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#1 of 5 Old 09-30-2007, 01:42 AM - Thread Starter
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Anyone have some good waldorf craft links? Especially for felt gnomes (I don't knit)


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Subbing, looking for new ideas as well.

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I only know of books showing these gnome patterns, ....but hey I googled it and here is one of the books online, not too clear, maybe you can enlarge it a bit?

The book seems to have some other good crafts in it as well,...I might be checking it out myself.
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there is a gnome craft book that has patterns for knitting,crocheting, and sewing. i checked it from our library eons ago. i can't follow a pattern for the life of me...so i just made my own using wooden dowels and felt...and i glue gunned them...not enough time to sew...i had math to teach and we needed gnome! you could just use two triangle shapes and stitch them up and then cut a circle out of fleshy peach felt and sew on it....
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you could just wrap a bit of felt (triangle)around some skin toned wool, (brown, tan, white). maybe use embrodery thread or dental floss to show some stitching on the cloak(the felt triangle). the simpler the better right. at our preschool we just used dowels and felt but i think wool would be nice too.
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