Swap-bot Time: February 17, 2019 5:55 pm

restock your waldorf stash

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Group:wild waldorf
Swap Coordinator:maltagirl (contact)
Swap categories: Challenges  Nature  Craft Supplies 
Number of people in swap:6
Last day to signup/drop:January 31, 2009
Date items must be sent by:February 15, 2009
Number of swap partners:1

happy new year to you all and thank you for being a part of such a dynamic group of women!

For this swap we will help each other re-stock our stash! Please post below in the comments, what kind of waldorf projects you like to make.

Some Ideas: embroidery floss felt roving felting needles/sewing needles new needle case felted wool sweaters stuffing yarn pine cones acorns (these are a hot commodity here in CA) teasels doll skin unfinished wood pieces interesting nature bits knitting needles in a certain size!

Please also include in your package a pattern or two for things you make. We all love the patterns:) Don't worry about whether your partner works in the particular medium, it can be used for inspiration if nothing else.

please create a box that will make them squeal upon opening:)


maltagirl 12/17/2008 #

thanks for signing on bean! it is a bit lonely in here at the moment:)

wooleyduck 12/26/2008 #

This is going on my watchlist and will be added soon. This sounds wonderful.

PhaedraPhoenix 01/11/2009 #


Well although 'm pretty well stocked I get bored with the sma eld stash! I'm always looking for some inspiration and patterns to play with so anything is fine!!!

lovestitches 01/14/2009 #

This is a wonderful swap! I'm just getting started with Waldorf crafts and have a pretty pathetic stash! I'm planning to make a Waldorf dolls soon though.

maltagirl 01/17/2009 #

i have a crazy array of stuff, but I too, get bored with it all. I love to knit, felt, play with wax, anything really. Patterns would be lovely!

thanks everyone for signing on!

Saulute 01/28/2009 #

It will be fun! I do a lot of felting, made one waldorf doll- the boy, and now I got another kit to make a girl. I would love to make peg people for my son't birthday ring.

wooleyduck 01/30/2009 #

I can't sew but I would love to learn how. Otherwise, pretty much anything goes. I spin, needlefelt, embroider, knit... I don't really have any need for unfinished wood unless it's an interesting shape, so no plain wood blocks pretty please. Looking forward to this!

freespirit66 01/31/2009 #

I have been doing a lot of embroidery/sewing work recently using wool felt (small toys/animals, felt food). I also needlefelt and cross-stitch. Can do a few basic crochet stitches, but don't have a clue about knitting. We enjoy creating interactive elements for our nature table. Always enjoy patterns for felt food and small animals. Thanks!

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