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Thread: A play stove

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    A play stove

    This pattern is in German, but I think it wouldn't be too hard to figure out. Very cute for someone who doesn't have room for a play stove.http://de.dawanda.com/product/39188290-Kinderkueche
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    Looks easy enough to copy without translating. saw this the other day and I think its neat.

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    That's super cute.
    People who start projects and never finish them are cooler
    than people who never start projects at all.


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    I made a playhouse with fabrics that fit over a card table when my kids were small. They spent hours playing in that and it was passed on to the grandkids. There are patterns for those somewhere.

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    Brilliant idea.

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    Thanks for sharing - it is a very cute idea.

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    That is adorable. My sisters and I used to put chairs together and a cloth on top with our dolls sitting at the table. We had actual ceramic dish sets and learned to be very careful. We used my dad's discarded handkerchiefs as napkins for linen.

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    You could pack it up and go to gma's.

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    What a wonderful idea! I love it wished I had one when I was little and so practical remove and fold for another play day.

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    I think my great-niece is too old for that. I know I could've spent hours playing with something similar. I may have to just make one.
    Aurora

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    What a clever idea. I have all grandsons,(10) and only 1 granddaughter. My oldest Grandson is expecting a girl in March. They call her the "Tummy dweller" and I think that is so cute. Maybe I'll have to make one of those for her in a year or so

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