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Mason, ooak, 8 inches, crocheted

Mason, ooak, 8 inches, crocheted

Mason, ooak, 8 inches, crocheted

Mason, ooak, 8 inches, crocheted

Mason, ooak, 8 inches, crocheted
Mason and his friend
Stuffed Bear
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By Marion Fraile

8 inches (20.3 centimeters)

Mason is crocheted from a short eyelash yarn. He stands 8 inches tall and is one-of-a-kind. His facial features include premium black German glass eyes with needle felted backing and a shiny glass nose. I have applied subtle shading with dry oil paints. Mason is filled with poly fiber and some steel shot for a nice weight. His head is cotter pin jointed, his limbs are thread jointed.

His accessories include a hooded vest which I have knitted from premium angora blend yarn. A tiny blue heart button and a blue ribbon close the vest.

Mason also brings his own toy bear. I have needle felted this little guy from a felting wool in blue/green shades. The tiny bear stands 2.75 inches and has moveable limbs.


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  Marion Fraile
bearkidz by Marion Fraile
United States
10.4 years on Bear Pile

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Bearkidz-babies are one-of-a-kind (ooak), crocheted without use of any pattern by me, award winning artist Marion Fraile. I sculpt my bears giving them their shape during the process of crocheting by adjusting and changing the number of stitches used. I never use a pattern but rather use my sense for proportions. Long hours are spent to finish a bear. I dont have a piece of fabric to work with but rather have to create my fabric with many, many tiny stitches, stitch by stitch. Mainly for this reason I am only able to make a very limited number of bears annually. Whenever I start crocheting a new bearkidz I start by selecting fibers/threads which I believe will make an interesting fur. Very often I combine completely different colors to achieve the most unique coat. Sometimes a thread has tiny color dots or occasionally comes with a shiny metallic thread worked in.

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