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Love this game! It's so much fun - and easy for the whole family to play! Why not make your own board?!

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DIY felt campfire ... so fun for imaginative play

From The Needleworker's Constant Companion - A Studio Book/The Viking Press, New York, 1978, 21,5 x 28 cm, 352 pages, relié sous jaquette Édition originale anglaise parue sous le titre The Marshall Cavendish Complete Book of Needlecraft, Marshall Cavendish Limited, 1978

Pretend play tea bags for tea parties- made from fabric scraps. How cute!

Pirate party - step-by-step walk through for making pirate swords out of an old cardboard box