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Waldorf Handwork Educators Video Library

Learn new handwork skills
Watch at your own pace

Our ever growing video library is wonderful for anyone interested in learning new skills.
And, it is specially designed for Waldorf handwork teachers in public, private or homeschool settings. Find new inspiration and bring new skills to your handwork students today!

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Sock Knitting Series

In this series of 9 videos we will guide you stitch by stitch through making a traditional pair of socks, including the cuff and leg, heel flap, turning the heel, shaping the ankle gusset, completing the foot, decreasing for the toes, and closing with Kitchener stitch. Using the formula we provide, you can use exactly the same process for cozy worsted socks, or baby socks using fewer stitches.

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Doll Making Series

Learn step by step how to make a traditional “Waldorf” doll. Separate videos for each stage allow you to watch at your own pace. Whether you are making your first doll for a beloved child, or teaching a class of middle-schoolers, you will find these videos helpful, thought-provoking, and inspirational. Includes bonus videos for a simple star baby and a sack doll!

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Free Needle Felted Pumpkin

This free instructional video will walk you step by step though making your own festive Fall pumpkin. Make one or make a dozen and share them with friends. A perfect pocket size delight! This is a great one-day project for middle school students.

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Build up your wet felting skills from beginner to advanced with these 4 wonderful projects. Jam packed with problem solving, and classroom management tips!

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Hand Broom Making

Step by step instructional video will teach you how to make your own heirloom hand broom. From preparing your broom corn, to engaging your full body with the kick winder, and weaving the handle. This will be a broom to cherish for a lifetime.

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Natural Onion Skin Dye

Using red & yellow onion skins along with the methods we share for 3 simple after baths you will learn how to shift the pH and modify your colors to create literally dozens of different shades including pink, yellow, orange, brown, green, and black.

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These 4 extensive instructional videos will offer the background, techniques, and variations of these traditions from Europe, India, Mexico, and Japan. Includes 2 bonus videos. Join us as we stitch our way around the world!

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Dyeing with milk and tea is a great place to start for anyone who is interested in learning about natural dyes. There are no mordants or chemicals needed, no special equipment, just basic household items. This process really blurs the lines between painting and dyeing and leaves lots of room for creativity and design. 

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Natural Indigo Vat Dye

Complete with in depth written instructions as well as videos to walk you through each step of the process for a traditional spectralite / soda vat. In these videos we will teach you the 3 most important elements to ensure your indigo dyes true and lightfast for decades to come.

Handwork Curriculum

1st, 2nd & 3rd Grades

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