When I moved to Vermont from Illinois, I had no idea what I was in for when winter rolled around. There was no way that I wasn’t going to go outside, but with temperatures commonly dropping to -20 degrees or lower, I froze my butt off, literally. I swear, after one winter camping trip, my […]
What’s after cloth diapers? Naturally washable training pants are the next step when you choose this route. These are a fun alternative to disposable training pants, and easy to make. Want to see how we save a ton of money by making our own. Check out this tutorial and maybe you’ll be inspired to make […]
Want to dye clothing with a natural, free, and simple method? Learn how to use black walnuts to dye clothing or other fiber with tips from our personal experience. This method uses the husk allowing you to still harvest the edible walnut.
Need to get rid of clothes that your kids have outgrown? Want to find a coat for winter, but short on cash? Try getting your friends together and holding a clothing swap!
Your clothing has a story to tell you. If it says that its cotton, linen, wool, silk, mohair, ramie, angora or nettles — your clothing is made from natural fibers. That may be good or it may not…
Have a broken or worn out drawstring in the hood of a coat? It can be repaired! Here is a simple photo tutorial that shows you exactly how to do it.