This book needs to go on the wish list of all Waldorf-inspired parents and early childhood educators, as well as anyone who just loves to craft cute things.—Amber Greene
Based on the success of her first book, Making Peg Dolls, Margaret Bloom’s new book introduces us to a range of projects to keep little (as well as the not-so-little) hands busy. From simple peg doll necklaces, moving mobiles and fantastical flying creatures, to pin cushions, herbal dream pillows and nature gathering bags, this series of delightful craft projects will bring together and inspire all the family in the act of making as well as playing and living creatively.
- 15 designs and patterns for toys and crafts to engage children in the process of making, playing and storytelling
- Easy to follow step-by-step instructions for experienced and novice crafters alike.
- Full colour illustrations and beautiful photography throughout.
- A range of family-friendly projects, some to complete within an hour, others to fill a long weekend.
“Exactly the sort of toys that are perfect for parents to be willing to try their hand at … Toys with true gestures. Perfect to enhance creative imagination and play.” —Sharifa Oppenheimer (US), author of Heaven on Earth: A handbook for parents of young children
Margaret Bloom lives with her family in a little cottage beneath the great oak trees of Northern California. She has a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology, has worked as a professional puppeteer and she loves making peg dolls with her children. It gives her the greatest joy to inspire children and families everywhere to create, to play and to dream.
Find out more about Margaret and Making Peg Dolls & More at her blog We bloom here.