I am greatly inspired by many artists who create from their own home studios. Many of them being creators of Waldorf inspired dolls. I myself am a collector of these beautiful beings, made from all natural materials. Over time I have found myself wanting to create simple looking dolls that remind me of the look of the dolls I collect and love so much.
I first created Hally: She was the first of my doll creations. I am quite taken with small wool knits and tiny detailed footware. I love short hair and curls. This is how Hally was born. Hally stands 8″ tall and she has wire in her legs and arms. She is also fully jointed. Hally has moved to her new home now.
She is an all wool doll, created entirely by needle felting. She stands 9.5″. Her arms and legs have wire inside and she’s fully jointed. She has skinny limbs and a chubby belly 🙂 She has beautiful auburn teeswater curls. Pepper can be posed. Her clothes and boots come off. Tied in her hair is a sweet piece of gauze cotton material that has hearts as a design. I find myself to be a bit of a detail junkie. The pink cowl was crocheted by Turtlekeeper Designs. I have sewn a wooden button on to keep it closed around her. The wool romper is knitted and I am uncertain who made it! I purchased this romper from a friend who no longer needed it for her dolls. Pepper is complete with brown leather lace up boots. Wearing them ensures she can stand on her own. Pepper has a pink smile and rosey cheeks. Her eyes are glass beads and she is complete with some freckles too!
There’s no telling how many dolls I will be creating. I tend to do what my heart tells me. Soon Pepper will be looking for a home 🙂 She will be found in my Etsy shop: Click here to go to my Etsy shop