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The Pencil Book Sneak Peek – Pencil Weaving

I am so excited to be able to share a craft from the pages of our book with you. The Pencil Book, which will be published on the 2nd of October, is full of fun crafts and ideas for things … Continue reading

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Our Etsy Shop

For a little while now we had been thinking about opening our very own Etsy shop. I have been knitting a lot of pumpkins for our Nature Table, and almost every day a friend asks me to make one for … Continue reading

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Rag Rugs and Silks

We have been learning a bit about textiles recently, about the journey from their creation to their final resting place as grey fluff inside mattresses. The other day we were talking about how there are many uses for broken clothes, … Continue reading

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Waldorf Weather Gnomes – Of Wool and Wood – Announcing the Winner

The winner of the Waldorf Weather Gnomes is… Ria Thompson! Congratulations! To thank you all for your amazing response the wonderful Karen of Of Wool and Wood is offering 10% off for all readers of Here We Are Together. Just … Continue reading

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Rainbow Curtains

Anthony knows that, when I start a sentence with “Please don’t think I’m crazy,…“, I probably have some sort of (crazy) plan. “Please don’t think I’m crazy,..but do we have a cable long enough for me to iron the playroom … Continue reading

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Colour and a Waldorf Playroom Sneak Peek

We are working on creating a beautiful Waldorf playroom for the little ones, in what used to be our living room. Our weekend has been absolutely amazing, and filled with a whole lot of dyeing, crafting, cutting, painting, sticking, sewing … Continue reading

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Baking Pinecones

Yesterday we went out to collect a few pinecones. Whenever we gather pinecones we make sure to bake them in the oven. When you bake pinecones they open fully and release sap, which makes your whole home smell wonderful. The … Continue reading

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