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~2006 STURBRIDGE FESTIVAL PRE-REGISTERED WORKSHOPS May 31-June 6~ Sturbridge Host Hotel on Cedar Lake ~ 366 Main Street, Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Mass Turnpike Exit 9 or I-84 Exit 3B Fly in to Hartford Bradley Airport or Boston/Logan Special room rates under Dollhouse Show ~ 508.347.7393
Mail payment to each instructor at addresses given or Show Organizer, where indicated. Questions & Preview Check $15 ~ Molly Cromwell, Show Organizer 4701 Duncan Dr., Annandale, VA 22003 mollycromwell@aol.com 703.978.5353 View workshops on www.mollycromwell.com All classes are 1” scale unless otherwise noted. Classes are multiple days, full day, or morning or afternoon. Note start times and be ready to begin working, not arriving, at time indicated. . Bring basic toolbox. Instructor will provide list of any other tools needed & answer all questions re. class. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday May 31, June 1 and 2 8:00 a.m. – 5 p.m.
NEWPORT MANSION ½” SCALE ~ BLUETTE MELONEY CALIFORNIA
Create this exquisite Gilded Age room box, recreating the period with a patterned ceiling, wood paneled walls detailed with lavish gilt trim, faux parquet and marble flooring, with French doors leading to a garden view. It’s the look that you expect to find in a Bluette design, just a smaller scale. Imagine it as a music room or perhaps an elegant parlor. Includes a fireplace and mirrored over mantel, indirect lighting as well as a ceiling adapter, you supply the chandelier. Supply list of basic tools & paints will be provided. 9 “ w x 6 ½”d x 12 ½”h $565 Questions? bluesminis@bluettemeloney.com Mail check to Show Organizer, see address above.

Wednesday & Thursday May 31 & June 1 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
THE TUDOR APOTHECARY ~ BRIAN LONG ENGLAND
Apothecaries were the drug stores of the Tudor period, which Shakespeare mentioned in Romeo & Juliet as carrying “A tortoise hung. An alligator stuffed and other skins of ill-shaped fishes.” But your chemist (or wizard) could also produce Unicorns Horn, Quicksilver and all kinds of exotic distillations, in a crisis. Build a 2 room 17”w X 12’ d x 10” high room box with a vaulted almost cave-like workroom in the back with a brighter front shop in which to retail your collection of herbs, pills and potions and other favorites such as leg of toad, hens teeth and dragons blood. This was all serious stuff with The Society of Apothecaries founded in 1617. Join us and make your own magic. $370 Check, Visa or MC number to Show Organizer. Questions? brian@brianlong.wanadoo.co.uk

Thursday & Friday June 1 & 2 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Break for lunch
ARTS & CRAFTS ROOM BOX ~ PETER TUCKER WASHINGTON
Work with a legend, building a room based on a plan (#104) in “Craftsman” magazine – 1912! It has an authentic inglenook and features a fireplace and built-in bookcases and benches. Paneled wainscots on the walls, a box beamed ceiling and tiled floor, complete this authentic period piece. Provision will be made for lighting the box. Wallpaper, fireplace flicker unit and wall sconces will be available at extra cost. 16”w x 11”d x 10” h $425 8 students maximum. Registration deadline May 8.
Questions? pntucker@shaw.ca or 604.224.3928 3675 W 29 Ave. Vancouver BC Canada V6S1T5
GRANDMA’S ATTIC ~ KEN BYERS CALIFORNIA
Finally, a place to put out all those treasures that you’ve kept stashed away for years. A unique, whimsical approach to a fully detailed Queen Anne exterior and interior with split shingled roof, two dormers, brick siding, aged rafters, old chimney, secret staircase access and optional electrified bare bulbs to give it an authentic touch. You’ll even add some dust and cobwebs! You’ll learn construction, casting, finishing, antiqueing, copper aging and weathering. Everything is provided, but bring your favorite tools and glue. 20”w x 14” d x 15” h. $430 mekendar@pacbell.net 415.239.6929 609 Shields St., San Francisco, CA 94132

Friday & Saturday Classes June 2 & 3 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m
DROWNING THE SHAMROCK ~ BRIAN LONG ENGLAND
Create a real Irish pub, not the etched glass windows you’d find in Dublin, but a country pub, where gatherings were held to toast a lad about to set off across the pond to America. The Parlour/Bar room boasts beams, a corner fireplace where the lighted peat fire will be laid and plenty of shelves to hold some jugs and bottles in easy reach. An adjacent “back room” has a Still, brewing up a concoction sure to pin your ears back or get you across the Atlantic on your own! Both the lighted fireplace and fire-lit Still, with copper coil (worm), barrel and blown glass made by UK’s Ray Storey are included. Finish the interior and exterior of the box, learning stuccoing and ageing techniques. 17”w X12”d x 10” h $370 10 students max. Check made out to Brian, or Visa/MC # to Festival
Organizer, see top of page. Questions? brian@brianlong.wanadoo.co.uk
ELEGANT DRESSED BED & ACCESSORIES ~ JUDITH BLONDELL CANADA
Dress a lovely brass bed (by Reuters, $57 value) with silk fabrics, making sheets, comforter, and lots of pillows ~ you’ll want to jump right in! Trim with cord tassels – all fabrics and cording supplied. Day two, you’ll make an elegant peignoir of lacy materials and a silky fabric nightgown, create high heeled slippers trimmed with “fur”, gold thread and leather sole and complete the ensemble by making a box of fine chocolates for the lady who is lucky enough to sleep here. $225 maria@thelittledollhousecompany.com toll
free 888.763.8966.This class is sponsored by The Little Dollhouse Company, 612 Mt. Pleasant Rd. Toronto, ONT Canada M2M 4B2
FOUR STORY ¼” LOFT APARTMENT COMPLEX ~ CATHERINE ten DEN CANADA
This ¼” scale eight-unit “L” shaped loft style apartment is completely electrified, with a balcony for each apartment. Intierior decorated walls with wood interior floors. Outside is brick, decorative moldings around windows, patio doors and roof top edge. Back walls removable for interior access. $295 thomastreasures@cheerful.com 613.443.3032 1646 Rte 300, Limoges, ONT
Friday, June 2 Full Day Classes 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Break for lunch
CABINET HOUSE & CHAIR ~ SUE THWAITE MARYLAND
Turn a vintage Bespaq 1” scale corner cupboard into an American version of a European cabinet house – this one has three shelves. You’ll turn each shelf into a shop – a Gentleman’s Haberdashery complete with top hat, canes, umbrellas and even collar stays! The Lady’s Millinery Shop is dressed out with counter, five hats, mirrors and accessories. A Perfumery sits on the top shelf, with two counters full of fancy-schmancy bottles, some jewelry and even a teeny chandelier. Bring tweezers. Even a Vintage Bespaq chair with ivory seat is included in the class fee. Choose mahogany, walnut, or fruitwood finish, tell Sue when you register. $135
10 students max. Questions? ladybug@ladybug-fairies.com 301.865.1984 4009 Tranquility Ct., Monrovia, MD 21770
PUDDLED DRAPES ~ JUDEE WILLIAMSON NORTH CAROLINA
The world’s premier fabric artisan shares her drapery making talent with you to achieve a graceful, natural look as they puddle to the floor creating that ASID look! These tie-back drapes in a beautiful white on white silk, will be perfect for a contemporary or period room. Once you’ve learned Judee’s techniques, you’ll have the loveliest mini windows in town! $105 Tool list at sign up.
Questions? 828.697.8175 nmarble@sprynet.com Box 11, Flat Rock, NC 28731
GEPPETTO & PINOCCHIO ~ GAYLE CLAUSEN, OKLAHOMA
Sculpt Pinocchio, a permanently seated puppet, complete with strings & crossbow, made entirely out of Fimo. Then students will dress an individually sculpted Geppetto, his armature and padding already in place. Put on his wig and glasses so he can see how his “boy” turned out! Limit 6 students. $155 gayledolls@aol.com 405.722.2924 Box 22123 Oklahoma City, OK 73123

BEATRIX POTTER’S COTTAGE ¼” SCALE ~ SUE HERBER, WASHINGTON
Build the cottage Miss Potter should have lived in! Enter the cobblestone courtyard through the stone wall’s arched entry, enclosing the area so pesky rabbits won’t nibble on the carrot crop. Mr. McGregor’s shed is in the corner. A half-timbered and stone cottage has a great room/kitchen on the first floor and a cozy bedroom under the eaves with a small step-down study on the second floor, a perfect writer’s retreat. You’ll learn small scale construction techniques, unique wallpapering and aging skills. 5”wX31/2”dx5 ¼”h on a walled base about an inch wider. $120 Questions? 425.454.2399 sue@thing.com 1615 109th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004

CHRISTMAS FLORAL ARRANGEMENT ~ TONI HANZEY OHIO
Plan ahead! This exquisite holiday arrangement is just what your florist would deliver if they worked in 1” scale. Learn from a pro and be well pleased. You’ll make and arrange tea roses, holly branches, poinsettia, fern and filler flowers & Christmas balls – perfection!. Everything will be provided. $70 thanzey@adelphia.net 740.344.4329 725 Smithfield Dr., Newark, OH 43055

GARDEN BOOKENDS WITH ½” SCALE SCENES ~ JUDY ANDRAKA PENNSYLVANIA

Two separate bookend bases hold ½” scale settings in a garden theme. One, a New Orleans-type façade complete with lacy “wrought iron” balconies and trip, plus formal lawn fountain. The others, a secluded brick patio with wall and wall fountain. Learn to cast resin, make faux wrought iron, forced perspective and techniques for creating stone and aging brick. CLASS BEGINS AT 8 A.M. in order to complete in one day. $195 acornsbyoak@earthlink.net 570.998.9339 1588 Lake Rd., Trout Run, PA 17771

EMILY ROSE IN AN 1897 GOWN ~ JOANNE ROBERTS, PENNSYLVANIA
Dress this lovely lady in silk taffeta, your choice of colors, making a five-gored skirt, bordered by pleated lace edged with black rayon brain and antique picot trim Two large black bows accent the flared skirt, with a bodice of lace tapering to the waist and gracing her three-quarter length sleeves. Emily Rose will be partially wigged, you’ll add the chignon. Parasol and matching hat by Deb Moran. jorobminidolls@aol.com or 610.967.5375 10 students max. 104 Elm St., Emmaus, PA 18049 $150

ORCHIDS, ORCHIDS, ORCHIDS~PAULA GILHOOLY/ARLENE FINKELSTEIN NEW YORK

Students will make Miltonia, Cattleya, Cymbidium, Phalanopsis, and Oniciidum orchids, learning to make flowers using paper. Then plant in aged pots. Bring scissors, tweezers and stylus. A beautiful addition to your green house or conservatory – or Nero Wolfe room box! $95 Questions? pkg72@optonline.com 631.423.6967 22 Fairchild St., Huntington, NY 11743

PIGEON LADY ~ ELLEN SCHOFIELD, NEW YORK
Pre-wired. Pre-cut. Pre-wigged. Any doll kit is doable after taking this class. You’ll learn body wrapping, then dress this sweet lady in shades of purples and grays, with a pre-made shawl. Fill her basket with bags of birdseed, with a pigeon to perch wherever you wish. Add her to your park or garden scene for a touch of realism. $70 ellenshouse@earthlink.net 518.851.9840 353 Millbrook

HOPE CHEST WITH DRAWER – PICK A SCALE ~ HENRY ten DEN CANADA
Build a pre-cut hope chest with drawer, ball feet and inside sliding removable shelf. Choice of maple or cherry. Your choice of scales, just let Henry know your preference. A nice addition to your collection at a nominal price. $70
thomastreasures@cheerful.com 613.443.3032 1646 Rte 300, Limoges, ONT Canada KOA 2M0
MISS HAVESHAM ~ NANCY CRONIN MASSACHUSETTS
Remember the old gal from Great Expectations (we read it in high school, remember) who was jilted at the altar and just wore her wedding dress for the next fifty years, anyway – that’s optimism! Her painted face with torso, hands, legs are cast in porcelite resin, seated position. Pattern & material for distressed wedding gown, undergarments, shoes & veil, plus viscose hair, necklace dried (I’ll bet) wedding bouquet are all included. Learn dressing, wigging, application of liquid beads to make jewelry and assembling the hassock she’ll sit on. Great piece! $105 nancysdolls@comcast.net 978.657.7806 76 Andover St., Wilmington, MA 01887
Friday, June 2 Half Day Afternoon Classes 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
GARDEN LADDER ~ LENOR JOHNSON NEW JERSEY (class continues Saturday a.m. session)
This ivy covered old ladder has found new life in the garden as a birdhouse and feeder. You will learn ageing techniques for wood as well as metal. And create ivy vines that twine about the ladder. Birdhouse & feeding/watering station are included. Use in a garden scene or as a domed display piece-lovely! $100 973.838.7302 lenorj@aol.com 83 Morse Lake Rd., Bloomingdale, NJ 07403

SWAG & JABOT WINDOW TREATMENT ~ MARCIA McLAIN CONNECTICUT
Learn the techniques to make a swag and jabot for an easy window treatment in just an afternoon. You’ll walk away with basic knowledge on this popular look and ready to decorate those naked windows in your dollhouse. $40 Questions? mpmcclain@cox.net
860.653.3945 Send check to: PO Box 742, Granby, CT 06035
Saturday, June 3 Full Day Classes 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
A POTTER’S PLACE ~ KARI BERKNER NEW HAMPSHIRE
Weathering 101 – start out with an assembled Potter’s Place measuring 12”wx10”d x14”h, turning the structure into the perfect old gardening shed, using stain, moss, paint and more. Includes everything you need, even a ladder to the loft, knotty shutters beside the quaint window, even a realistic chipped old floor. You’ll learn ageing, staining, shingling and weathering. It’s a beauty! $230 kari@earthandtree.com 603.673.8707 276 Rte 101 #1 Earth & Tree, Amherst, NH 03031

BLANKET CHEST WITH FLYING GEESE PATTERN ~ THE BOORUMS MASSACHUSETTS
Pete and Pam are telling you it’s time to bite the fear bullet and learn to use a Preac Table Saw. Construct a blanket chest of quarter- sawn cherry using contrasting woods for the patterned lid. Learn to rip, crosscut, make finger joints& cut accurate miters! Plus fearlessly install hinges. Hands on project, emphasizing safe and effective techniques. Beginners welcome. $105 603.669.4185
smallife@rcn.com 79 Sebbins Pond Dr., New Bedford, NA 03110
NESTING GOLDFINCH WITH THISTLES ~ JEAN SCRIBNER MASSACHUSETTS

Create this delightful wildlife sculpture, featuring a male goldfinch with outstretched wings, arriving back in the nest where a nesting female and eggs greet him, nestled in the crook of a Maple tree branch. A patch of wild thistle, a dragonfly and bumblebees complete the scene. Display on its own or add to an outside scene. You’ll be amazed at the outcome! $55 Questions? 978.948.2319
jeanorfred@juno.com Mail check to 157 Glen St., Rowley, MA 01969 Tools upon sign-up. For intermediate & advanced students.
Saturday, June 3 Morning Classes 9 a.m. – Noon

GARDEN LADDER (Continuation of class that starts Friday afternoon, overnight drying time)

LANDSCAPE A SMALL SCALE LAIR ~ SUE THWAITE MARYLAND

Create a secret lair for your favorite dragon or fairy (provided) on a 10” x 10”x base. Landscape it to the hilt, you’ll love working with Lady Bug as she shares all her secrets. Great beginner’s class. $50 ladybug@ladybug-fairies.com 301.865.1984
4009 Tranquility Ct., Monrovia, MD 21770
BOUGAINVILLEA ~ TONI HANZEY OHIO
Make this gorgeous bougainvillea as a trailing plant on a trellis or as a potted plant. This is such a realistic plant, you’ll love it. Plenty of materials provided, so go nuts! $40 thanzey@adelphia.net 740.344.4329 725 Smithfield Dr., Newark, OH 43055

THE BOYS PLACE ¼” SCALE TREE HOUSE ~ EILEEN HEPNER NEW YORK
Memories of childhood! You’ll make a 5” tree with a tree house 3”w x 2” d X 2” high, using wood burning, weathering , landscaping and foliating a tree. Find out an easy tree making method as well as making a realistic looking corrugated roof. Great addition to your small scale collection. $65 eileen@heavenlyminis.com 718.418.8080 69-27 Myrtle Ave., Glendale, NY 11385
WATERLILIES IN POND ~ PAULA GILHOOLY & ARLENE FINKELSTEIN NEW YORK
Add a touch of Monet to your landscaping! Learn to make paper water lilies and install in small pond. Bring scissors, tweezers and stylus. $50 Questions? Pkg72@optonline.com 631.423.6967 22 Fairchild St., Huntington, NY 11743

PAINTING 101/LIGHTHOUSE ~ JOSEPHINE MEYER NEW YORK
Sketch the lighthouse, then learn blending and application of oil colors as well as painting techniques to get the puffy clouds & motion of the water. Release your inner Rembrandt! A pre-assembled 2 X 2 ½” wooden frame is included. $75 JoArt@att.net
845.225.1961 158 Clubhouse Drive, Carmel,, NY 10512

Saturday June 3 Afternoon Classes 1 p.m. ~ 4 p.m.


KNOW YOUR KNOT ~ TERESA LAYMAN CONNECTICUT

Learn to make perfect, uniformly round knots, simulating the look of a fine hand-hooked rug. Choose from four different designs, varying in size from 2 ½”x 3 ½” to 3 ½”x 4 ½”. This technique class will teach you both French and Colonial knots and how to use them to their best advantage. Left-handed? No problem, Teresa will show you all the tricks you need to know. You’ll receive finishing instructions to complete your gorgeous new rug at home. Warning! This is addictive! Want to use specific colors? Contact instructor at least 7 days in advance. $50 katerken@optonline.net 860.868.0764 8 White Oak Lane, Warren, CT 06754

PAINTING 101/BASKET OF FLOWERS ~ JOSEPHINE MEYER, NEW YORK
Students will paint an impressionist-style floral basket. Learn the blending and application of oil colors as well as different techniques to achieve various flowers. A pre-assembled 2” X 2 ½” frame is included. Watch out Monet! Bring magnifier and several liner brushes. $50 JoArt@att.net 845.225.1961 158 Clubhouse Drive, Carmel, NY 10512

WOVEN BASKETS ~ MARILYN CROCKETT NEW YORK
Working with three-ply waxed linen thread from Ireland, students will be taught starting, ,basic weaving, finishing techniques, handle planning & wrapping and one or two patterns, completing a couple of basic baskets and receiving materials and instructions to complete six more in a variety of styles. Bring wire cutter, ruler and Tacky. $45 212.865.2663 freemancrockett@msn.com

Monday & Tuesday June 5 & 6 8:30 a.m. ~ 5 p.m.

MADAME CHAN’S GARDEN ~ BLUETTE MELONEY CALIFORNIA
This lovely 1” scale room box was actually inspired by antique Chinese wallpaper, reflecting its gentle colors and design. The piece is accented with delicate filigreed laser-cut arbors, teak inlay flooring and an embossed border embellishment. You will cherish this exquisite addition to your collection, particularly if space is a premium. You will learn embossing and easy wallpapering techniques, plus so much knowledge that will serve you well in all future classes. A lovely frame is provided to give your room box a professionally finished look. Indirect lighting is included. 8”x10”x10” $525 Check payable to Bluette Meloney, mail to Festival
Organizer, see address page 1. Questions? blueminis@bluettemeloney.com 2006 Small Group Customized Travel for Miniaturists with “Molly Cromwell presents….Tours”
June 8 ~ 18 Tour Scotland & the Edinburgh Miniatura Show
September 15 ~ 15 Tour England and Birmingham Miniatura
December ~ Christmas Markets in Germany & Austria First week of December
View brochures or flyers on www.mollycromwell.com For a complete list of Molly Cromwell 2006 & 2007 Miniature Festivals or to be first on the list to receive the
latest travel information, write to Molly Cromwell, 4701 Duncan Drive, Annandale, VA 22003 703.978.5353

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