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#1 of 8 Old 04-23-2003, 11:56 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Does anyone have a pattern for these dolls, or know where I can find one?

Here is a link to a site that sells them, but I would like to make one for a friend.

Waldorf blanket doll

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I don't know how to make that one - but here are directions to make a pretty easy knotty doll. My DD loved hers!



?? Is this it?

Knotty doll
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I just got some dolls made by a WAHM that are beautiful....her prices are very reasonable.....she doesn't have a site, but you can see some of her creations here http://www.picturetrail.com/gallery/...441&uid=501304
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If you opt to buy, I recommend Dannielle
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Thanks for that link momschooling! I appreciate it! I will try it out and see how it goes!

Maribel, I appreciate the link that you provided too
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Thanks so much for the endorsement!

I felt compelled to poke my head in and say "hi!".

I've never seen a pattern for dolls like I make...I don't even use a pattern. But there is a sew-along for a butterfly doll at http://www.cookiepants.com Meg also has links to some other waldorfy doll patterns under "sew what".

Hope that helps!
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I know that Fuzbaby.com and sleepingbean.com both have free waldorf doll making instructions. You may get some ideas for you blankie doll there too!

The blankie doll is my 2.5 month olds favorite toy!
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thanks guys!
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