www.rosewoodfarms.co.uk  – A small family run business in Yorkshire rearing cattle pigs and sheep in a sustainable and ecologically friendly way. The dolls stuffing wool comes from here.

www.organicpurewool.co.uk   – Based in Wales, supplying wool and yarn from organic rare breed sheep. I often use their yarn for doll hair.

www.fabrications1.co.uk – Shop and workshop space for creative types in Broadway Market, Hackney, London.

http://cobbledtogether.etsy.com  – Natural children’s wear and play things, plus some fashion accessories and home decor lovingly hand crafted by Brenna Jenson using upcycled and vintage material.

http://heretodayheretomorrowblog.wordpress.com – ‘Here Today, Here Tomorrow’ is a collaborative and experimental shop in Dalston that is used to make, showcase and sell sustainable fashion and accessories.

www.wood-knit-bee.com ‘promotes the benefits of natural materials derived from wood, wool and bees for health, lifestyle and education’ We met these guys as neighbouring stall holders at a fair and I could have taken half their stall home with me! Lovely bee and wood related stuff.

www.junomagazine.com Juno is a wonderful magazine that promotes a natural approach to family life

www.stpaulssteinerschool.org  – Steiner school in London. Several of the kindergarten staff have come to our doll making workshops. I have also enjoyed making dolls with the class 6 students in their handwork lessons.