Ive just finished the head for my first Waldorf doll, and I think hes going to be one homley fellow
I think, the next time you do a doll, try to make the head more round - like totally spherical - before you do the tying. That'll make the lead less elongated.....unless you are trying for a more "adult" look, in which case, the heads are just right! Also, I would make the eyes bigger - about 5 stitches both ways. That'll make 'em less squinty
Other than that.....GORGEOUS work! I gotta make myself a new sling one of these days.......
those slingfs (especially the butterfly one) is absolutely beautiful!
And I must say Esme is quite a work of art also.
The truest answer to violence is love. The truest answer to death is life. The only prevention for violence is for the heart to have no violence within it. We cannot prevent evil through any system devised by mankind. But we can grapple with evil and defeat it, but only with love—real love.
Am I missing something - how come I don't know anything about the dolls? I love your slings where did you get the jungle fabric? I just made myself one and it's just plain maroon because I couldn't find fabric that would be the same on both sides also where did you get the rings?
Kerrie Mama to DD 10 yo, DS 8 yo and DD 5
(I can't believe all the stuff I have in my favorites..)
I love your dolls. They are beautiful.
Lala....have you made any new dolls lately?? I'm trying to find the best place to get cotton interlock and I'm having a hard time finding it...any tips?? Ohhh, I am having a hard time getting ready to let go of the red-headed one