Teddy is finished and I’m so pleased with him 🙂

He’s knit with Sirdar Touch yarn, which is unbelievably soft. He mades Ted so cuddly. He’s quite a big ted actually, especially as I only did the small size too!

The pattern is a Sirdar pattern, which you can buy as a downloadable PDF if you want to make your own.


I’m now making him a tank top from a ball of the new Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino Tonals yarn, an ideal way to see how this new yarn knits up I reckon.

2 thoughts on “Ted

  1. Hi. Wondering if you can help me. Back to knitting after many years and just finished knitting the Sirdar Teddy. Not sure about the sewing up! Do I sew the seams on the wrong side and turn inside out? Should I use oversew or back stitch? TIA. Amanda

    1. Yes, I sewed them on the wrong side and turned inside out and I oversewed the seams. I used the same yarn for sewing up and I found that because the yarn is so fluffy, you can’t see the stitching up so oversewing was fine.

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