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January 10, 2018

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David

So, the miniature market. Is it a fairly small group? I've been considering crafting miniatures but have no idea how hard it would be to market

Toffeeapple

Hello and Happy New Year to you, too. I do like the clean lines of the knitted vest, very elegant.

Your miniatures are so tiny! Enjoy building the commode.

Do, please, tell us what the Beverley Nichols is like; I remember him from my childhood.

The teapot is amazing!

Mary Lou Egan

Happy New Year to you! I've been away from my blog reading, so I'm still catching up. I did think of you when I saw this, however:
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/10/arts/design/frances-glessner-lee-forensic-science-renwick-museum.html

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