A non-working miniature Venetian blind


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11 comments:

  1. Wow, what a fabulous tutorial!!! Thank you so much for sharing this!! Marsha

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  2. This turned out great! Might be a bit too challenging for my patience today but maybe I'll try it someday! :)

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  3. Love the idea!!!! Thanks for such a super instruction!!!!!
    JACKIE

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  4. Our miniature club is making old fashioned barber shops with a large picture window in front. I plan to add your blinds to my window and will encourage the rest of the group to do it as well. Thanks!
    George

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  5. Thanks for a great tutorial!

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  6. I made these for my dollhouse- and while they are not as perfect as yours- I am soooo very happy with how they turned out. The tutorial was very easy to follow- thank you so much!!!

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  7. Excellent tutorial, with draftsman quality drawings. Could you use quilling strips for the individual slats, to save having to cut the card strips straight and equal widths? Again, thanks!

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  8. I've never done any quilling, but I suppose you could use them.

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  9. I commented in July and made one today! :)
    Thanks again for this great tutorial! Now I have to make another one, but that will have to wait until tomorrow...

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  10. You can also use the strips from leftover pieces og wood flooring, even the think sheet kind if you want natural color blind slats.

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