Looks like fun! I've never done it, though...soon, perhaps!
Soap making Recipes and Instructions by Elaine White Looks like it's an advertisement for her book, but includes lots of really good information.
Soap Making : A ton of really great links and information about soap making...even has an article about old time soap making.
Kid's Domain Craft Exchange - I usually avoid kid's stuff, but this recipe for easy soap is perfect if you're after pretty shapes, not making your own soap from scratch.
Pioneer Thinking is a really cool general craft site...covers things like preserving pumpkins, Ayurveda healing and, well, soap making....
Bead Street is a really cool page full of links and free bead work projects.
I have more clipart links on my computer page.
More Clip Art
About.com's Fantasy Clipart page http://webclipart.about.com/internet/webclipart/msub16.htm
Acacia Victorian Floral Clip Art
Free Stained Glass Patterns on the Web
More Stained Glass Patterns
Stained Glass Links for Free Stained Glass Patterns
Stained Glass Pattern Archive
Stained Glass Patterns.com
You need to down load their free enlarging software, but some of their patterns are very pretty. I have not used their software, so I have no idea how it works.
Stained Glass Art by Kinuku Laskey: Some very pretty, simple designs.
Visions in Stained Glass: Thy have some very nice links, but really, I'm putting their link here because their works are so purty. Take a look if you're into fantasy flavoured things.
Spectrum Glass Patterns: Some very nice patterns, including a dragon.
Free Patterns Net:
Costumes of All Nations
Costumes of Myanmar (Burma)
Costumes of the Levant
Another costume page....
LACMA Permemnant Costume Collection
some very beautiful examples of historical textiles and clothes.
Max Tilke: Oriental Costumes Their Design and Color
Is a paper, with illustrations.
NGA: Costumes from the Index of American Design
Ren Faire Costumes
The Costumer's Manefesto
A very complete and excellent site!!
The History of Costume by Braun and Scheider
Is an online edition of the book. The book is also available from Dover.
The Way We Wore
Is a costuming business, with many pictures of clothing that they have reproduced for sale. They have clothes from the 40's to the 70's. I have never purchased from them, but I like to gape (and drool) at their clothes.
Cross Stitch & Embriodery
My Craft World