Bear Carriers

31 Mar

One of my favorite patterns from the Oliver and S’s Little Things to Sew is the bear carrier.  H. & J. often play “family” in our house, so having a toy carrier is a big hit.

For H.’s, I used, Roundabout Dots print in the frothy pink and the Cultivated Flower print in the creme from Oliver and S’s Modern Workshop line.

H. has been wearing her carrier practically non-stop giving different toys a turn in trying it out.

For J.’s, I let him choose between prints from City Weekend and David Walker’s Rockets.  He choose the rocket print. For the lining, pocket, and the straps, I used the City Weekend‘s blue Urban Grid print.  J. was happy to deem this appropriate for his Baseball Bear (as J. calls him).

I’m looking forward for the spring/summer Oliver and S patterns to come out on Monday!


4 Responses to “Bear Carriers”

  1. crista April 2, 2011 at 8:45 am #

    Oh my goodness this is so adorable! They are so sweet! I want to make one!

  2. Liesl April 6, 2011 at 10:31 pm #

    I’ll be showing this to S-she’s be so excited to see them with carriers, too! You’ve been sewing a lot of great stuff, Jeanne. Looks like you’ve been very busy!



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