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a small round piece of linen placed under a dish or bowl

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After our discussion, we make plates out of clay and, using inexpensive lace doilies from the Dollar Store, press designs into the clay.
Ingredients: Non-slip rug backing A sturdy piece of fabric or pieces of fabric patched together Fabric glue Fabric scraps and doilies, lace or other embellishments that catch your eye Fancy coloured thread Matt varnish Handy dandy sewing kit Method: Measure the exact size that you want your rug to be and cut the non-slip backing.
Ingredients: Non-slip rug backing A sturdy piece of fabric or pieces of fabric patched together Fabric glue Fabric scraps and doilies, lacy bits or other embellishments that catch your eye Fancy coloured thread Matt varnish Your handy dandy sewing kit Method: Measure the exact size that you would like your rug to be and cut this size out of the non-slip rug backing.
I'm a fan of doilies: I've been collecting them, different ones, embroidered doilies, much to the chagrin of my long suffering fiance.
Paper doilies can be repurposed to add an ornate touch to a ho-hum gift box.
FORGET tea cosies and doilies - crochet is the new star of the catwalk thanks to Christopher Kane.
Other items for sale include everything needed to organise a royal wedding street party, from Union flag bunting to plates, napkins and doilies.
Doilies and vol-au-vents will be exchanged for a hog roast, courtly fancy dress and street dancers in the medieval-themed party in Canton, Cardiff.
Crafting has moved beyond crocheted doilies and plywood birdhouses, lovely though they may be.
SOLDIERS DON'T SPEND THEIR DAYS AT DAINTY TEA PARTIES LIFTING CHINA CUPS FROM PAPER DOILIES WITH A LITTLE FINGER IN THE AIR.
In addition to conveying doilies, pallet conveying is also possible within the system.
Throw a few lace doilies around, add a dog and some china ornaments, and voila
Woe betide us if ever someone decides that trees have private parts--they'll all be decked out in doilies overnight.
Colored paper doilies mark twenty-four points along the ellipse formed when the circle is represented in perspective as seen from an angle.