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Trumble's Mum
11:35 PM on September 8, 2016 
I'm fascinated by this amazing house but also by your inspiration. Was there a specific house or other source that made you plan and make the Hall? Did the idea come out of the blue? Oh, and did you start with an architectural drawing or plan, or did it grow room by room?
How ever it came about, this is by far the most beautiful and realistic miniature, historic house I've ever seen. You are so very skilled. CONGRATULATIONS on a brilliant piece of architecture and social history.
Sarah
6:40 AM on September 8, 2016 
I agree - this is too good not to be seen by more people. Thank you for sharing it with us.
Janice
11:56 AM on September 6, 2016 
Maybe you can open your house as a museum so everyone can see it? Only half joking, this really ought to be seen by more people - you can't hoard it all to yourself! Perhaps let people come round once a year for charity or something...?
theinfill.wordpress.com
6:58 AM on September 6, 2016 
Zoe H says...
Probably the most interesting and inspirational dolls' house I will see built in my lifetime. Thank you for letting us in on your adventure, Do. (And DON'T contradict me with any self-deprecating pants! LOL ;-)

Well if I can't talk pants let me thank all of you so much for your patience and support and the opportunity to share my oddities ;)

It's much appreciated, particularly as this isn't really a proper 'dolls house' I don't suppose (too pants?).

I'm learning so much about dolls houses from all your postings and enjoying it tremendously.

Keep up the good work chaps!
Zoe H
6:05 PM on September 5, 2016 
Probably the most interesting and inspirational dolls' house I will see built in my lifetime. Thank you for letting us in on your adventure, Do. (And DON'T contradict me with any self-deprecating pants! LOL ;-)
wendy c
3:42 PM on September 5, 2016 
Just stunning - what an achievement!
Jan
2:39 PM on September 5, 2016 
Just lovely from all angles, like the cat on the steps.,

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