Let’s Make Crocheted Bowls

I love lace… it’s so delicate and pretty.

It reminds me of my grandmother.

When I found white crochet lace doilies at our local craft shop recently, I knew exactly the craft they were waiting for … pretty lace bowls.

 

Make a crochet lace bowl : The Magic Onions : www.theMagicOnions.com

 

This is an easy craft that your kids will enjoy. There’s something children REALLY love about getting their hands all slimy and squishy with glue.

Materials needed :

  • Craft glue
  • a balloon
  • a crochet doily

1.  Blow up the balloon and set it on a bowl to hold it in place.

2.   Pour a generous amount of glue into a bowl.

3.   Soak the doily in the glue. Massage glue into the doily.

4.   Spread the wet doily over the balloon, making sure the center of the doily is over the center of the balloon.

5.   Flatten the doily out so that there are no creases and the ends of the doily are straight and symmetrical .

6.    Set aside to dry completely (+- 24 hours)

7.  When the glue is completely dry, the doily will feel hard to the touch. Pop the balloon with a pin and remove it from your lace bowl.

Voila! What a stunning lace bowl you have made.
Make a crocheted lace bowl : The Magic Onions : www.theMagicOnions.comMake a crocheted lace bowl : The Magic Onions : www.theMagicOnions.comMake a crocheted lace bowl : The Magic Onions : www.theMagicOnions.comMake a crocheted lace bowl : The Magic Onions : www.theMagicOnions.comMake a crocheted lace bowl : The Magic Onions : www.theMagicOnions.com

 

We used a similar technique to make a No-Knit-Yarn-Nest a few years ago.

Happy crafting,

Blessings and magic,

Donni

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  1. That’s A-doily-bowl! Love it :)

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