Following her previous title, "Build a Doll's House", the author demonstrates how to fill it with miniature furnishings. Varying in style and difficulty, projects include soft furnishings, doll's clothing, toys, books, flowers, food, furniture and china. Expert tips and techniques are included.
Following her previous title, "Build a Doll's House", the author demonstrates how to make all the miniature furnishings for it. Varying in style and difficulty, the projects feature tips and techniques from leading craftsmen and women in each speciality. With the help of step-by-step instructions and detailed diagrams, readers are taught to make a wide range of furnishings such as, chairs, tables, miniature woodturning, linen, patchwork, bedding, bread, fruit, cakes, copper pots and pans, teddy bears, dolls, books, lamps and lights, carpets and rugs, china and glass, clothes, hats and shoes, garden plants, benches and tools.
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