Hello from Central Kentucky

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Hi David and welcome to the forum. Tudorman?? Hum, does that mean Tudor homes??? If it does, you have lots of Tudor loving folks on this site!! Kat :wave:

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Welcome to the little family, David; I can't wait to see what Tudor items you make (houses? furniture? accessories? people? all of the above?)

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Hi David and welcome to Greenleaf.So many new friends here..especially ones who love

"Tudoralia"LOL! :wave:

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Thank you all for a wonderful welcome. And a very big YES to Tudor. I love the architectural style. I have been out of the miniature world for decades, only dipping my toes back in every now and then with the purchase of a magizine or book.

But all that has changed in the last couple of weeks. My wife and I are remodeling our basement into an arts and crafts workroom. I finished constructing the main work table last weekend and beginning to build the shelves. As soon as that is done, I get to focus on building what ever miniatures I would like. My wife is pushing me towards fairy cottages and magical buildings.

We shall see. :)

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I got hooked on Dolls' House and Miniature Scene magazine when I discovered they published plans for mini houses, mostly Tudor, every few months. When the Fanceys, the original owners & publishers, sold it to Warner Group, the new owner did away with the periodic houseplans and I did away with my subscription. I doubt if any of those early issues are still around for back order.

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Hi, David.

Welcome from another Kentuckian. I currently live in Shelbyville (30 minutes from Lousiville) after having spent most of my adult life in Lexington.

Patricia

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Another Kentuckian here! Welcome to the forum, can't wait to see some of your work.

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