The March issue of The Dolls' House Magazine sees miniaturists busy in the kitchen with seven pages of period kitchens to inspire your own. Amongst the projects you'll find how to make a modern washing machine, bowls of breakfast cereal, and nine Georgian kitchen accessories. We include a shopping guide to that all important kitchen sink. Victorian guru Nick Scahill checks out Mrs Beeton's famous book. Outside in our delightful Spring garden (instructions to make included) you'll find Norah hanging out the washing - a clothing pattern project from Janet Harmsworth.
We complete our tour of Charles Dickens' London home in miniature, and reveal the suprising interior of a vintage cabinet - a charming display of miniature rooms. And if you're searching for vintage Daniel Brookbank explains why the Cobham Fair is a must! Find out who won our Best-Dressed Bed competition, and those entries that we admired. Further creative competitions are already being planned!
You can win a family day out courtesy of the National Trust as we launch our new 'Write Here' series exploring the homes of famous writers. This issue we take a peek inside the homely cottage of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Could this inspire your next dolls' house? With all the regular news, fair listings, letters and Readers Showcase, there's plenty to keep you busy while those March winds blow (especially our little draft excluder projects!).