Monthly Archives: March 2014

29. March 2014

Little Gnome

 One lit­tle gnome…

Waldorf inspired little gnome by Atelier Lavendel

 A Lit­tle Wal­dorf gnome, soft and cud­dly, stand­ing 5″ (15cm).
He is safe for any ages, made with durable doll mak­ing cot­ton jer­sey
and cot­ton veloure, stuffed with eco-wool.
His bright blue eyes and tiny mounth are hand embroy­dered,
his rosy cheeks are coloured with a nat­ur­al bees wax cray­on.

27. March 2014

Sunny Elf

  Meet a lit­tle Sun­ny Elf, a 5″  hand­craft­ed doll by Ate­lier Laven­del.
This Sun­ny Elf is made with cot­ton, wool and  doll mak­ing cot­ton jer­sey.
His red hat is wool/silk, his hair is mohair.
Quite a hon­ey , he is, don´t you think?..

handcrafted doll by Atelier Lavendel

22. March 2014

Tiny Dolls: Almost There

 Hap­py Spring to every­one!
First spring flow­ers in our gar­den, the sun is shin­ing, the spir­its are high — and
some more all nat­ur­al tiny dolls  for tiny  hands are on the way.
More pic­tures  next days!
With sun­ny Regards,

Atelier Lavendel Designs

10. March 2014

Ann and her Little Bunny

Here is Ann. A dream­er.
Her favorit col­ors are white and orange. She likes green also: it is
like the fresh grass and the first flow­ers under the bright sun­shine
dur­ing  the the spring time, she sais.

natural dolls handmade by Atelier Lavendel

natural dolls handmade by Atelier Lavendel

natural dolls handmade by Atelier Lavendel
Ann stands 11″ (30 cm). An Ate­lier Laven­del all nat­ur­al doll.
Her blonde hair is tibetan lamb skin. Her green jaket is wool fleece, her hat — wool/silk, her pants — organ­ic cot­ton, the white dress — cot­ton jer­sey and linen. Cro­cheted shoes are of sun­ny orange wool, her scarf and hand warm­ers are soft­est  moos green mohair.
Her lit­tle friend, the White Bun­ny is hand cro­cheted of white wool.
All clothes can be removed. Rec­om­mend­ed for chil­dren 6+.

3. March 2014

A Tiny Doll Face

One day a tiny doll face seems to be peep­ing out of the mys­te­rios world of dreams and fairy tales. Only for a moment. Look!.. But it does not want to show itself com­plete­ly.
Not yet… Not now. We have to wait… And then, all of a sud­den,
like a sweet bud of a beau­ti­ful flower, it gets open.
You can see her! “I am Ann”, she says…
And here she is!

OOAK cloth doll by Atelier Lavendel