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Handmade knit teddy bears, bunnies, sheep and hedgehogs of all sizes and colours.
Two Sisters Teddy Bear Company was born out of serendipity. Our mother decided to get rid of her decades long collection of wools and yarns just as the younger sister, Kelly, was looking for something to fill the downtimes as she adjusted to life as a stay at home mom. Grabbing up a pair of needles, roping in her older sister, Nicole, and raiding their mother’s stash they set out to start knitting the most adorable, one of a kind hand knit teddy bears. Each bear is hand knit using yarns salvaged from our mom along with some newly bought and found materials. Each bear is made with love and comes with all the variations that hand knit means. We promise they're all knit by hand, and never knit with a machine. No two bears are alike, but we can guarantee that you’ll love all of them as much as we do.
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Tomorrow we'll be starting selling at the first of our Christmas Craft Shows. Our first show is the Blim Show at Heritage Hall in Vancouver from 12-6pm. Come out, see what I'll be selling and if we're lucky, I'll be finished the most beautiful bear ever. And I absolutely did not just buy the yarn yesterday, because I promised my sister no more yarn and I can control myself around yarn. I can. Promise. (I did buy the yarn yesterday, and it's beautiful!) (Don't tell Nicole!)
My vacation is almost over and I have bought...a lot of yarn while I've been here. Now my main problem is trying to figure out what yarn I'm going to pack to take home and what yarn is staying here for my parents to bring in the fall. It's all so beautiful! How in the world do I choose? :)
I've been on vacation for the past 3 weeks, but I've been knitting up a storm. I'll be back next week, so keep an eye out for all the new friends I've managed to knit up!
It's funny. Yesterday I got a massive shipment of new yarns in, and I love them all, but I just found myself perusing the yarn websites looking for more. Is there some sort of 12 step program for yarn buying?