Here’s a cool woodworking project from Laura and Katie of Duo Fiberworks over on Prudent Baby. They share their plans and step-by-step instructions for building a wee wooden ironing board and iron. This is the kind of toy that would be passed down to kids and grandkids. Sadly, the irony (pun intended) in my house is that my kids would think this is just something you use when you’re sewing …

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    My kids only know ironing from crafts, but I’m happy about that, having had a mother who slaved over her board. She gave me a toy ironing board, and the day I plugged in the little rope from the toy iron is the day I discovered why kids should stay away from wall outlets.