This is a sister list/digest of "Mini Scenes And Things". This is a free list where we discuss all facets of miniature doll making and dressing. Members range from beginner to the Pros in the field. A very friendly group that will make you feel comfortable and have fun.
House of Caron -
This web site is a fantastic source for miniature doll molds and other goodies!!
All That Glissons
- Original miniature doll molds by sculptor Theresa A.Glisson. Theresa's molds are some of the cleanest and well detailed miniature molds
out there. Plus, she is a nice person !!
A source for links to everything and everybody in miniature. Over 300 links.
This is a miniature digest with subscribers all other the world. A daily e-mail newsletter full of tips, sharing,
resources and encouragement in our creating and collecting dollhouse miniatures.
Miniatures at about.com
Informational page on Miniatures. Always great articles and loads of links. Make sure you bookmark this one.
Miniature Search Engine
This search engine searches for miniatures only!!. Each person or company is defined by their country of origin.
This proves miniatures are growing on the net. Very clean and easy to use.
Dollhouse World by Seiko
Seiko lives in Japan and is very talented. She makes fantastic real life "scenes" in miniature. Also, scale
clothing ready to hang. She is very good!!
Doll Collecting at about.com
So much information on ALL kinds of dolls. The guide is Denise Van Patten and she is very passionate about what she
does. VERY informative. I could spend hours looking at all the articles and links.
Exquisite life sculptures by one of the MOST talented artist's. I hesitate to call them dolls. She also teaches sculpting and I can
to attest to the fact that her classes are wonderful!
Attic- Dolls by Barb Spencer- Absolutely charming cloth dolls. Some supplies too.
Jean is a fabulous original doll artist, not to be missed.
A wonderful mix of cloth dolls ad sculpted figures. Masterful use of textiles and embellishments.
Wonderful fabric art dolls. So detailed! Can they really be made of cloth?
The Little Doll
Specialize in Vintage Barbie ® doll plus her friends and accessories made from the late 1950's to 1970.
Created to foster interactions between members of the quilting community; provide an outlet
for designers, a resource for finding teachers, shops, guilds, shows and quilt related leisure activities and free stuff for quilters with more to come...
Hobbies - other than miniatures (yes there are!)
Victorian Hairwork Society
Here is something you might not know about. In the Victorian times jewelry was made out the hair of the departed as
a remembrance. I collect the type of jewelry. Don't ask me why or how I got interested in it. But finding this site made me
feel more normal as there are others like me. Check it out.