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How To Sew : A Cube Bear (Linen Cotton Rattle Toy) - Part 2 (Free Pattern)

Updated: Feb 15


A baby with a linen rattle toy

Here's the part 2.


If you missed the part 1, click below.











D. Sewing the body



  1. Sew the head facing down at the center of the top of the fabric (color B) with a 0.5cm seam allowance.

  2. Repeat the same for both arms at the position of 1cm from the top.

  3. Repeat the same for both legs at the position of 1cm from the left and right.

  4. Now, all body parts are positioned. This is called "the main body".



Sewing a linen bear

* Important: When sewing the cube, always leave a 1cm seam allowance. Do not sew all the way to the end of the fabric.






  1. Sew a square (color A) on the top of the main body.

  2. Now, the square is connected with the main body.

  3. Put another square (color C) on the top. Sew it together with the top square (color A) on the left.

  4. Then, slide it towards the center. Sew it together with the main body on the left.

  5. Open the bear as shown.

  6. Put another square (color C) on the top. Sew it together with the top fabric (color A) on the right.

  7. Then, Slide it towards the center. Sew it together with the main body on the right.





Linen bear diy

Now, your bear should look like this.



  1. Put a square (color A) on the right side as above. Sew it together with the square (color C) on the bottom.

  2. Then, slide it towards the main body. Sew it together with the main body on the bottom.

  3. Continue sewing to connect the bottom square to the main body.

  4. Connect the last square (color B) to the cube.

  5. Sew the top, left and right. Leave the bottom side open.





E. Stuffing and finishing


Now, start stuffing!



  1. Trim all the corners on the inside of the cube. Leave the corner at least 0.5cm seam allowance.

  2. Turn the bear inside out.

  3. Fill the body with polyester stuffing.

  4. Insert a rattle at the center of the stuffing.

  5. Insert the poly pellet bag at the bottom of the body.

  6. Fold the 1cm seam allowance of the opening inwards. Apply firm pressure to create a visible crease.

Finally, we are close to the end.






  1. Start a hand stitch on the seam.

  2. Close the opening with invisible stitches.

  3. Tighten the thread after every few stitches.

  4. After fully closing the opening, sew a backward stitch and then create a knot.

  5. Pull the needle between two stitches, through the stuffing, and bring it out on the opposite side.

  6. Pull the thread taut and trim it close to the bear.



All done!

Toy bear diy

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Have a fantastic day with your bear!







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