There are so very many free clay recipes floating around on the web. It seems like most kids craft websites are simply posting the clay dough recipes without trying the clay first. Hopefully, we’ll be adding more clay recipes in the future but, for now, this is the only one that we have tried for ourselves.
What better way to spend a few hours together than by creating a new species! Kids of all ages can put their drawing and creative skills to the test in creating a new flower. This project would make a great companion to learning about flower names and species.
Olive Squares is another vintage crochet doily pattern I’ve found. The original pattern designer suggests using this pattern to make a counterpane. To me, the pattern is interesting enough to be made into a doily or pillow cover.
The Flower Stand doily is one of several patterns from The Lady’s Album of Fancy Work. This pattern, along with a number of others was first published in 1850.
The Mat for Flower Vase is one of several patterns from The Lady’s Album of Fancy Work. This vintage crochet doily pattern, along with a number of others was first published in 1850.