Making Doll Furniture in Wood

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Fox Chapel Publishing Company, 2004 - Crafts & Hobbies - 176 pages
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"The patterns included in this woodworking project guide are sized for 18-inch dolls such as the popular American Girl dolls and can be scaled for larger or smaller dolls. Each project includes a list of all materials needed and details the start-to-finish procedure, from preparing wood to staining and painting the piece. Patterns for 30 pieces of doll furniture are included, and five step-by-step projects for a bed, dresser, rocking chair, table, and standing mirror are featured."

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Review: Making Doll Furniture in Wood: 30 Projects and Plans Perfectly Sized for American Girl and Other 18 Inch Dolls

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The book is nice and the project are beautiful, but you do need several tools (scrolls saw, router table, router bits, chisels or a mortise jib, table saw and possibly a drill press)and knowledge how ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Dennis Simmons has been creating wood projects for over 30 years. The rich beauty of various wood grains has drawn him to the art of woodworking. His inspiration for many pieces comes from living life in the rural Midwest. Dennis enjoys sharing his woodworking through classes with adults and kids alike. You may contact him to schedule a class in basic woodworking, doll furniture or intarsia by e-mail at

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