MINIATURE QUILTING SCENE by Colette Wolff of Platypusnow
We've subtittled our Miniature Quilting Scene "First Quilt." While her Mother looks on proudly and her Grandmother bastes the quit into the frame, Daughter, who made the quit, shyly acknowledges the compliments of her visiting Aunt. The scale of our scene is 1" = 1'. The four bendable, posable dolls are 5" to 5 1/2" tall. Aunt, Grandmother, Mother and Daughter are dressed c. 1895. They stand with the aid of simple supports or sit on benches to quilt. Their frame realy works and holds a 7 1/2" x 8 1/2" pieced patchwork quilt. Our pattern booklet will show you how to make it all -- the dolls and their clothing, the supports, the quilt, the quilting frame and the benches.
- Booklet contains full-size patterns and detailed, illustrated instructions.
- Four bendable, posable dolls, 5" to 5½" tall; pen-drawn features; embroidery floss wigs; c. 1895 clothing for each; simple supporting stands.
- Scale: 1" = 1‘ .
- 7½" x 8½" pieced patchwork quilt.
- Benches and a quilting frame that really works.
Booklet includes 11 instructions pages and 1 pattern sheet.
© Colette Wolff 1984
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