INFO/PRICES
IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
MANY SCAM WEBSITES ARE OFFERING WALDORF DOLLS. 
They have stolen photos of various doll artists.You find my dolls on some of them too. I only sell dolls on this website.
If you buy a doll through them, you will either get a cheap doll, or nothing.
Please go to my blog for more information HERE
You can see the list of names these sites have been using, on my home page HERE

 

Where can I buy one of your dolls

 

 

All of my dolls that I make for sale are posted here on my website on this page HERE

A couple of days before they are up for sale, I  post pictures of them on my InstagramFacebook, and Flickr pages.  You can follow my work on these pages. When I have a doll that is available to buy I also send out a Newsletter. You can subscribe for Newsletter HERE.

I take only 3 or 4  custom orders every year to leave enough space to make my own creations, therefore I can not guarantee  that I  have space for a custom order for you.

 

Unfortunately, I can not take any more custom orders for a while!

If you are crafty, you could get one of my DOLL MAKING TUTORIALS  and create a dolly. I have READY MADE DRESSES available to purchase to dress your doll.

 
 

 

 

 

 

How do I order a doll?

 

Unfortunately, I can not take any more  custom orders for a while. However, I am planning to create a couple of dolls available to buy before Christmas, so please follow my Facebook or Instagram pages or Subscribe if you wish to know when they become available.  

Once a doll becomes available I post information.  At this stage I allow for about 24 hours for people who wish to adopt my doll, to get in touch with me. If I have more than one person interested, I select  the name of the mum by doing a draw, and the happy mum is sent the PayPal invoice. I do it this way to give a chance to people in various time zones. 

 

 

 

How much do they cost?


Traditional Waldorf dolls with yarn hair cost £340- £420 depending on how much clothes they have, how big they are and what I use for hair.

When I use yarn for hair, it takes longer to make dolls with straight hair than with curly hair, so the ones with straight hair are a bit more expensive.

The basic price you see below includes one dress and underpants with the doll. The baby doll would come with a nappy and a romper.

Additional clothes, knitted or leather booties or a jacket can be available for an additional charge.

 

 14" Traditional dolls with yarn hair from  £340(curly), from £370 (straight)

16" Traditional dolls with yarn hair from  £380(curly), from £420 (straight)

15" Traditional Baby Waldorf doll  from £440 (brushed mohair yarn hair, straight)

13.5" Traditional baby Waldorf doll from £400 (brushed mohair yarn hair, straight)

Art dolls with sculpted faces and legs, and the hair made using animal hair:

12" from £650

14-15" from £720

16-17" from £ 820 

The prices of art dolls depend on what I use for hair and how much clothes the doll has.

I can make a doll with traditional face and hair made using animal hair, like alpaca hair, mohair or curly Wensleydale

locks or other sheep's wool. If I use Animal fibre for hair instead of yarn, your doll will be £60-90 more depending on what I use for hair.

If I add weight to a doll it is an additional £25. I normally use glass beads for weight.

You can see pictures of my recent work on Flickr or on Instagram .

 

Where are you located?

 I am located in the United Kingdom. My dolls are posted from near the Welsh border from a small town called Hereford.

 

What are your dolls made of?

 

My dolls are all handcrafted using entirely natural

materials.

 

For my more traditional Waldorf dolls the hair can be

made of mohair boucle yarn( curly hair )or brushed

mohair yarn(straight hair) that are designed for doll

making.

 

Sometimes I also use animal fibres for creating hair for

my dolls with more traditional faces. 

 

For my natural fibre art dolls, I use animal fibres or

brushed mohair yarn crocheted into a cap. The animal

fibres I make into a weft and then into a wig. This is a

lengthy, time consuming process.   For this, I normally

use  Alpaca hair, angora mohair Pickwick wool or

Teeswater locks.

 

Some dolls that have wefted hair are not suitable for

little hands, they are more suitable for older children (

from the age of 7 ) or as a collectable item. 

 

The outer fabric of my more traditional Waldorf dolls consists of good quality, strong  cotton Swiss stockinet to make them last for a long time.

This fabric is designed for doll making. It has OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 class 1 certificate. The Swiss stockinet comes in various skin tones. 

For my organic dolls, I use GOTS tested organic jersey. This I only have in a pale skin tone. For my art dolls I sometimes use Witte Engel Skin Fabric.

 

Inside, my dolls are filled with sheep's wool which makes these lovely dolls warm and soft.

For special requests, I can use organic wool for filling the doll.

 

Most of my traditional Waldorf dolls have a nose, (which is not how a Waldorf doll is originally made) as most of the time people

request this if they are given the choice. However, I can make the dolls with a more simple face without a nose as well.

 

The basic outfit for my dolls is a dress or top, and underpants and trousers or bloomer. You may order additional dresses  HERE.

They are ready made and can be posted in a day or two.

 

The eyes and the mouth of the dolls are embroidered using cotton embroidery floss. Mostly I use DMC.

 

Thank you!

 

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