Crafting Waldorf Dolls

Written by on June 25, 2012 in Craft Basics with 2 Comments

Waldorf Dolls are little charmers that any child, girl or boy would love to have. These are based on the premise that children’s imaginations are stimulated better with simple toys. So these dolls are very gentle faces with minimal detail and simple modest clothes. For true Waldorf Dolls, only natural craft supplies are allowed. Nothing synthetic. Here you can learn to make Waldorf Dolls for your own children.

MamaBush has written a great article all about the patterns that you need to make Waldorf Dolls. She explains how the process is done, and what you need. But, don’t despair if you would like to try this new craft before investing in all the supplies and tools needed. There are some great kits available. Here is one that is a favorite. It includes everything you need to make the dolls pictured and uses only the natural supplies. Click on the image to get one.



You may not be a sewer, but still interested in getting Waldorf Dolls. Well, you are in luck! Several companies are making Waldorf Dolls. A German toy company named Kathy Kruse, has been making natural toys for 125 years and also make Waldorf Dolls. Master toy artisans make each doll by hand with great attention to important details that make these dolls so sturdy. Click on the image to see more about it and get one for yourself.



Your children, grandchildren, neices and nephews, and any child that you make a Waldorf Doll for will treasure it. These are the kind that will be saved for years to come.

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  1. Mandee Sears says:

    I have never heard of these Waldorf dolls! Thanks for the introduction. My mom (a seamstress) knew the name immediately. I’ll have to check these out!

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