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    Default Has anyone finished their Waldorf dolls?

    I am sad to say I haven't even started. There was no way I could find the time before Christmas and now I am sort of intimidated by it. I'd like to have it for DD's third birthday in May. Should I start now?

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    Haven't started either Keep meaning to, but.... Oh, I need to get the ball-tip needles still, I think

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    How pathetic am I? I ordered the pre-made head and pre-sewn body to give me a start and it's still in the bag It's not as though there's a ton left to do either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilkyMama View Post
    How pathetic am I? I ordered the pre-made head and pre-sewn body to give me a start and it's still in the bag It's not as though there's a ton left to do either.

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    Oh no, I am just as pathetic. I didn't mention I also ordered the pre-sewn limbs and pre-made head did I? It's the crochet hook and boucle yarn for the hair that has me wondering...

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    I have the premade head, just not the presewn body. The body doesn't look bad. The instructions are a bit confusing for the hair. I can handle crochet okay, but getting the strands out sounds confusing. Maybe we should get together sometime (okay, maybe a bit to far for you MilkyMama!) and work on them We could put the kids in one room and let them run wild while we work on their dolls... hehehe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lhastie View Post
    I have the premade head, just not the presewn body. The body doesn't look bad. The instructions are a bit confusing for the hair. I can handle crochet okay, but getting the strands out sounds confusing. Maybe we should get together sometime (okay, maybe a bit to far for you MilkyMama!) and work on them We could put the kids in one room and let them run wild while we work on their dolls... hehehe!

    Sounds like a FAB idea to me! I'm in town often enough and it seems you ladies aren't in a *rush* to get things done (just my type)

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