2 for $10! Spring Sale!
Spring 2009 and The Work of Our Hands on sale through April for $10.00! Descriptions below.
7 Seasons at Home Magazines, FREE SHIPPING!! Use this cart button for bundle. The bundle includes: Spring, Summer and Holiday 2008, Spring, Summer and Holiday 2009, full year issues PLUS The Work of Our Hands 2011, for only $55.00 and FREE SHIPPING! Descriptions below!
(Free shipping to the U.S. only, please email us for a shipping quote before ordering if you live outside the U.S.!) Note: Holiday 2007 is not included in the bundle sale.
We do ship our magazines internationally to some countries. Please choose the appropriate selection from the drop down box!
Full Year Issues, 2008 — 3 Issues
Spring, Summer and Holiday 2008 — Full descriptions of each below.
Full Year Issues, 2009 — 3 Issues
Spring, Summer and Holiday 2009 — Full descriptions of each below.
2011 — The Work of Our Hands
The Work of Our Hands will have the wonderful things each issue has had in the past.
Make Simple Bunk Beds with the Wise Guy for the dads, The Hundred Acre Wood tea, Keeping Goats & Chickens (A visit to a family farm), Beginning Hardanger with a Joyous Notecard, Dyeing Yarn and Ribbon, Farmhouse Foods, Living Books, Just For Boys, and how about some encouragement from Amy Pak from Homeschool in the Woods? She will contribute a great project from her Industrial Revolution Time Traveler, plus more! 44–48 pgs.
Our first issue, the holiday 2007! Holiday favorites whole grain style with a Dickens Dinner, The School Room includes our Be an Indian and the Boy’s Powdered Gun, Little Ladies do pin curls and vintage cottage boxes, Homespun Treasures include Fall and Christmas table runners, Crazy Quilt Stocking, and Sharing a Holiday Tea.
Along with encouraging articles this a wonderful keepsake. We have limited quantities of this issue left.
Our biggest issue, the spring 2008 is loaded with many articles and projects. Everything Babies is a section dedicated to home birth stories and they were just lovely! We added projects such as diaper making, doll making with the dolly dress pattern, crocheting a baby blanket, and baby scrapbooking. Boys will enjoy our pushcart project for father’s and sons!
Although the girls loved it when finished, this project is definitely for dads to take on with the boys. This issue contained a lovely “Anne of Green Gables Tea”, Romantic Era hair for little ladies, Growing Your Own Food, Bagels, sourdough bread and much more in this one.
Flowers of Virtue, Stitching Old Fashioned Flowers, Summer Rag Quilting, Little Ladies Victorian Tea, Make a Hope Chest (Father project), Whole Grain Flat Breads, Ice Cream Cones and Pasta!
One of our favorite issues!
Our first issue, the holiday 2007! Holiday favorite
Another fun holiday issue! Thanksgiving and Christmas are our favorite times of the year when it comes to projects. Quilt An Advent Calendar, Rag Rugs, Making Candy Canes, and A Little Women Tea.
The School Room section contains a Mini Unit Study on Thanksgiving with projects by Amy Pak, Timelines by Amy Pak, Classical Music, Diagramming, A Harvest Tea with projects, Roasting a Pumpkin for Stew, Granola, Wassail and more!
Moms, this is the issue with the lovely kitchen pantry my husband built for me. You will love it! The shelves are far enough apart for me to get my Nutrimill, 12 Liter cooker and more on the bottom!
The Hope Chest: Quilting, The Teacher’s Desk (Father project), Build a Boy’s Toolbox, Homemade Yogurt, Hair Hankies, Homemade Soap, A Honeybee Tea, A Pleated Sewing Case and more!
Drying Food for Baking, Relish and Beans, Wholegrain Tortillas, Embroidered Sewing Bag, and Cute Pin Cushions.
This issue also contains Make a Bookshelf, (what homeschool family doesn’t need another!), Troubleshooting a Small Engine, Regency Tea Treats, and A Prairie Tea along with making Prairie Hats!
Our holiday crafting and baking issue! In this issue you’ll find homemade everything; Christmas Cards, Ribbon Angels, Wrap Skirts, Ice Candles, Old Fashioned Candy, Holiday Aprons, a Christmas Tea with lovely recipes, Pretty pies and a lovely, lovely article by my friend Tami Kruse on Springerle molds. She has the option of using these to make adorable crayons, we love it! Note: This issue is smaller than our other issues. 18pgs.