It's really special, not to mention it has lots of free patterns for doll clothes and some very interesting tutorials and tips on how to create all those divine costumes. (I wasn't even aware that a world like this exists - I mean so many different dolls and such rich embellished clothes. I feel like a child in a candy store when browsing that site.)
Two of my favourite tips at the moment are:
1. How to create a bodice or any kind of clothes for any dolls: use paper towel to help you create a pattern http://www.antiquelilac.com/queen-of-the-night---a-creative-journey---tutorials.html .
What a great and simple technique to be able to make the right size clothes. I wish I could do something like that for real people.
I found on the net to use an interface (http://miniatures.about.com/od/dollshousedolls/ss/Custom-Fit-A-Basic-Doll-Clothing-Pattern-To-Any-Doll-Basic-Torso-Shell.htm#step8) to do just that and I thought that was brilliant at the time but you must admit that paper towel is cheaper than interface.
2. How to embellish lace (or other ribbons) with beads: http://www.antiquelilac.com/victorian-ballgown---tutorials.html
(I have lots of beads but I never knew what to do with them.)
I said two tips but just one more - a beaded picot around the neckline: http://bjdcollectasy.com/2012/02/26/picot-beading/
(I wonder if I could do this for my own shirts not just dolls.)