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I have to study up on this now, first grandson born 6/24/11 5lb 11oz I guess we will be going through clothes real quick.
Mocs are great, but they wear out fast if worn all the time. They are easy to make by hand. I make them all the time for our reenactments. You can double or triple up the soles so rocks don't hurt as much and it keeps you in them longer. Replacing soles are easier than making a whole new pair. They don't keep you feet very warm unless you like them with rabbit skins and some wool. They get wet from dew in the morning. I wear a pair of wooden shoes over mine in the morning and it works pretty well for morning chores. I let my kids go barefoot when ever possible including colder weather if they want. It toughens their feet and then they aren't wearing their mocs all the time and they last longer. Look me up on facebook, Theresa Saguto. I have a lot of pictures of them in their buckskins and they last....they are a little harder on their mocs though.
I have three kids and a ton of clothes which doesn’t fit them anymore. I stopped buying clothes for my youngest son as he has clothes of his siblings to wear.___________childrens clothing philadelphia
Thanks for having me!! got little busy as my kid got sick....but i m back now...
I believe knitting will make a big comeback after the shift, and I was just commenting to someone recently how sad it is that sewing, knitting, crochet, quilting, canning, etc, have all become so ignored by the younger generations. Love the posts.
Quote from: Endtimesgal_2012 on October 07, 2012, 10:16:45 AMI believe knitting will make a big comeback after the shift, and I was just commenting to someone recently how sad it is that sewing, knitting, crochet, quilting, canning, etc, have all become so ignored by the younger generations. Love the posts.I agree with you on that sentiment! I also wanted to mention that in my area on Facebook, we now have a local posting where people sell/trade (with an online garage sale) their gently used kids clothing for pennies on the dollar. Since my daughter is expecting, she was thrilled to find out this information. She was able to basically "trade" some of her daughters recently outgrown items for new (well used but new) things for her and the baby she is expecting in Jan. I can certainly see these type of swapping systems being very popular in the aftertimes, even without the computer/online technology being available.
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