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Dollhouse basket

Enhance your child's playtime with these creative dollhouse basket ideas. Discover unique ways to organize and store their toys while adding a touch of charm to their dollhouse.
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Today is officially "Make a Basket Day". I decided to put you all to work since I am still trying to put my house back together. This is a very simple way to make a fancy basket that I came up with for a class a few years back. You need three materials. First you will need some scraps of needlepoint canvas. I use Penelope because there is more of a resemblance to a woven basket than with mono canvas. A lot of the needlepoint stores sell it by the inch. I find a lot of it in thrift store…

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Satu Kurtti
Dollhouse Miniature Furniture - Tutorials | 1 inch minis: Weaving a Basket with Crochet Thread Tutorial - How to weave a basket using painte... Dollhouse Miniature Tutorials, Miniature Dollhouse Furniture, Dollhouse Miniatures Diy, Miniature Crafts, Miniature Dolls, Dollhouse Candle, Dollhouse Basket, Miniature Houses, Minis

This tutorial came about when I was asked about the thread I used when I made the watering can. It's crochet thread, Coats & Clark, Classic. The miniaturist wanted to weave baskets with it. I suggested using waxed linen, 2 ply. The wicker furniture makers use waxed linen, 3 ply. I purchased some 2 ply months ago wanting to weave baskets but never got around to it. The miniaturist said she couldn't get the 2 ply so I thought I could do the same thing with painted crochet thread. This is the…

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Today is officially "Make a Basket Day". I decided to put you all to work since I am still trying to put my house back together. This is a very simple way to make a fancy basket that I came up with for a class a few years back. You need three materials. First you will need some scraps of needlepoint canvas. I use Penelope because there is more of a resemblance to a woven basket than with mono canvas. A lot of the needlepoint stores sell it by the inch. I find a lot of it in thrift store…

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Kim Salisbury