These beautiful Waldorf inspired dolls are made by the Q’ewar Project, Peru. Since 2002 this project has been a social and economic initiative working with the indigenous women living in the peasant rural community of Q’ewar, in a small town outside Cuzco, called Andahuaylillas. Q’ewar produces items of quality, using only natural materials, handmade. By providing open, bright and comfortable workshops where the beautiful handcrafted dolls, doll clothing and other articles are created, Q’ewar has created an atmosphere which fosters self-esteem, personal growth and a way to gain economic independence through learning life skills in a community setting. Purchasing one of the dolls supports the Q'ewar project and each dolls will be loved and be part of the family for all generations.