Doll wardrobe plans

Anyone have plans for doll wardrobes, with the dolls being 18" high? I can design my own, but would go faster if there was already something.
John
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Formal, casual, couture? Perhaps you could get some ideas from "Project Runway"?
Only kidding.. <G>
I Googled "doll furniture plan", and hit this link to Amazon: <(Amazon.com product link shortened)>
I don't publicly admit to playing with 18"" dolls, as I prefer them around 5'4", and I don't have kids, but it seems that Amazon sells more than a few books on the subject. Perhaps your local library would have some of them, and you'd find lots to work with, at no charge.
I also found this: <http://www.easywoodprojects.com/
You might also have some luck at local craft / hobby stores if you strike out on freebies.
It also seems that an 18" adult doll would work out to ~ 1/4 (3'' 1') scale, so you could even easily go from commercial furniture dimensions. Many dollhouse plans appear to be 1/12 (1" = 1') scale, so if you use a plan for furniture for those houses, simply multiply dimensions by 3.
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I looked on Jim Barry's web site http://www.woodworkersworkshop.com/resources/index.php?catf9
And found:
http://64.233.179.104/translate_c?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&langpair %7Cen&u=http://www.baumarkt.de/b_markt/service/wiege.htm&prev=/language_tools
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