If you can wait until the weekend, I should be able to help you out (if no-one else gets to it before me!). Well, I guess I could get you started...
If you haven't started at all, start with the arms and legs (and I apologize if I over-explain!). Then do the ears and maybe the body. I'll have to leave the head until the weekend
1. Sew the darts (line up the edges of the cut, and stitch down the slanted edge and off the fabric at the fold...not a perfect dart, but close enough) in the legs and the upper arm pieces (inside and outside).
2. Sew the paw to the inside arm (put the right sides together and line up the markers (the pointed things on the straight edge of each piece).
3. Then put the right sides together of the inside and outside arm pieces (for each arm). Stitch around leaving a small opening for stuffing.
3a. Turn the arms right side out. If you are putting in doll joints, put them in now...actually, you should make the little hole for the doll joints before you sew the pieces together- make the hole on the inside upper arm piece only.
4. Then, you can stuff the arms and stitch the opening closed (by hand).
5. Make the holes on the inside leg for the doll joints if you are using them.
6. Put the right sides of the legs together and, starting at the toe edge, stitch all the way around, stopping a few inches from the "heel." Then, skip about 2 inches to leave an opening for stuffing, and stitch down to the heel. The bottom of the foot should be open.
7. Now, lining up the markers (pointy things again), fit the foot into the opening (right side facing into the leg) at the bottom of the leg. Pin it in well and stitch around the entire circumference of the foot.
8. Turn the legs right side out. Put in the doll joints, stuff and stitch the opening closed.
9. With right sides together, pin two ear sections together and stitch around the curved edge. Repeat with the other 2 ear sections.
10. Turn the ears right side out and stuff lightly. You may want to baste along the open edge of the ears to keep them closed for now (you'll stitch them into one of the seams of the head).
11. Sew the darts on the 2 body pieces. If you are using doll joints, make holes for the doll joints on the body.
12. Put the right sides of the body pieces together, matching up the darts and the markers. Starting at the neck, stitch around the body (start on the front side), and remember to leave an opening in the back for stuffing. The neck should be completely open. Don't stuff it now, because you need to attach the head...so, don't turn the body right side out just yet...
That's about as far as I can go right now...that's all of the easy stuff. The head/muzzle/face part is a little trickier, but not too hard, really. Once you get started with the rest of the bear, you might even figure it out.
And, if anything is unclear, I apologize- maybe someone else can clarify things...