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post #101 of 119
I finished this one, today. I had been working on it for ages. I am thrilled with the way it came out.

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post #102 of 119
HEHEEHEEHEE That is just soooo adorable! I have this giant grin on my face, it's so cute!
I read a tutorial on one of the Christmas gift idea threads and I am working on this little guy made from an old sweater and a t-shirt. I love that it only cost the yarn and thread!
http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/inde...lbumID=1284592
post #103 of 119
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HEHEEHEEHEE That is just soooo adorable! I have this giant grin on my face, it's so cute!

[ Thanks!!!!]




I read a tutorial on one of the Christmas gift idea threads and I am working on this little guy made from an old sweater and a t-shirt. I love that it only cost the yarn and thread!
http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/inde...lbumID=1284592
Your link won't let me see.
post #104 of 119
aww! I will try and figure something out...
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post #106 of 119
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He is adorable! I love the fishing set, too!
post #107 of 119
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momma-d, thank you!



I've heard nice things about this place-

http://www.beardancecrafts.com/dollmaking_supplies.htm
Natalie lives just down the street from me and she is wonderful! i have known her for years originally from the vancouver waldorf school winter/spring celebrations.. her supplies are top quality and she is super helpful..
post #108 of 119
post #109 of 119
Cute blue jeans!
post #110 of 119
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I love her! Such a sweet expression! I love the way you embroidered the eyes- just perfect!
post #111 of 119
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It sounds like there are tons of new dolls being born/made this holiday season! Let's try starting up a new thread for pictures!

I just finished this special big brother present for a lovely two year old boy (it took a few late nights because the new baby came a little sooner than anticipated!!):

http://www.flickr.com/photos/30975615@N08/3042219291/

I haven't tried a boy with short straight hair ever before and was nervous but I like how he turned out!!! Finished at midnight last night.
How do you make the hair like that? What is it made out of?

Thank you so much mamas, you have inspired me! I wanted to get DS a doll for Christmas so I bought him a Cabbage Patch doll. I hate it and it creeps me out so I went looking for dolls that don't scare me. These ones are absolutely beautiful and I hope I can make a doll for Toby that's as cute as the ones you all have made!!

Then I might have to make myself one too
post #112 of 119
Awesome collection.
Really very cute.I like your idea of sharing this link.Thank you sharing this wmwzing post.
post #113 of 119
Ok, i have everything ready to go, and I just need to *start*! I ordered premade heads from Joys Waldorf dolls, so I should be able to do this.

As usual I went overboard- I got stuff to make a 10" doll for a friend's baby, 2 little bunting babies for DS and new baby, a 16" doll for DS (he already has a 12" one) and a 12" and 16" one for new baby. Now I just need to actually start!
post #114 of 119
I had to work SO hard to not go overboard during Joy's sale! I got just just a 16 inch honey doll kit (with the premade head, yeah!). I'm just waiting for it to be TG break so I can really have the time to get it all done. I hate having craft stuff out for a long time, our house is too small for that. Looking forward to being able to post pics here soon!
post #115 of 119
Ok, here's the doll!

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2507/...e7c0b56fa0.jpg
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I swear her mouth doesn't look as terse as it does in this light/pic for some reason! I should also note I just made up my own way of doing the hair b/c I don't crotchet. It took some thinking (I'm sooo not visual-spatial) but it turned out all right!)


Matching Christmas dress (matches the one I started and my mom actually really sewed for DD )
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2783/...d8bc86b3ff.jpg

I have supplies for sewing another dress, and really it only takes half a yard, so I could make a LOT of dresses, they only take maybe two hours. And I have some stuff for making a doll Beco, although I did just find nice webbing and buckles, and I'm thinking doing it right is better than doing it in time for xmas. If the stuff gets here fast I can do it. I was just going to make it with ties but buckles will let DD acutally get it on/off herself. And finally I have stuff for making the doll into a mermaid, a shiny teal tail I'll make with an elastic waist band and some teal and silver yarn for some kind of hair decoration, have to figure out how we'll make it so DD can attach it and take it off again... oh and of course I keep forgetting to buy material for making shoes, even though there was some great stuff in the remnants section that would have been perfect. Gotta stop by the store again.
post #116 of 119
St. Margaret- she's lovely!
post #117 of 119
This is my first ever Waldorf doll:

It was supposed to look like my daughter. Here is a pic of her holding the doll before I made it a dress.
post #118 of 119
sophi4ka- sooo sweet! Thank you for sharing!
post #119 of 119
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This is my first ever Waldorf doll:

It was supposed to look like my daughter. Here is a pic of her holding the doll before I made it a dress.
She really looks like your daughter! Both are so adorable.
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