I think it is high time I welcome and thank everyone who has found my blog so far, taken the trouble to comment and / or follow the blog using Google Friend connect.
The first people to find it are very far away from me in Australia:
Ann at http://agdfan.blogspot.com/ who does wonderful knitting for play dolls - see also her photos on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/38224945@N03/ for more examples of her knitting for Australian Girl Dolls
and Rebecca at http://rebeccascollections.blogspot.com/ who collects vintage miniatures and is very knowledgeable about them
Sarah Price has a wonderful blog about her miniature church and its growing family of parishioners http://miniaturechurch.blogspot.com/. She doesn't have many followers yet though, so please pay her blog a visit.
Susan is new to miniatures and blogging but has already got 88 followers http://susanshouses.blogspot.com/ and collects vintage houses including some amazing finds from thrift shops
Sylvia http://lotjesdollshouse.blogspot.com/ has been building a lovely miniature candystore
Papillon Bleu does wonderful tea parties for her handmade dolls http://papillonbleuuk.blogspot.com/ - she is brave enough to endure variable, grey English weather though she comes from France
http://tallulahbelleoriginals.blogspot.com/ has created an incredible character filled doll called Kendo (see http://tallulahbelleoriginals.blogspot.com/2009/08/ladies-and-gentlemen.html)
Kathi is building a mini beach house http://beautifulminiblessings.blogspot.com/ and is new to miniatures
Katie http://dollhouseminiatureart.blogspot.com/ creates amazing miniature punchneedle rugs
Sinem is Turkish and unfortunately I cannot read her blog http://rose-blogum.blogspot.com/ which does not appear to be miniatures or doll related
Debbie at http://uneekmusings.blogspot.com/ creates unique character dolls made with wooden clothes pins
Sonia is Spanish http://minitink.blogspot.com/ and writes her blog about her miniature creations in English and Spanish
Lori http://ohminiofmine-loshcosh.blogspot.com/ builds the most amazingly elegant Greenleaf kit houses into something special, I wish I had the space for several lovely houses too!
Marlene is working on an 1820s town house http://somersethouseaproject.blogspot.com/ but is in the middle of moving house herself!
Julie creates yummy miniature food http://yummyminiaturefoods.blogspot.com/ and also sews and carves
Victoria http://vika-m.blogspot.com/ is tackling miniature wood turning to great effect as she is building a Russian village house
Jackie makes handmade cloth dolls http://plain-n-simpleblog.blogspot.com/ with painted faces
Maite is Spanish http://miniaturista-minisypx.blogspot.com/ and has an enormous dollshouse which looks like apartments
Minna is in Finland http://minnasdollhouses.blogspot.com/ and has several houses, including vintage and one she and her husband built recently
Mercedes at http://libertybiberty.blogspot.com/ is in New Zealand and has just had an article about her detailed miniature house and garden published in a Spanish Miniature magazine
Please visit these blogs if you haven't already - they are full of interesting surprises.
Friday Video: Knole House, Kent
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