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Experiment with various crochet stitches and types of yarn in crochet scarf patterns. They're so fast and easy to make!
I figured out how to make gluten free gingerbread cookies you can roll for cookie cutters! They're egg-free dairy-free yet taste and smell absolutely delicious.
Stitch and finish a handmade counted cross stitch Christmas stocking for a family heirloom to make the holidays memorable.
While homeschooling September kindergarten using a Waldorf inspired educational style we learned about dragons, kites, and observed trees.
Want to start early homeschooling with a preschooler or toddler? Here are some ideas for tot school and home preschool.
Here's a list of my favorite crochet pattern books. I also explain crochet hook sizes in a useful chart.
Need a grain-free recipe for squash quiche? This one works for the gluten-free, casein-free diet.
Prepare delicious, fully-cooked food without electricity and learn from our experiments with a solar oven and solar cooking on our urban homestead.
Have you ever seen a black swallowtail butterfly? I ended up raising butterflies as part of our urban farming only a month after we got started.
We're still growing strong through May kindergarten 1, learning about trees and the animals who live in them.
Step by step photos and instructions of how egg ornaments, also known as traditional Ukrainian pysanky, are handmade.
Enjoy the taste of cheesy breaded cauliflower without the pains of food sensitivities. With this recipe, learn how to cook cauliflower so everyone can enjoy it.
Follow our homeschooling adventures for April kindergarten 1 as we meet Mother Nature in our stories and learn about how plants grow.
Watch us bloom and grow while homeschooling spring kindergarten 1 as we go on nature walks and learn in a Waldorf inspired style.
For homeschooling March kindergarten 1, we'll work on letter recognition and lots of other fun topics including rocks and erosion.