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just came across this author and then came onto mdc to do more research and i found this one dated post that was started.  i will bump in case there anyone is familiar with the approach.  anyone?
Those are pretty colours in the first horse.  I actually think the slip stitch looks nice on this one.  I know crochet patterns can be tricky and trying to complete, so this is awesome as a first project!  Really cute second horse and the photo by the tree is a nice touch.  Crochet is a great creative medium and can be quite structured too.  It's so cool when kids are into this stuff.
found this article: http://mothering.com/green-living/ar...and-sanitizers see the section on 'essential oils'. perhaps there's a good recipe that can be formulated with their recommendations from article: Out of 21 essential oils tested, 19 oils showed antibacterial activity against one or more strains. Cinnamon, clove, geranium, lemon, lime, orange, and rosemary oils showed the most promise, and are one of the reasons for the growing belief of their effectiveness...
bump, anyone?
I think Enki might have a special needs monthly group call. You could email the folks at Enki to find out. You might want to look at the curriculum samples to check out this Waldorf-inspired curriculum to see if it might work for your family. http://www.enkieducation.org/
Quote: Originally Posted by luv-my-boys I wanted to share this link with you (and others) its a great site with lots of info and patterns for different cloth pads. *snip* http://www.labyrinth.net.au/~obsidia...Ypads/DIY.html great site with such helpful information! thank you!!
Would you sew mama cloth using organic cotton velour fabric? I have several yards that I got in a trade and I'm thinking about using the fabric to sew reusable menstrual pads. Any tips? How do you think the SnapSetter tool would work for this project? Any great pattern links would be appreciated! If there are cotton velour mama pads links, let me know! tia!
I'm looking for a knitting or crochet pattern for reusable menstrual pads. Does anyone know of any out there? I searched ravelry and found one, but it's not free. I'd rather a free pattern. Something like this knitted pad. tia!
I would think that health insurance brings a little peace of mind, esp. when tragedy strikes. If I were to end up in a situation where immediate treatment was needed, I wouldn't want treatment costs to be a factor in an already stressful situation.
I love the Julia Child French omelette! (via youtube)
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