A quilt fabric company, Andover Fabrics, has recently launched an official collection of Little House on the Prairie fabrics in three gorgeous lines. You can see which stores near you carry Andover Fabrics if you want the official ones. This simple McCall's pattern creates a gorgeous, authentic looking dress and bonnet perfect for dressing up. (Amazon, $10)
I used to have some of the Little House on the Prairie videos, but that was last millennium. Lions Gate has completely remastered all the DVDs, so they are really pretty now. I bought the first season this summer to introduce my kids to it during a road trip. Now I can pick up the entire collection of high-def DVDs in a cute house-shaped collector’s box set. Adorable! (Amazon, $109)
I’ll be honest — every time I see Pa make something beautiful out in the barn, I want to grab some tools and go make something! That sounds like a little bit of a hazard, so I’m thinking one of these make-your-own toy kits (where things are laid out a little more step-by-step) might be the way to go. Unless you want to make your own corncob doll, try one of these fun kits:
Speaking of dolls, what little girl didn’t fall in love with Susan when they read Little House in the Big Woods? Once I graduated to 18-inch dolls, I ended up with a doll with brown hair like mine, and I would sometimes braid it to play Laura Ingalls. The Queen’s Treasures is just a couple of decades too late with their launch of the Little House on the Prairie accessories collection for 18-inch dolls, but this would be brilliant for my daughter and her doll! I love that wagon! (The Queen's Treasures, $150)
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