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Bavarian Crochet

Got a little caught up on crocheting dollhouse afghans (not really, but close enough), so I decided to try my hand at Bavarian crochet. I bought the book last summer, but didn’t really have any time to give it a … Continue reading

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Moulin Rouge in Miniature

This is a link to a blog about a person doing the Moulin Rouge in miniature: http://myminiskb.blogspot.ca/ She has some stunning work in her pictures.  I especially like the outfits of the can can dancers.  I’m a sucker for ruffles.  I … Continue reading

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Miniature Tools

Found a website that has miniature tools.  The kicker is that the tools actually work!  The scissors cut paper and the vise holds objects: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2135670/Artist-Dimitri-Okhotsky-makes-incredible-micro-models-work-just-like-originals.html Very, very neat.  The eye to detail would have to be incredible to get them … Continue reading

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Working Miniature Laptop

As I’ve mentioned in a previous post, I have a great deal of respect for anyone that can do working lighting or electronics in miniature.  I’m not sure that I would attempt wiring in the real world scale, much less … Continue reading

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Bonsai Treehouses

I was checking out a dollhouse miniature forum when I came across this website:  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2012/02/bonsai-tree-houses-by-takanori-aiba/ The amount of detail that has gone into the structures is incredible.  I especially like the lighthouse that he did.  It reminds me of some of … Continue reading

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