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by Maricristin Sealey

eBook Making Waldorf Dolls: Creative Doll-Making with Children (Crafts and family Activities) download ISBN: 1903458587
Author: Maricristin Sealey
Publisher: Hawthorn Press; 2nd edition (August 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 160
ePub: 1174 kb
Fb2: 1508 kb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: lrf lit mbr doc
Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Crafts and Hobbies

This book also has a jointed "doll" body. It's easy to understand and if you follow her instructions you can create a decent looking Waldorf doll.

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Making Waldorf Dolls. Crafts and Family Activities. Maricristin Sealey is a professional doll maker, who has many years' experience of teaching people how to make dolls. By (author) Maricristin Sealey. Making Woodland Crafts: Book one. Patrick Harrison. Her dolls draw on a rich variety of European traditions.

This comprehensive, well illustrated book will give even the most nervous beginner the confidence to produce a unique, handcrafted toy from natural materials. Once you have mastered the basic baby dolls, you can progress to a more ambitious limbed or jointed doll.

Making Waldorf Dolls book. I recommend it for a good basic introduction to doll making with practical advice just pen and ink hand drawings of how to make on. .

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Making Waldorf Dolls: Creative Doll-Making with Children (Crafts and family Activities). diy model kits and a handmade toy】this wood model kits will make you fall in love with arts and crafts and become fulfilled

Making Waldorf Dolls: Creative Doll-Making with Children (Crafts and family Activities). diy model kits and a handmade toy】this wood model kits will make you fall in love with arts and crafts and become fulfilled. inside the furniture suite are easy to stitching, even if you are a beginner, follow the steps to do it will not be too hard. you can give yourself a plan, spend two hours a day to assemble, stick.

It is a beautiful thing, says Maricristin Sealey, "to craft a doll with your own hands, sew it together with love, then make a gift of it to your child with the words, 'I made this for you!'" This comprehensive, well-illustrated book will give even the most nervous beginner the confidence to produce a unique, handcrafted toy from natural materials. Once you have mastered the basic baby dolls, you can progress to the more ambitious limbed and jointed dolls. Includes: ten designs including soft, baggy, pouch, angel, sack and limbed dolls instructions for knitted, sewn and embroidered hairstyles, lots of patterns for dolls' clothes and accessories help with tools, techniques and materials ideas for recycling clothing for dollmaking and where to get materials This new edition is published with a completely revised resource list.“A comprehensive guide to doll-making. The best instructions for doing hair styles that I have seen.” ―Judy Quick, handwork teacher “Maricristin's book is a fine source for the beginner doll maker. It is a valuable primer, full of practical tips, simple designs and clear, easy to follow instructions.” ―Sara MacDonald, Magic Cabin Dolls Company
Comments: (7)
Weiehan
I wasn't very happy with the way this book was illustrated. I had hoped to see actual projects in progress but the pictures are hand drawn. I'll keep it because I basically collect doll crafting books.
Zinnthi
Yes, with this book you can make some very cute dolls, but bring your imaginations with you because the drawings, as cute as they might be, aren't as useful as they could have been. They are too sketchy and fuzzy. Having said that, the directions are spot on clear so if you are a good reader, you are ok. It is a very useful book for any doll maker, experienced or not.
Swiang
A great purchase! I am creating my third doll from the book. The illustrations and instructions are good. I prefer color how-to instructions using photographs. I also have a lot of sewing experience, not sure how easy the instructions would be for someone that has never held a needle. That said, I really love the book and want to make all the dolls!
Kefrannan
This was a book used by a master doll maker as I attended a series of classes on making Waldorf Dolls so I had a chance to look at it before I bought it. It covers all the basics from sculpting the inner head to creating clothes, including patterns. It is fully illustrated and the directions are easy to follow and has suggestions for pacing, from small projects to more involved ones. Craft books tend to have only a few useful patterns or bits of information and I do not usually spend $27 on a paperback craft book, but this was well worth the money. All the instruction is valuable and I will no doubt refer to it again and again.
Mora
This has everythig you could want to know about making waldorf dolls (except for the nose). It must have at least 15 different variations on the waldorf doll. Different sizes, shapes and just so many wonderful ideas. I have spent hours reading and re-reading all the wonderful dolls to make!
Phain
For me this book did not teach me anything new from what I could find on the internet. I was disappointed with it for my level of sewing. I gave it to my daughter and she found it useful, I gave it four stars bc the pictures were so roughly drawn they are a bit confusing. For an novice this would be a good book. But I suggest going on the internet to get this information.
Phenade
I think this book is the same as the author's earlier title, Kinder Dolls (something like that) and the "used book" prices on that earlier title have been inflated too high. "Making Waldorf Dolls" is expensive at $30 yet a bit more cheaply made in that it has no color photographs. No matter, I have to say this is a great! book with wonderful patterns, S-M-L size bodies, very clear drawings and instructions, how-to(s) for hair. This book also has a jointed "doll" body. If you're looking for a jointed "baby" body, that is in the book "Baby Dolls and Their Clothes" by Valeria Ferrari (also an excellent book) but I have to say that Making Waldorf dolls is better because the patterns are MUCH! easier. This book is my favorite of 5-6 sock doll books I own.
I had already made a few dolls when I bought this book by using tutorials on the internet, but I went ahead and ordered this because I wanted something tangible that I could refer to anytime. It's easy to understand and if you follow her instructions you can create a decent looking Waldorf doll. There are other methods of sewing certain things (eg. head attachment, shaped feet, etc.) that are not shown here. Also, the instructions for a button-jointed doll are not given. The pictures are lacking and for some reason it really bugs me that there aren't actual photos of the doll-making process and whatnot in the book. Also, the patterns must be scanned/printed by you, and there aren't patterns for everything in the book, the author just kind of says do this or that and you'll figure it out. I like this book all right, but I don't love it. The best thing is to just jump right in, start making the doll, follow this book as best you can and also consult other books or the internet if needed.