Clothes pins can be used to make really cute doll furniture. If you don't have some to recycle they can be purchased at many hobby and craft stores. This is a guide about making doll furniture from clothes pins.
Dolls table and 4 chairs, 1 bench and 1 rocking chair for a Barbie sized doll, made from clothes pins. Cheap and easy!
This is a guide about making a clothes pin chair. Clothes pins can be used to make cute doll furniture.
Does anyone have instructions for a round table made with clothes pins?
Here is a link I found, it is so interesting I am going to peruse it further.
What a good idea, to make your own dollhouse furniture out of clothes pins.
I want to make the clothespin doll house furniture for my daughter. I don't know if I'm missing something on this site or if it's just not posted. Anyone know how I find the instructions on how to make the furniture?
By Cheri from Minneapolis, MN
I learned everything I know about building clothespin furniture from YouTube. There is a Portuguese lady that does some amazing things with clothespins you wouldn't believe! I've built fifteen Barbie sized chairs, two chaise lounge and two tables all with the pins. The only project that takes practice is the rocking chair. It's hard to get the rounded runners just right and even. My favorite chair was designed by kranknkoncepts, with one improvement. I gave it a double-layered seat so that articulated Barbies could sit down with their feet touching the "ground" like real people.
The video title is "How to Make Doll Shoes + Chair (Very Easy) - DOLL CRAFTS" The chair is better than the shoes, but worth a try. Check it out!
I am looking for a website on how to create furniture out of wooden clothespins. I already have a pattern for a rocking chair. I need a pattern for tables, chairs and other pieces. If you have a picture with instructions, please send it.
Nydia from PR
Hope you like the set i have also have made a rocking and bench (09/10/2008)
I saw pictures posted on ThriftyFun making doll's furniture from clothes line pegs. Can anyone help? Many thanks.
By h.arnott from U.K
Check this ThriftyFun link for instructions for a clothespin rocking chair: thriftyfun.com.