Beautiful mini stitching for doll’s houses by my customers

Sometimes, my customers send me photos of the things they have completed from my range of needlepoint kits for doll’s houses – and I always love seeing how they have used the stitching, as it’s so inspiring!

One of my best customers is Margaret, who owns several doll’s houses, and is always busy making something or other for her houses. Here are some pictures of her latest house, which is a model based on the ‘Chester Rows’. She says, “The new house is the Chester shops from the Dolls House Builder. I was born near Chester and used to frequently shop on the Chester “Rows” before I moved to South Wales. As you can imagine, I could not resist this house. It was my winter project during 2012/13, but I went at it as though my life depended upon it!

Margaret's newest twelfth scale doll's house - isn't it fantastic?

Margaret’s newest twelfth scale doll’s house – isn’t it fantastic?

An Arts and Crafts style room, with a carpet (called 'Karen') from my range of kits, stitched on 18 count canvas with Appleton's wools

An Arts and Crafts style room, with a carpet (called ‘Karen’) from my range of kits, stitched on 18 count canvas with Appleton’s wools

A doll's house scale solicitor's office - the carpet is called 'Isobel', and is one of the kits I produce. Margaret adapted the design to make her own cushions and chair seats.

A doll’s house scale solicitor’s office – the carpet is called ‘Isobel’, and is one of the kits I produce. Margaret adapted the design to make her own cushions and chair seats.

Dominique is from France, and sent me this picture of her doll’s house dining chair (available as a kit with both the wooden pieces, and the stitching, to make). Rather than stain the wood a dark brown, she chose to do a painted ‘shabby chic’ version….isn’t it lovely?!

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More pictures from both of these talented stitchers can be found on the Customers’ Gallery page of my website, along with dozens more pictures from other stitchers – a great place to get inspiration for your next mini-stitching project.

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