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TINY waldorf dolls are easy and fast to make. These two took one afternoon -- and an evening. The hair took the longest time as I had to hook each strand onto the cap I crocheted. I also separated the yarn into three strands for the second doll, because I like the "wiry" effect. But the best part was styling it. You can try all sorts of things -- braiding, tying bows, hair bands.

I crocheted tiny pouches for the body and stuffed them really well so that there is a small belly. Then I stitched the illusion of legs and hands.


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