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Show Off Time

When Waldorf inspired baby pattern was presented to you few weeks ago I’ve made a promise to show you some of the works form ladies that have helped testing the pattern long before you saw it. For that reason I feel honored to show and share their work, and this is little something I can do to thank them for their time and kind help.

Aimee Grace by Amanda Pinkie Crawford

Aimee Grace by Amanda Pinkie Crawford collageMatilda by Araceliz Alvira

Matilda by Araceliz Alvira

Brenda Kools Underwood

Brenda Kools Underwood

Cynthia Chiu

for more photos on how Cynthia made her baby press the  here

Cynthia Chiu‎

Fernanda Risseto Delfino Candeo

more of her work you can find on her lovely blog

Fernanda Risseto Delfino Candeo

Jeanne Chambers LeMoine‎

Jeanne Chambers LeMoine‎

Ballerina Baby by Susan Surane Melcher

For Susan’s FB page find info and photos here


Ballerina Baby by Susan Surane Melcher

And Nordic baby girl Kraka by Ingrid Friis Rafn

Nordic babygirl Kraka by Ingrid Friis Rafn

Thank you dear ladies for all your help on this pattern.

I am really lucky to have such a wonderful friends.

Great and wonderful work done by all of you.

Waldorf Baby FB group testing

27 thoughts on “Show Off Time

  1. Thank you for showcasing our dolls! You are such a wonderful person.

  2. Hi, the dolls are beautiful !!!!
    Where can I find the written pattern (if possible in English) of Cynthia Chiu’s doll (in the pink).

    1. These are all dolls made from various friends and they all used Waldorf inspired baby pattern.

  3. I love all of your patterns and when I seen this pattern, I instantly wanted to make one. So, I did and gave her to my mom for Mother’s Day. She loved her. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful pattern. This is the doll I made:

    1. doll is gorgeous!!!! Absolutely gorgeous!!!
      Thank you for sending me link and showing me photos! 😀

  4. Bellissime, brave tutte

    1. grazie 🙂

  5. These dolls are so cute. Are there patterns for them? Thank-you for reading this.

    1. Yes, there is a pattern. Called Waldorf baby. You can find it through Free Patterns page.

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