I think this project has been my favorite- making a miniature twig bed, complete with wool-stuffed mattress and hand-sewn linens and pillows and a teensy chair for a fairy house. I have to say that the slippers and hat were a challenge, as I have never made either of them on such a tiny scale before. I think they turned out pretty cute. There is something about making small things that delights me to my inner core.
The instructions for MaryJane's own Fairy House are included in this, the October-November issue. How cute is that? I so need to make one and then make myself a miniature twig bed decked to the nines because, surprisingly, I have not made one like it for myself.
I am thrilled to have this opportunity to be a part of this incredible magazine. Thank you, MaryJane, for giving me the wings I needed to fly.
PS- If you see a copy of this at your book store, be sure to buy it. Not only is it beautiful to look at, there are tasty recipes, helpful hints, fabulous stories about women who have followed their dreams and ideas to spark your imagination. But then, I may be a bit partial.