Hi Shelley...What six doll is that?...I love the knits on the doll, did you make all of them?
I meant to say what size doll is that :-)
tahara - this waldorf doll is 15 inches tall. some of the items she is wearing were knit by others, some were knit by me. i plan on offering a lot more knit doll clothes and accessories after the holidays. :)
Shelley!It's such a pleasure to read your Blog. Every time I visit I feel like I am coming home.Thanks so much.Maike
That would be great Shelley :-)...I have three boys but we still take care of our dolls!
reading your blog is a calm spot in my day.
Dear Shelley, your blog is very inspiring and peaceful. And your work is truly beautiful! For now, I'm only able to knit a scarf but...at least, I have the same doll for my daughter! So maybe, one day, I'll be able to knit a nice sweater for her and her doll... Who knows? ;-)
I love !!!
i love the yarn,as you knew i would!! those colors look so warm and beautiful on her. are we seeing another glimpse of miss maya's room in the 1st pic?<3
thanks, everyone!nicole - ah yes, that's another glimpse of maya's room. i promise to do a post on just her room one of these days. :)
Gorgeous. I've got to make some things for my bub's dolls. It's on the plans!
gorgeous colors and textures! I can't wait to get my daughter's goodies from you shelley♥
Oh I love the doll knits! I have to try that. Blessings.
awww! love these! look at those cute dollies!!!
What beautiful colors and textures. you are truly gifted. For you, or any of your readers, I have bags full of soft, uncombed alpaca fiber from our last shearing. I would barter fiber for your own use, in exchange for clothes for our 15 or 16 in Waldorf dolls; I will also provide the yarn for project. I have the desire, and the materials, but cannot knit!peace for these last days of Advent.
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