|Published by Guild of Master Craftsman Publications|
It is written by Linda Spratley who took her hobbies of knitting and dolls houses and developed them into a miniatures business.
The book is well set-out with very clear photos of each piece. It is divided into chapters:
- baby knits
- children's knits
- adult knits
- home furnishings
The levels of skill required to complete each pattern are labelled as easy, intermediate and advanced. Abbreviations used are clearly described at the beginning of the book.
The projects for babies are made to fit those little rubber baby dolls you can buy.
The patterns are worked in one strand of embroidery thread with size 19 (UK) or size 5/0 (USA) knitting needles. Tiny beads are used as buttons.
Knitted garments are shown being worn by dolls. That was my only disappointment with the book. The dolls all look very unhappy and grim!