Fun with Scrap!
A creative customer name Sherrill sent us photos of her newest dollhouse furniture project; a wooden chair with Chief Joseph cushions. Sherril wrote to say, “I’ve been having fun with the scraps I bought. This is a dollhouse scene. I bent the wood for this chair and selected just the right motifs from the Chief Joseph design.”
We can’t get over how fun this is, and have been eyeing our scraps, wondering which motifs (or tiny plaids) would lend themselves to miniature upholstery.
How about you?
Have you done something fun with our scrap that you’d like to share? Drop us a line and show us your stuff!
Pendleton Woolen Mill Store
8500 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Portland, OR 97222
(503) 535-5786 • http://www.woolenmill.store • WoolenMiIIStore@penwool.com
2 thoughts on “Upholstery in 1/12 scale with Pendleton Wool”
What a surprise to see my little scene featured on your post! I’ve since made a second chair and a miniature blanket. Btw… the rug in this scene is also a Pendleton scrap. There is more on my blog, So Many Minis and my Instagram SherrillNecessary.
Your blog is wonderful! If you want to learn to bow wood for a miniature chair, this is the place: https://somanyminis.wordpress.com/