You may notice that this page now is shorter than previously. This is because I have removed a number of inactive links and those that no longer have a link to this one. I am willing to link to any who I feel would be of genuine interest to my visitors and who reciprocate with a link to this that is easy to find - not buried somewhere obscure.
I attend the Miniatura shows twice a year at the N.E.C., Birmingham.
Kensington Dollshouse Festival
A very nice feature about my dolls was written by Audrey Robinson for Doll Magazine issue 94 Aug/Sep 2006, they have now been taken over by 'Doll Reader'
Some of my dolls were included in a book, Dollhouse Style, written by Kath Dalmeny, published by Batsford in 2002. ISBN 0-7134-8744-5.
My dolls have featured in all of the following on many occasions: Dolls House World ; Dolls House and Miniature Scene ; The Dollshouse Magazine (now taken over by Dollshouse World)
HOUSES AND BUILDING MATERIALS
www.thedollshousebuilder.co.uk (I am told that they have acquired the back-catalogue of Anglesey Dolls Houses, so may be worth trying if you'd like a house like mine)
www.eloradollhouse.com - Dollhouse Kits that you build yourself. Dollhouse furniture, accessories and decorating supplies. Collectible Porcelain Dolls.
FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES
Four Seasons Miniatures - Maker of creatures, extraordinary, or maker of extraordinary creatures, highly recommended, but now retired from miniatures
De Minilaars - Exclusive Russian Miniatures
KT Miniatures - specialists in 1930's to 40's miniatures and accessories
Janet Granger - Dolls house embroidery kits and charts in 1/12th scale
Miniatures - specialist miniatures for dolls
house shops (that's the miniature ones, not the ones you visit!)
Buttercup Miniatures - 1/12th and 1/24th scale knitting and crochet patterns, wool, needles and accessories
Delph Miniatures - miniature accessories, specialising in Modern
Miniature bears in historical costumes by Josephine
Artisans In Miniature
An association of professional artisans, dedicated to promoting a high standard of excellence in original handcrafted scale miniatures. With a FREE online magazine featuring FREE projects, articles and other items of interest to miniaturists.
www.smallseamini.com - fabulous museum collection of houses in California
Jane Laverick has her own website. If you enjoyed her magazine writings, you'll enjoy this. Great fun, and dolls too.
The Costumer's Manifesto - A great source of costume information
Of special interest to fans of Regency style - www.janeausten.co.uk/magazine
My daughter, Emma's blog, showing her embroidery
If you fancy a visit to Oakham, you might be interested to find out more about the attractions, (including Oakham in Bloom, for which I am a gardening volunteer). We were awarded the trophy for Best Town in Britain in Bloom 2007 and have won the same category in East Midlands in Bloom many times. Lots more information, including where to stay in this area is at www.rutnet.co.uk.