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Learn about the different yarn weights and how to determine what thickness of yarn you have. Is that handspun yarn a worsted yarn?
Learn how to care for items made from cashmere yarn and the interesting history of cashmere goats.
Try felting wool at home in your washing machine! Learn about traditional waulking for fulling wool or try needle felting.
Follow along with our homeschooling activities as we have our first day of school for autumn kindergarten 1 and begin our homeschool adventures.
Decide on the best fiber blend for your sock yarn and learn how to choose the right yarn colors.
Need a grain-free recipe for squash quiche? This one works for the gluten-free, casein-free diet.
Here's a list of my favorite Instant Pot recipes with cooking times and why I love it so much!
Do you know how to find toy knitting patterns that will make safe, hypoallergenic knit toys? I'll share safety tips and suggest some patterns for knitting projects.
Want to learn how to knit? There are only two basic knitting stitches, knit and purl. Advanced knitting patterns combine them in different ways.
Learn how to crochet with some basic instructions on how to use crochet stitches, yarns, and patterns.
Find out how I found our favorite homeschool music curriculum and why early pitch exposure and training is so important for developing ears.
To learn how to crochet, you need to know the basic crochet stitches like single crochet and double crochet. Advanced stitches build on these.
Find the best crochet afghan patterns and ideas for crochet granny squares to use your leftover yarn scraps.
Find the best crochet sweater patterns to learn how to crochet and make yourself a crochet vest or sweater.
Once you start gardening and getting in touch with nature, you might want to explore natural family health ideas.