On this page you'll find a list of free projects and my favorite links. Just click on a picture to view printable directions. New projects are being added to this page regularly, so check back often. If you want to be notified when new projects are posted, please join the mailing list. Have fun!
Why Waldorf Works. Find book reviews, articles, current news, inspiration and other resources about Waldorf Education for teachers, parents and homeschoolers. Visit: http://www.whywaldorfworks.org/
A to Z Home's Cool is THE place for Homeschooling support! They share seasoned advice and best resources on almost every topic a homeschooling parent could be seeking! Over 450 in-site pages of information and links to hundreds more. Their articles are informative and their resources are limitless! This is a site that should be on every homeschooling parent's "Favorites" list!
A website for Flower Fairy Fans! Learn their secrets and read their poems, and also while you're there you can download directions for making a Daisy Fairy Costume, send a Fairy Letter (email) to a friend, read your Fairy Scope, and research all your favorite flower fairies with the Fairy Finder! I highly recommend a visit to this gentle, fairy fun website. It's one you'll enjoy sharing with your children. Visit: http://www.flowerfairies.com/
Making Friends and Other Crafts for Kids is a wonderful site for craft projects. It is updated regularly and also sells supplies. Visit: http://www.makingfriends.com
Do you like to shop online? The WaldorfShop Network Directory is the authority for all-natural products and toys, educational materials, books, and other Waldorf-related resouces. Visit: http://www.waldorfshop.net/directory.html
KinderArt offers one of the largest collection of free art lessons on the internet. These aren't just simple crafts, this site gets into different techniques and mediums. Find some great ideas to incorporate into your lesson plans. Visit: http://www.kinderart.com
Although Cloth Doll Magazine is no longer being published, back issues are still available through their website. Each issue has excellent articles, patterns, tips and resource ideas. Visit: http://www.theclothdoll.com/
The Home Sewing Association's goal is to get people sewing! It has many wonderful projects, including quite a few for children and teens. I get a lot of ideas for my sewing classes for children from this excellent site. Visit: http://www.sewing.org/
Looking for appealing sewing projects for preteen and teenage sewers? Check out the Sew Young, Sew Fun site for projects, patterns and advice. Create a CD Holder, stuff for your room and locker, easy-to-sew gifts and more. They even have an easy Princess, along with other costume patterns!
Looking for easy sewing projects and a way for you or your children to give back and help others in need? The Project Linus website has many quick and easy-to-sew free quilt patterns, along with a list of Project Linus charitable organizations (listed by state) looking for blanketeers. An excellent charity project for schools, scouting organizations or church groups. Visit: http://www.projectlinus.org/
"Make Your Own Costume: A Beginner's Guide to Sewing"
When I'm not in my sewing room, it's a good bet that you'll find me in the kitchen. Cooking is one of my greatest joys! Over the years, I've created many recipes that are out-of-this-world delicious, but with a twist (they're good for you too). Visit my kitchen blog to try a variety of wholesome, low carb, low sugar dishes that you and your family will love!
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