This is a play-able doll house, as long as you are gentle with it (remember, the walls are cardboard). Five inch dolls are perfectly at home here, we even managed to get two beds in the sleeping loft, with room left over for a tiny chest :-)
Some of the patterns, like the stockings, wreaths, and beds, are my own designs. The Christmas Tree is from The NeedleCraft Shoppe entitled 'Snow Folks.' The chairs are from an Annie's Attic Fashion Doll furniture series. Both patterns I have had for ages. The chairs were crocheted with fingering weight yarn, instead of worsted, and a size 1 steel hook instead of a G hook.
The coverlets on the beds are blocks from '200 Crochet Blocks,' by Jan Eaton. I worked them in fingering weight yarn and a size F hook to give a bit more drape.
The gifts under the tree are Hitty Printables, just click on this link to take you there.
And the ornaments on the tree are glass beads threaded on a head pin. The pin is turned down at the top to create a hook, then hooked onto the tree 'branches.'
Decorated Christmas tree and packages
Stockings hung by the chimney with care
A cozy place to sleep!
Winifred fits very snuggly here :-)
Now I better get busy and finish my Christmas list!