The Teddy Bear is probably the single most popular toy in any child's collection. Named for President Teddy Roosevelt, who refused to shoot a bear cub on a hunting expedition, Teddy Bears are today universally regarded as a symbol of love and affection. Now, on the occasion of the Teddy Bear's 80th birthday, noted designer and author Ted Menten has captured the winning charm of these cuddly cubs in 80 iron-on transfer patterns. Illustrations include both boy and girl Teddys in a variety of activites, poses, with many seasonal motifs, and in several sizes from very small to full-page designs. And, as a bonus, all designs include a helpful test pattern. Use these patterns to embroider, woodburn, punchneedle, paint or applique images of these amiable little animals. The author suggests many handsome and practical applications: pockets, collars, cuffs, blouses, T-shirts, pillows, tote bags, wall hangings, and many other interesting ideas and variations. Also includes clear, complete, easy-to-follow directions, with special instructions in these vital areas: Preparing the FabricPreparing the Ironing BoardMaking a Test PatternTransferring the PatternsUsing Dark FabricsUsing WoodNeedleworkers and crafts enthusiasts alike will delight in this easy-to-use collection of iron-on transfer patterns: 80 images of huggable Teddys accompanied by clear, concise instructions for their use in a wide array of applications.Now, on the occasion of the Teddy Beara#39;s 80th birthday, noted designer and author Ted Menten has captured the winning charm of these cuddly cubs in 80 iron-on transfer patterns.
|Title||:||Teddy Bear Iron-On Transfer Patterns|
|Publisher||:||Dover Publications - 1983|