Countryside Magazine Contributor
When I gathered the flowers from the goldenrod plant for a bouquet, I realized this lacy, yellow vision could be a natural dye for wool.
Add these breeds to your flock and in no time, you could be collecting green, blue, cream, pinkish and even chocolate brown eggs.
For Teresa Perleberg, of Bear Creek Design and Felting, wool is the preferred medium for sculpting. “I never knew I could sculpt until I found wool. There are no seams
When you know how to crochet a scarf you have the foundation of skills needed to create blankets and clothing from yarn.
Beets make an excellent natural clothing dye for t-shirts and scarves – and the leftover cooked beets make great brownies.
What meat preservation methods can you use to sustain your hunt or protein harvest? There are many options. What you choose depends on your resources.
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