So fun! And yes, the tie and skirt are dee-vine. It's important to look sharp for the 1st day of school. (I just spelled that "shcool." Hehe.)Are you planning on homeschooling long term? What kind of lesson plans are you using? How many kids are in the co-op?Much love to you and the handsome bush boy,Stinky
That is awesome that you can do a homeschool co-op. What a great idea!
That fabric is super cute!!! Do you know who the maker is?
ok i love that skirt and tie! Where did she get the pattern to make that skirt?!?!
ok...I think I also need this skirt for my daughter. Will she sell them?Thanks.Jessica
Erin - I have no idea where she got the pattern - so sorry! :(Mrs S - She got the fabric at an estate sale we went to a few weeks ago. We each got a big box of fabric for $5! I know that's not what you want to hear - once you find good fabric at an estate sale, it's so rare to come by it again if you want more!Jessica - I don't know... I passed on your question to her through email though.Christine - I answered all your questions and more by email. :)
Raechel,I am currently "homeschooling' my four year old. She is learning quickly but do you have any ideas on how to make learning letters and numbers fun? She can count to 100 and says the abcs but she needs help in recognizing them. Can you (if time allows and if you would like to share) share some ideas on fun activities to make this more enjoyable? We only do three hours a day but she is always thrilled to put everything away when finished. LOL.Thank you-Reginareginaomillian@hotmail.com
It sounds like a success to me! Minor hiccups aside, they both look as cute as a button!
Sooo disappointed about the fabric not being sold at a store... absolutely love it!
got to love that tie! way way cute!
I found a very similar fabric Alphabet in TIMELESS TREASURES' SCHOOL DAYS LINE. Hope that may help some.
What a cute idea for a homeschool co-op. Love the pics!
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