The Handwork teacher

I am a mother to two beautiful girls and I teach Handwork and Fine Arts in our local waldorf charter school in Arizona.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

supply list for Handwork

supply source
since I am doing lots of ordering right now I will share some places to order waldorf Handwork supplies

If you have anything to add, just let me know and I will add it to the list....thank you to those who added already

1) brown sheep for yarn...I like bulky because when you make animals and you stuff them it does not show as much. worsted is thin and can show the get further faster with the bulky as well

2) earth guild for plant dyes.....and there is the place in england that I got a bunch of stuff but I can't remember the name at the moment.

3) for cross stitch stuff.

4) dowels for knitting needles

5) darma trading for silk and cotton/ hemp material for handwork bags

6) bamboo and metal crochet hooks from joann fabrics size G or H

7) roving and doll supplies

8) wool batting and roving. they only do phone orders...there is no web site....$5.85 per pound! West Earl Woollen Mill, Ephrata PA 717/859-2241

9) for knitting and crochet. They are fast, inexpensive and producers.


Nadja Lazar said...

I recommend for knitting and crochet. They are fast, inexpensive and producers.

And thank you for all your help and ideas. Nadja

Tan Family said...

Wonderful links and resources! Thank you...this is very helpful. :)

Tahara said...

Thanks for this info!...

Cadi said...

It feels like it's been forever since I've peeked in. I love all your posts. Thank you for sharing so generously your talent & insights. Much love, Cadi

Josephine said...

Where did you but the dye-able yarn?

D.J. Moore said...

Would you be willing to share the knot doll pattern that you mentioned you learned at Sunbridge?