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18 January

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    Jan 18, 2010, 03.00 PMby kosmika

    Thanks! :) I still don’t know if the dress fits or not… finger crossed!

14 January

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    Jan 14, 2010, 03.23 PMby susisonne

    Hey, thank you for your comment on my pants. Don’t hesitate to try sewing pants. If you buy a cheap fabric, you do not have to be afraid. It is not that difficult. Just follow the instructions, good luck!

13 January

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    Jan 13, 2010, 09.49 PMby sewella

    A huge THANK YOU on the lovely comment you left for me!!

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      Jan 14, 2010, 02.48 PMby janul


3 January

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    Jan 3, 2010, 06.39 PMby damianadesigns

    Autumn is about 15 inches tall and is extremely huggable! I recommend the book “Making Waldorf Dolls” for really simple to follow instructions on the process.

    Thanks for the sweet comment!

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      Jan 3, 2010, 06.43 PMby janul

      I´ve already made one, but I like yours better :). When I have some time I want to try it again… :)

16 December

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    Dec 16, 2009, 04.08 PMby sewella

    Oh Jana, you are too kind!! Thank you!

10 November

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    Nov 10, 2009, 12.16 PMby carottesauvage

    Hello Jana! Your profile picture enticed me to look at your creations and description and I going through them, I thought ‘oooh, someone I would love to have as a friend’ Your painted portrait is amazing. Best!

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      Nov 10, 2009, 01.44 PMby janul

      Thank you! Actually, I paint more than I sew… Unfortunatelly, at the moment I don´t have time for anything besides the writing and studying for the school…

9 November

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    Nov 9, 2009, 10.19 AMby korrie42

    I love your doll … I’m making one at the moment, but cannot get the hair done. How did you do this?

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      Nov 10, 2009, 11.02 AMby janul

      I´m not sure I can explain this in English… I had tutorial with pictures when making the doll… But I´ll try when I have some time in the evening :).

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      Nov 10, 2009, 10.28 PMby janul

      At first I sewed the woolen threads tightly to head – like you would do when making one pony tail.
      After the head was covered, I took a looong thread of the wool and made many long (as I wanted long hair) loops (eyes), always tying them to the head, so they would sit firmly on the head. I started in the middle of the head and made circles (spirals) to the head´s edge. There has to be quite a lot of these loops, so it takes a lot of time. I used double thread. In the end, you cut the ends of the loops in the middle, in order to have separate hair.
      I tried to find some online tutorial, but didn´t find what I wanted…