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  1. Lillian-Rose from Australia.
    Lillian-Rose from Australia. at |

    G’day to new friends, I was really pleased to find this idea on your pin board. I have to admit I’m old enough to remember doilies everywhere. I can also remember lace doilies with ceramic or glass beads crocheted into the outer edge of the doilies, that were used as covers over cream or milk jugs. These were classic uses for doilies back then. This new idea of Doily Dream Catchers, could well be called a classic use of doilies in 30+ years time too. I’ll have to teach my eldest Grand-daughter how to make her own Dream Catchers, too easy and so much fun.
    Thanks so much – from Lillian-Rose Australia.

    1. Penelope Quinn
      Penelope Quinn at |

      Thanks for your message Lillian-Rose! I make these with my friend’s daughters and they really love them – so fun and easy to make! xp

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