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If you want to learn how to sew and do machine or hand embroidery, you need to know how to select the correct sewing needles!
Read knitting patterns correctly and you'll know how to knit projects successfully! When you understand what the pattern says about the knitting gauge, yarn, and needles, it works.
Learn how to care for items made from cashmere yarn and the interesting history of cashmere goats.
It's fun and easy to make homemade slime, and you can make glow-in-the-dark slime, too!
Wondering what to do with your young toddler? Try tot school for early learning at home!
While it is great for crocheting, knitting, and weaving, cotton yarn carries a dark history. A lot of blood has been shed for cotton fiber and continues to be shed.
Understanding the female fertility cycle is important not only for trying to conceive or for natural birth control, but also so that you can spot if you have a health problem.
Try spinning yarn with a spinning wheel or drop spindle. You can use the woolen or worsted methods.
We are experimenting with a solar oven and solar cooking and dehydrating on our urban homestead.
Become your own free designer and be a cross stitch pattern maker. It's easier than you think!
When choosing counted cross stitch fabric, it's important to consider the fabric count, fiber, and color.
I'm about halfway there in converting the whole website to the new layout. The total for the whole site is around 160 pages, whew! This new design should look even better across all mobile devices. Please let me know what you think.
Learn down to earth technology and traditional skills that will help you survive urban homesteading and grow strong.
Learn the process for raising silkworms and growing your own silk fiber through sericulture.
Here is my SBI review about how I learned to build an online business and follow my passions.