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After I finished my runner from last week, I wasn't sure what to knit next. I know that I need to make a run to the yarn store to stock up on some new yarn, and I didn't have time to get there this past weekend. Instead, I decided to go back to my dish cloth knitting. I really love this chevron pattern, I think it is going to make a really nice set of dish cloths. I am … [Read more...] about knitting and reading
One of the best reasons to homeschool is the flexibility. We love the option to take off days when we need to, and the ability to make up days on the weekends if need be. This is how homeschooling seamlessly flows into living our lives. Several years ago I read on a homeschool blog about how the family would be taking the entire month of December off from homeschooling. I was … [Read more...] about Preparing for a Long Homeschool Break!
I have done it! I am officially done knitting my runner - my very short runner! Actually, it is perfect. The shelf that it will eventually be going on top of is only about two feet wide, so it will be just on the top of the shelf, which is what I wanted. I thought that I would go on to the second ball of green yarn that I had, but then remembered that I have a baby who likes to … [Read more...] about knitting and reading
If you have been reading here at all the past several months, you know that we are studying US History this year in our homeschool. We have been talking about Christopher Columbus and all that entails (in a much more kid appropriate way) as well as the Native Americans that were here before us, and of course the Vikings – that is always a fun subject. We just finished up our study of … [Read more...] about Plimoth Plantation Resources for Homeschoolers