"Bonjour" the Bear Simple as Pie


"Bonjour" the Bear Simple as Pie


Make this too-cute sewing pattern for the bear lover in your life. "Bonjour" the Bear is both easy and rewarding to put together. If you're looking for an easy handmade baby gift to present at your next shower, this is the way to go. Appropriate for more ages than just the newborns, you can also use this tutorial as an option for handmade gifts for kids.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byHand


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I cannot get the pattern of this bear toy. Please let me know why? It keeps giving me crochet patterns. I really would like the pattern of this bear. please can yu help? Thank you.

Hello. Thank you so much for making us aware of this issue. It looks like it was being directed to the wrong site. We have fixed the link above and it should take you right to the teddy bear. Hope that helps, Kaylee, Editor

If you can't find the pattern: Click on the pattern link. When the new site opens, scroll down and click on "Sewing". Then you will see another link for free stuffed animal patterns. Click on it, and scroll down to the bear. Once you get to the pattern, there are several pages you will need to print out. Follow the directions at the top of the first page, and you will have the pattern for free.

I'm having the same problem with this pattern. I'm new to this site, so I hope it doesn't happen often, but what a bummer; this lil bear would have been so cute.

this pattern does NOT exist. everytime i click the link it takes me to a pay site :( and i wish i could say this is the first time. many featured patterns on here do that.

Yes, the pattern does exist. When you click the link that says: "Click Here for Sewing Pattern" you get the commercial site - BUT - there is a link near the top of the new site that says "click to continue" which takes you to a page giving a general description of the free bear pattern, and instructions on how to get to the pattern. The instructions for creating the bear and the pattern pieces are shown on three separate pages of that site... which is a clumsy way of presenting the pattern... but at least it is there.


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