what size the bears are, but you could use patterns for teddy bears that are close in size to the bear you want to sew for. Or you could get a clothes pattern for a doll that's close in size and use that.

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Date: 9/19/08 9:02 AM

A little warning: I made pants for a 15 inch doll thinking they would fit a Build a Bear. WRONG! He looked like an unfortunate, chubby Chippendales guy.

I haven't found any either but think I will draft one using some of my kids' Build-a-Bear clothes as a 'sloper.' That would really save us some money around here... those Build-a-Bear days-of-the-week underpants cost more than my child's days-of-the-week panties!

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Subject: Topic moved Date: 9/19/08 9:28 AM

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Date: 8/14/13 10:35 PM

I used the 18" doll patterns(American Girl). I added a 1/2" to the side seams and the folded seams. The height is right. I made pants, t-shirts, Shorts, PJ's, tank tops, long sleeve tops(raglan sleeve) and short sleeve dress shirts. It works with a little adjustments here and there:)

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