This summer I have decided that I have to make my very first Waldorf doll. I have mentioned it before, but somehow I haven't had the courage to begin.
After reading Wenche's fantastic book I'm sure that I can do it, and I also have the materials waiting upstairs in my sewing room. Maybe it's the hair part which seems too tricky for me?
I dream of all the beautiful clothes one can creat for the dolls. A very inspirering site is Citronille's Happy to see you, where you can find wonderful patterns. Some are even similar to patterns which can be bought for children's clothes.
Maybe I can persuade Anne-Sophie to make the dolls with me? I'm not sure that she will join me, but then I will enjoy having a lovely time teaching her a bit of crocheting. The tiny bit I know....But we have both made up our minds to learn how to crochet Granny Squares for a blanket.
The 3 beautiful dolls are made by these talented people. The boy with the lovely red hair is from Nils Happy to see you. The little girl with the hat is made by Anouk from Fabrique Romantique. And the girl with the bunny is made by Sophie from Sous le Figuier.