Wednesday, May 12, 2010

So many new followers to welcome!

We're so glad you could join us here at the Tudor Dollhouse Project Blog!

Karin F from Orr Lake in Ontario, Canada who blogs at mini ramblings and musings and has a list of online tutorials at Mini Tutes from Orr Lake.  She also has an Etsy store under the user name TeenyTrew!

Marion from Bribie Island in Australia blogs at The Witch's Cottage.  I love patina and she does it really, really well!

Catherine's blog is Kilmouski & Me.  She's a really cool American metalsmith and miniaturist who blogs about a wide range of tiny things.

Maria Narbon is a wonderful dollmaker from Barcelona who works in porcelein and blogs at Muñecas Miniatura

Wendie of Wendi's Mini World loves the darker side of fantasy miniatures (she doesn't do cute and fluffy :) and is, like me, a huge fan of Terry Pratchett!

Julie Kendall is an artist from the UK who creates beautiful, moving and spooky art dolls and blogs at Jakdaws Attic.  You can also check out her website.

Pikko is from Finland and blogs at Söpökatu.

Matilda blogs at Unicornio and lives in Alicante, Spain.

Brujita is another Spanish blogger, from Zaragoza, Spain, and she blogs at Buijita Minis.

Puppenstubennostalgie is a busy crafter and baker from Germany and she blogs at PuNo's Minis 1:12

Mary del Carmen is from Leon in Spain and has three blogs, including a mini blog, El Rincon Mini de Mary.

Macrupe is from Paraguay and blogs at Minialev.

Pity has a Spanish blog,  Las Minis de Pity.

Tom (who has recently moved from Alberta to Ontario -- those are both in Canada :) is one of the most respected mini makers in the community.  His wood, stone, acrylic and metal turnings in 1:12 scale are legendary.  He blogs at Turnings in Miniature and his newly re-opened Etsy shop can be found at  Turnings In Miniature at Etsy.

And there's also Cia, AMICA, Meli, kreattiva, Ukka and sagrario, our mystery followers!  If any of you have blogs you'd like listed, I'd be happy to include them here :)

Thank you all for your interest and support!  We appreciate it more than you'll ever know :)

Nina and the KnitWits


  1. Thanks for the link for Tom's Etsy store, guess who just spent 35$ for an occasional table... It's wonderful!


  2. heh heh heh I was looking at that table :) In the end I bought a fruit bowl and a plate -- I can't wait to get them!

  3. I was looking those also, but thought that I don't need them - at least right now :D

  4. Congrats :-)

    I have some of Toms work. Mainly planters but those will be used for plants for me and not to sell :-) His work is amazing and he is a great guy to boot.

    Wonder if his ears are burning :-)

  5. Thank´s for the link to my blog,and my welcome.Hugs,Matilde.

  6. Hi Nina, you got my mail yesterday?
    I'm worried because you did not answer.
    All right?
    A hug


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