I made a doll for Goblin.
Its a Waldorf doll, or at least its based on the principles used to make Waldorf dolls. (I think the actual term is trademarked). The principles according to 'the interwebs' are that "the doll is intentionally simple in appearance in order to allow the child playing with it to improve or strengthen imagination and creativity. It has no facial expression and its legs and arms are flexible to allow natural postures".
I found a great tutorial for a Waldorf doll's head on The Silver Penny. But I didn't want the doll to have a baby's body, so I used the body instructions from Echoes of a Dream.
I used carded wool from World of wool to stuff the doll. And I found the jersey fabric at Fabrics and Wool on ebay.
Top Tip: What ever you do, if you are looking for jersey material for a Waldorf doll, don't search under Waldorf doll making. The shops I found online selling flesh coloured jersey material specifically for doll making seemed to be marked up at three times the price of generic beige jersey material.
I didn't take loads of photos while I was making it, but here are a few.
Look how much the legs grew!
Crafty Sheep. I didn't follow it religiously because I used 5 point yarn which is so thick that I only needed one layer. I made it really long and then trimmed it up after I'd stitched it on.
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