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"Le chant du cygne–an emotional farewell"
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WeekendMiniaturist

I have been 'harvesting' all the Thomas' articles as time permits from Old Miniature Magazines... to have them all together in one place for my structure reference.   Pat wrote about the 62nd structure and posted a notice of the final article for the blog today.

A treasure trove of information lives on in those magazine articles and the smallhousepress blog.  Thank you Pat & Noel for the inspiration and knowledge that you have shared with us.

If you were to teach just one more class....! 

It has been an incredible legacy.

Enjoy the next phase of the adventure!

 

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WeekendMiniaturist

I invite past customers, fans and students of Pat & Noel Thomas to post about your experiences - someday perhaps Pat & Noel will stop by and wave "Hi!"

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Mesouth

Great topic, Tamra! I had the pleasure of taking a class with Pat and Noel sometime in the 80’s in New Orleans. We built the Greene & Greene Bungalow. They are masterful teachers and I learned so much! I use so many of their techniques, often! I did not complete this build at the time, but came back to it years later and it is one of my favorites. I still have a little roof work to complete., but it is displayed proudly in my living room.  Completion of the interior was not part of the class, so the interior includes a lot of my own design. I did a lot of research on Arts and Crafts decor and many elements in my build repeat a thistle design. My daughter named it Thistlethwaite. I still need one more piece of furniture. I think a chair by Lars Mikkelsen is in the near future.

Martha

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