Knitted Polar Bear.
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Class includes description, chapter level access to the video, printable materials list, shared gallery of images of the project, discussion list for questions and answers about the project, personal notes section, and a transcript of the class.
2015-11-13 16:33:24
My name is Megan Kreiner. I grew up on Long Island, New York in a household where art and art projects were a part of daily life. Coming from a long line of knitters and crocheters, I learned to knit and crochet at an early age from my grandmother, my aunt, and my mom and started to explore the wild and uncharted waters of toy design and pattern making in 2012. I have a fine arts degree in computer graphics and animation from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and am currently pursuing a career in the feature animation industry in Los Angeles, California as an animator at DreamWorks Animation.
Learn how to knit this very hungry polar bear and his little fish friend with cute critter expert, MeganKreiner. The bear and fish are made with chunky yarn, so the knitting is fast andeasy. Megan shows you how to make every little bit of this 8-inch bear--from tousled head to whip-stitchedtoe--and also demonstrates how to stuff and assemble. Best of all, you'll learn how to add a safely secured magnet to both critters so the bear can carry the fish wherever he goes.
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