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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The life cycle of a teddy bear Ro materials How its process What is it for? It is for leather and fur This is for wool After the design is accepted it is Tran farmed to a blue print from which paper patterns are made.The shapes are cut out and pinned to fabric. Many layers of plush may be stacked with the pattern pinned on the top and a cutter with a blade much like a band saw is used to cut out many pieces at one time. Rows of workers sit behind industrial sewing machines. Each is responsible for one style of style of bear.He or she will assemble the small pieces first.Add the eyes and grommet attachment to the face,and then stitch the part together.The bears are inside outwith their seams exposed and opening down the long seam in the back.Finally the bear are pulledright side out and dispatched to be stuff.The volume a worker produces depends on thetype of bear; one may produce 35 to 45 baby bears in one day or eight or nine larger species. Truck Bout Airplane How it gets to the market Were it goes when you throw it out Land fill Disposer Can be recycled How it's manufactured Fun facts You can get it them at any toy store Costes $5,000 to 5$ FUR: they skin the animals fur and wush it.COTTEN:they sher the sheep and wush it.CLOTHING: sher the sheep and wush them then they start niting sweeter for them.PLASTIC BUTTEN: the oil goes through a lot of big mishears.then gets droped into a big bin and white buttons are custom couler died. is then people go to the stores to drop it them of so people can buy them. fun fact did u know parts of a teddy bearare reused?like the fur. the fur is reused for cloths and other things.cotton is another thing you can can reused for pillows and other things too. oil for plastic button
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