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Learn down to earth technology and traditional skills that will help you survive urban homesteading and homeschooling grow strong.
Stitch and finish a handmade counted cross stitch Christmas stocking for a family heirloom to make the holidays memorable.
Learn how to make homemade candles, one of the easiest traditional homemade crafts.
Follow along with our homeschooling activities as we have our first day of school for autumn kindergarten 1 and begin our homeschool adventures.
Learn how to make curtains and other practical homemade crafts I use for our urban homestead.
Here are the details about what we did for homeschooling October kindergarten 1 using a Waldorf inspired educational style.
Try spinning yarn with a spinning wheel or drop spindle. You can use the woolen or worsted methods.
The umbrella swift is a tool used when spinning yarn or unwinding a yarn skein. It helps to transfer the yarn from a skein to a ball once you remove the yarn from the spinning wheel or drop spindle.
I have collected traditional homemade recipes for my area and created a downloadable recipe book with everything from scrapple to strawberry rhubarb pie.
When you are homeschooling math through play and games, it makes learning a lot more fun, memorable, and applicable to real life.
Want to enjoy spinning yarn anywhere? The drop spindle is very portable and can be used for spinning wool with one hand with some practice.
It's easy to make homemade playdough and a great learning experience! Add it to your collection of homemade toys.
You can learn how to weave interesting weaving patterns and try some projects for weaving yarn at any age.
Here are the details about what we did for homeschooling September kindergarten 1 using a Waldorf inspired educational style.
Learning how to weave weaving patterns includes knowing the difference between tabby and twill. Advanced patterns build on these basics.