Paddington Bear himself is copyrighted, so he should only be available from a designer who has paid the copyright fees. Please be careful and do not flout copyrights. We never know we may someday create something that the world likes and the creator would then own the rights. WELL we can imamgine can't we. As for Paddington Bear, I believe his creator Michael Bond wrote the story for his children.
sorry, haven't seen paddington anywere.
http://www.bunnycup.com/viewset.a... Here u will find a couple of teddies, under retired sets. Hope it helps.
http://www.designssewfine.com/dc-... teddy with a lamb for free at the bottom of the pg.
Here is a great tractor from Brother that I have used. Be sure to check out all the other free designs here. Lots of flowers!
Paddington is a copyrighted design and to get a license to use them for digitizing will cost a fortune - if you can get it at all - so you won't find any free designs, unless the site did not bother with licenses and uses the artwork illegally. Same might apply to tractors if you want designs of actual brands.
Can not think of paddington. have a look by Ann the gran