Ingeborg Krebs' Profile

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My name is Ingeborg Krebs and I am the owner of "Inge's Minis" shop. I live with my husband on a small farm in Oregon. We raise sheep and alpacas for their wool and fiber. We do most of the processing ourselves including growing the plants for dyeing (http://www.timberwolffarm.com,http://www.timberwolfwool.etsy.com)). We are selling at the Eugene Saturday Market almost every Saturday from April til November.
This shop however is all about miniatures. You will find furniture and accessories for your doll house in 1 inch scale (1 inch in miniature corresponds to 12 inch in "real Life" or 1/12 scale). Everything is made by me. The techniques I am using include woodworking, counted cross stitch, macrame, bobbin lace, weaving, basket weaving. For my work in bobbin lace I earned the status of Artisan in the International Guild of Miniature Artisans (IGMA).
As I am making Minis all the time please visit again…

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  • Female
  • Born on October 29
  • Joined March 27, 2011

Favorite materials

wood, wool, cotton, linen

About

My name is Ingeborg Krebs and I am the owner of "Inge's Minis" shop. I live with my husband on a small farm in Oregon. We raise sheep and alpacas for their wool and fiber. We do most of the processing ourselves including growing the plants for dyeing (http://www.timberwolffarm.com,http://www.timberwolfwool.etsy.com)). We are selling at the Eugene Saturday Market almost every Saturday from April til November.
This shop however is all about miniatures. You will find furniture and accessories for your doll house in 1 inch scale (1 inch in miniature corresponds to 12 inch in "real Life" or 1/12 scale). Everything is made by me. The techniques I am using include woodworking, counted cross stitch, macrame, bobbin lace, weaving, basket weaving. For my work in bobbin lace I earned the status of Artisan in the International Guild of Miniature Artisans (IGMA).
As I am making Minis all the time please visit again soon. Thank you!

You can find an interview about my work at this link:
www.dearedna.com/2012/03/meet-your-maker-ingeborg-krebs.html
Edna McIntosh did this interview for her blog. You can find her shop at http://www.dearedna.etsy.com

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