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The Dollhouse Furnishings Book Offers Miniature Enthusiasts Easy-to Follow Instructions In The Techniques Of Woodworking & Sewing For Small Projects - Plus Clear Step By Step Instructions, Patterns & Diagrams For 44 Exquisite Miniature Projects In Styles Ranging From Country To Contemporary.
Learn To Make: Beds, Beddings, Quilts, Pillows, Night Stands, Covered Headboards, Rugs, Drapes, Shower Curtains And Much More
Complete Instructions With Metric Conversion Chart.
Dozens Of Diagrams; Many Black & White photographs With Color Illustrations On All 4 Covers
Dover Publication (1984) 8 1/4" x 11 Paperbound

Build Your Own Inexpensive Dollhouse by E.J. Tangerman Offers Instructions For Constructing A Basic Dollhouse, With Design Options, For The Reader With No Carpentry Skills.
Anyone Can Build A Dollhouse With Just Six Basic Tools (Folding Rule, Square, Saber Saw, Rasp, Sander And Hammer) Plus A Single Sheet Of Plywood. This Easy-To-Follow Guide Presents Instructions And Tips, Plus Over 40 Diagrams And Photographs.
Finished Model Measures 36 1/2" x 26", With 6 Rooms, Staircase, Windows, And Front Door.
Dover Publication (1977) 8 ΒΌ" x 11 Paperbound.

Both Books Are Brand New, Never Been Used!
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Overview

  • Vintage Supply from the 1970s
  • Materials: Paper, Books
  • Feedback: 361 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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