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Old 09-20-2010, 07:43 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Anyone know of a good website or book I can buy with patterns for doll clothes for 12 and 16 inch waldorf dolls. I am having the hardest time finding any patterns that AREN'T for American dolls.
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Old 09-24-2010, 02:23 PM
 
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This doll maker has some beautiful designs-

http://www.etsy.com/listing/52146685...ll-hooded-coat
http://www.etsy.com/listing/52146392...-dress-loreley
http://www.etsy.com/listing/52146568...-doll-cardigan
http://www.etsy.com/listing/52146951...-wrap-cardigan
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MCCalls had some patterns on their clearance section that would work (at least Im assuming they would, they said it was for 16-18 inch dolls). I hope they work, I got one to make a matching dress for my daughter's new doll Im making her for her birthday (Im matching the doll and my daughter's birthday dresses)

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Living crafts has a free sweater pattern on their webpage (need to scroll down a bit): http://www.livingcrafts.com/page/Free_Patterns

If you are on ravelry - i found a TON on their for my girls dolls... specifically these 2 that are ment for waldorf sized dolls, and not American Girl Dolls:

(boththe sweater and pants are the same person, but the links given one is for the blog post, the other goes right ot the pdf file)
Sweater: http://webhost.bridgew.edu/jllavoie/...y_pullover.pdf
Pants: http://www.joyfulstars.org/blog/?p=171

doll stockings: http://ninnynoodlenoo.com/content.php?content_id=1021

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try searching for premie baby sized clothes as well. You might be able to find something that will work. If you're experimental, you could take one pattern, like for a onesie and use it for multiple things (with sleeves, without sleeves, with legs, with socks sewn on- footie jammy style, just the top as a shirt....)
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The clothes from the patterns for Kit, Chloe and Louise from Wee Wonderfuls (www.weewonderfuls.com) fit 12-13 inch waldorf dolls well.. Some of the clothes for her Olive and Archie dolls fit them as well. Her doll patterns are pretty awesome too.

Also, Joys Waldorf dolls has a booklet you can buy with clothes that fit 13-16 inch Waldorf dolls.

I really enjoy making smaller waldorf dolls--13 inches or so, and have had a hard time finding patterns for them...there are SO many patterns for 18 inch dolls, it's unbelievable!
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