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Dolls House Do-It-Yourself: Curtains (Dolls House Do-It-Yourself) (2004)

by Sue Heaser

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Great ideas for miniature curtains not to mention rods to hang them on and curtain hardware. The author is very aware of the problems of sewing small pieces of fabric and introduces a lot of glue into the process. The only thing I thought was lacking was a discussion of fabric pattern size in the doll house environment, but them, perhaps, that is largely a matter of taste. ( )
  aulsmith | Jan 17, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0715318527, Paperback)

Create life-like curtains and window dressings for dolls? houses of every period and style. From curtains, blinds and drapes, to pelmets, tiebacks and valances, everything you need to create inspirational window dressings for our dolls? house is included here. Over 25 step-by-step projects show how to make a variety of window treatments. Further variation ideas, illustrated in color, allow you to adapt many of the projects to suit your dolls? house. A section on the basic tools and equipment used offers practical guidance on choosing fabrics and miniature haberdashery such as silks, cords, fringes and trimmings. Essential techniques such as making a pattern, fabric pleating and making tassels and cords are included and guidance on installing your finished project is also covered. Easy-to-use templates are provided where necessary, and inspirational color photographs show the finished curtains displayed in situ.

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