January 2014

brothers,monthly | Friday, January 31st, 2014

The weather – it’s been a gorgeous month of blue skies and fog. We spent the first half of the month getting over colds 1 at a time and getting back out into the sunshine has been deeply nourishing. Our tree remains in the back alley along with the remains of last years – oops. There has been much knitting and story time. i am obsessed with making the Barley hat (ravelry). i’ve been perusing some textile design books and feeling the urge to try out some more dyeing and printing – at this point I’m just trying to use what supplies i have. What sort of craftiness are you folks getting up to these days?

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best Christmas gift – Little A’s woven basket. xxxxx this. 

basket woven by Arlo

i call this my little Geninne corner.

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a toe chilling beach morning;

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solar powered car;

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porch fishing;

porch fishing

a very January way of eating;

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my spelt soba noodles with watercress above is largely inspired by Harvest below where i have been lunching frequently this month;

harvest with Kachina

preventative measures in our battle against small pests;

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We were lucky to see the Nutcracker this Winter and both the music and dance have made a great impression on this little guy. We have daily Tchaikovsky dance sessions;

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i’m knitting a blanket to warm up our leather couch – 1 row at a time;

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quite possibly the sweetest moment of the month;

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Little A’s hat/cowl that he has been working on in his hand works class. so so proud of him!!

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kids art;

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idye grey and navy on hemp, linen and cotton – so fun, easy and satisfying;

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Beautiful beach days with the 2 littlest;

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(a knit shot – he’s wearing his big brother’s hat here);

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well if you made it to the end then thank you for being a truly committed blog peruser. I may very well be tapering off to 1 blog post per month that is limited in words and heavy in photos.

brothers 2013

brothers,monthly | Tuesday, December 31st, 2013

January;

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February;

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march;

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April;

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May;

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June;

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July;

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August;

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September;

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October;

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November;

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December 2013

brothers,celebrations,monthly,seasons | Monday, December 30th, 2013

December is a month of so much going on. Post-Christmas i’m prepared to do very little and in need of a little New Year’s Fire to get me going again. Here’s a jumble of photos from the home front; 

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Little M’s projects;

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Saint Nicholas morning;

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Advent morning treasure seeking;

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“Dear Advent Elves, i have enjoyed your gifts. My favorite was the stone owls…”;

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care to share favorite waffle recipes? Aside from a drizzle of maple syrup these ones are all decked out without added sugar – spelt flour, summer blubes and avalon cream. 

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first snow;

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excited?!;

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November 2013

brothers,day to day,monthly,seasons | Saturday, November 30th, 2013

putting the garden to rest;

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darker days;

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early mornings for hungry dragons;

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School Christmas Fair;

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German Winter Market;

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September 2013

beaches,brothers,day to day,home,monthly,seasons | Sunday, September 29th, 2013

Little A is back to school and in good time i think. He was ready to reconnect with friends after our long summer and the brothers are really going through some rivalries these days so the space is good. i wish i could say that i am full of projects and busyness but i’m just not feeling it these days. At the tail end of recovery from a mild concussion & benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, i’m all about single tasking and doing little. The winds are blowing, conkers falling, leaves piling, rhythms shifting…September is always huge;

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Miachaelmas time – each of us taming our own dragon;

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