Itty Bittie Club’s Doll Project

Some of the Itty Bitties Miniature Club members participated in an online Zoom workshop taught by Deb Laue through Zoom. Members dressed a little girl doll and her dolly and learned how to make shoes for the little girl doll.

Dolls dressed by Frances Bigler, including shoes and socks for the bigger doll. The class was taught by Deb Laue.
Doll and dolly by Debra Taylor, DVM

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Kathy Burlingame: Kitchen in a Beach Cottage

Kathy shared the following description of her project:
“I’ve been renovating a Lafayette house this past year and finally put the kitchen together. I put together the cabinets and created the “quartz” countertop in January/February. In the past few months finished the wiring and the rest of the room. I called it the Beach Cottage.”

Kathy is a member of the Itty Bittie’s Club.


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Itty Bitties Club’s Printed Fabrics Project

An Itty Bitties Club project facilitated by Debra Taylor, DVM

Some of the Itty Bitties Miniature Club members participated in an online Zoom workshop taught by Dr. Debra Taylor. Members learned how to prepare cotton or silk fabric and to use freezer paper to print an image on the fabrics.

Some tips: 1) If you want your printed fabric to be washable, the fixative must be applied before the freezer paper and printing process. 2) If you use Pellon’s Wonder Under or Heat n Bond, remember that these products leave adhesive permanently adhered to your fabric. The freezer paper leaves no residue. 


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Seeking Workshop Instructors & Students

The Itty Bitty Miniature Club has started a new workshop program in the Sacramento, CA area. The club is sponsoring full and half day workshops. The goal is to offer 6 – 8 workshops a year.

If you are either a traveling teacher or a local area teacher, and would like to teach a workshop, please contact Deb Laue, deb@dragonflyintl.com.

If you are interested in being put on the mailing list for future workshops, please email Deb Laue, deb@dragonflyintl.com.

The next workshop will occur Jan. 25, 2020. Deb will teach “Intro to Hatmaking.” More info.


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Itty Bitties display at the Natomas Library

The Itty Bitties Club is displaying their miniatures. The exhibit runs through September 2017, at the Natomas Library in Sacramento, California.

photo of display

The Itty Bitties Club’s display at the Natomas Library.

photo of display

Thank you to Frances Bigler for the photos.


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