JDayMinis, My Life, French & Antique Inspiration

Sunday, October 18, 2015

New Laser Lace Cotton Baby Bunting Clothing Kit in 1:48 or Quarter Scale


I just realized it has been a long time since I have posted, seems the older I'm getting the quicker time flies....really!! Thank you so much to those who sent their regards about Lesley, I will pass them on to her family too.

Above you can see a kit I designed as a shop window filler kit for the Quarter Scale NAME Day that is happening this weekend in Quarter Connection. It is a Quarter Scale Cotton Laser Lace Baby Bunting Clothing Kit. I really enjoyed designing it using some of the kits I had already designed in one twelfth scale. You can see, or not, LOL, the tiny butterfly on the onsies and a bunny on the blue long sleeved shirt.

It is always so much fun and there are so many activities happening in Quarter Connection. For those of you who are not familiar with Quarter Connection, it started in about 1999 by Sally Dohrman, (such a lovely lady who has since passed away) and is a Yahoo Group. I've been a member since about 2001 and started doing quarter scale in the 80's when I would sell the inexpensive furniture through my small mail order shop we had in our home. I would highly recommend the group for either a beginner or someone more experienced in quarter scale miniatures. There is such knowledge in the group with lots of files for accessories and projects. You can be a lurker if you feel shy about talking in a group but it is more fun to get involved.

The kit shown above is going to be divided into the three kits for Shelly's online show the end of October and beginning on Novemeber called Wonders in Miniature and as roundtables in Quarter Conneciton.

Bye for now, Mini Hugs, Jean

2 comments:

  1. How precious ---- and how very teeny-tiny! Your work is so lovely, Jean! My son and his wife are having a little girl in January; their four-year-old boy is so excited. Your lovely baby things will no doubt sell out!

    I continue to work on my little urban loft project. It needs to be completed by the middle of December. Lots left to do.

    My work was published again (!) in Somerset Studios. Excited! It's in the November/December issue on page 118. It was quite a surprise to get my issue yesterday.

    Have a most blessed and abunant day!

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  2. How exciting for you to be looking forward to a little granddaughter. Always so lovely to think about baby things.

    Looking forward to seeing your urban loft when it is finished, miniature projects can take so long to finish. I often add to my older mini houses or completely redecorate, the fun continues.

    Congratulations on being published again!! I love Somerset Studios magazines and often buy the digital one, so artistic and such beautiful covers and articles. I will have to look out for your article.

    All the very best to you. Hugs, Jean

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