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Anonymous said...

I have a Willowcrest I've been working on or have had for over 20 years. I have lost the instructions but have most of it put together and your blog has been amazing help. My question though is what size scale is it so when I buy furniture for it.......Thanks, Marianne

Gina said...

The Willowcrest uses 1 inch scale (1:12) furniture.


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