We are a Waldorf-inspired homeschooling family living in the beautiful windswept Magdalen Islands. This is a record of the beauty and joy that fill our days. Thank you for visiting!
oh my goodness - what an amazing shawl and what a special gift.
Thank you Tonya!
Gorgeous, gorgeous! I am still working on Ysolda's KAL but it's so many stitches long now and the lace... yikes. But I'm inspired by your shawl. Nice work!
Thank you! Ysolda's patterns are beautiful. Good luck!
This is an absolutely beautiful shawl! I'm sure your friend will love it -- I know *I* would! :-)
Thank you Rachel!
Ohhh! Sarah... Il est magnifique! La couleur, le modèle et... l'intention de faire plaisir! On y voit tout ça, dans la lumière de tes photos! Passe une belle journée! xx
Merci Trichat! C'est un cadeau pour Jan justement. Notre voyage à SQUAM nous a beaucoup rapproché. Bonne journée à toi.
Beautiful - your friend is very lucky to receive such a gift.
Hi! I'm sorry this is a question unrelated to your shawl, although it's very beautiful! I just discovered your blog as I'm sifting through my choices for a first grade curriculum for next year. We are also a Waldorf-inspired family, but I'm stuck on figuring out what will fit us well for next year. May I ask what curriculum, if any, you use? Or do you put lessons together yourself? I'd love to hear, if you have any time to respond. Many thanks!
Hello, I've been using Waldorf Essentials Grade 1 bundle as well as a French curriculum called Ecole-de-la-terre because I homeschool my children in French. I also do put some lessons together myself. I have been using Christopherus packages for the older grades (with my older children) and I really like them, so I'm sure that their Grade 1 material must be very good. I hope this is helpful… Good luck to you!
A beautiful shawl! I just found your blog and am awestruck with the beauty of your island...I live on an island too--only on the South Pacific! Merci an aloha (blessings), Lori