The Bashful Black Bear

Bashful you ask? That’s what our neighborhood bear seems to be, spotted only on wildlife camera. Now, this is a good thing. You’ll find this bear much more fun to have around!

bear

Right click here and select “save target as” (on a PC) to save this bear pattern to your computer.

black bear pattern

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7 Responses to The Bashful Black Bear

  1. Dottie Lou says:

    Thank you very much for your generosity! I love your work!

  2. Ali says:

    Susan, I just love all your new critter designs – for this one I used white felt to make a Kermode bear, also known as a Spirit Bear, a rare subspecies of black bear native to our northern Pacific Coastal area…it turned out just great!
    Thanks for sharing your creative talents!

  3. Sue Montgomery says:

    Good morning, thank you for sharing your talents and designs with all of us. I have printed out a few of the patterns. I wanted to confirm that the patterns are to be printed in 100%. For example the body of the red headed woodpecker is 4″. Thanks Sue

    • sjbennett says:

      Sue, My birds are made when printed at 100%, but you can resize to whatever size works for you!

  4. Shelly says:

    Hi Susan,
    I had saved your patterns to my Pinterest page and when I ventured to your page I saw you are from Downeast Maine! I am also from Downeast Maine! My husband & I have been on a job out in NM for 5 years! Sure do miss everything about ME! Thanks for posting these great patterns.
    Shelly

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