Dolls' House October sneak peek
2 September 2015
The weather is on the turn and we are getting ready for autumn with warming miniatures fit for a harvest day. Projects include warming apple and blackberry pie, harvest vegetables, Aran jumpers and a rather cute duffel coat (plus lots more). To inspire us, we’ve taken a look inside a 1:12 scale American 1920s home complete with produce stall and colourful leaves. We also have an exclusive interview with the IGMA artisan behind Crown Jewel Miniatures, who tells us why she went into miniature making in the first place. Plus, we show you how to reupholster an old armchair, we’ve got tons of prizes to win, all the latest reviews and more inspiration than you’ll know what to do with! The issue also comes with a free 16-page supplement full of advice on how to build your own dolls’ house.
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Above: Unisex Aran jumpers project by Frances Powell
Above: interview with IGMA artisan Robin Brady-Boxwell of Crown Jewel Miniatures
Above: Blackberry pie project by Kelly Murdie
Above: Explore this 1:12 scale harvest home
Above: Fresh harvest bounty project by Lynn Allingham
Above: How to reupholster an armchair. Technique by Natalie Clegg