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Soft and Squishy Non-Jointed Bears Now Available

nj fur andfabric02We now offer soft, squishy, non-jointed Memory Bears!

By popular request, I’ve developed a non-jointed memory bear pattern for those who want a softer and more “squishy” bear to hug.  These happy, huggable bears are intended to bring comfort, joy and good memories.

Our signature bear has jointed arms and legs. Joints allow you to move the arms and legs up and down and allows you to position a bear. They also allow the placement of the legs so that the bear can sit on its own. However, to accomodate the joints, we have to stuff the bears firmly so, although they are cuddly, they aren’t soft and “squishy” cuddly.

By creating a non-jointed bear, we don’t have to stuff it so firmly so we can make a much softer bear. Our non-jointed bear is not only great for hugging, it is going to be a bit more durable for younger children to play with and much more cuddly to crawl into bed with and hug at night. On top of that, we are able to offer it at a lower price than our jointed bears.

We are currently only offering one size. Our 16″ non-jointed fabric bear is $75 each and our fur-based non-jointed bear is $95 each. Shipping is additional.

Click here to find out more about our fabric non-jointed bears or

Click here to find out more about our fur non-jointed bears

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We decided to make the gown in our "angel" style. We made the bodice from the WD satin with some ribbon pleats and added a collar so that the bodice was a little more masculine. For the skirt, we used the lace over the satin. We finished the gown off with a removable sash.
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Erin Spear sent her very lacy wedding dress to have a unisex baptism gown made from it.  She wanted us to use the lace but was hoping for something her son could wear as well as any future daughters.

We decided to make the gown in our angel style.  We made the bodice from the WD satin with some ribbon pleats and added a collar so that the bodice was a little more masculine.  For the skirt, we used the lace over the satin. We finished the gown off with a removable sash.

Fairy Godmother Creations added 2 new photos.

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The wedding dress was constructed with rather thin panels of fabric seamed together for the skirt--which made it impossible to construct the gown without a seam down the center front so, we placed a ribbon down the front to cover the seam and add a nice element.
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Richard Poor sent his grandmothers wedding dress from 1952 to have this unisex christening gown made.  The wedding dress was made of a very high quality satin but didnt have a lot of augmentation to it.  What it did have, we used.  There was some interesting little scroll elements on the bodice that we were able to incorporate into the bib collar.  We also used the covered buttons as accents.  

The wedding dress was constructed with rather thin panels of fabric seamed together for the skirt--which made it impossible to construct the gown without a seam down the center front so, we placed a ribbon down the front to cover the seam and add a nice element.

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We can turn neck ties into heirloom keepsakes for family to treasure.  Here are just a few of the types of items we can make from neck ties.