Taryn Wilson

Taryn Wilson

I love inspiring sights. I live on a mountain homestead with my husband and son, chickens and ducks. I blog about our days at: www.woolymossroots.com
Taryn Wilson
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This picture is so heartwarming! And look at those WoolyMossRoots buttons (chickens in Oregon myrtlewood) on my friend Nicole's handknit for her baby boy. Love!

This picture is so heartwarming! And look at those WoolyMossRoots buttons (chickens in Oregon myrtlewood) on my friend Nicole's handknit for her baby boy.

Safe Bed

Looking for nontoxic bedding solutions? Wondering which mattresses are safe? Find out how to choose a safe bed and bedding!

WoolyMossRoots buttons in Oregon cedar wood on Nicole's February Lady Sweater.

Yes, I am keeping you in suspense just a bit longer. Okay, remember the news I wanted to share with all of you but was.

WoolyMossRoots buttons in Oregon cedar wood on Nicole's February Lady Sweater! Could this picture be any more beautiful?

WoolyMossRoots buttons in Oregon cedar wood on Nicole's February Lady Sweater!

Cloth diapers are a great way to save money and avoid harsh chemicals, but getting started can be overwhelming. These tips can help...

Cloth diapers are a great way to save money and avoid harsh chemicals, but getting started can be overwhelming. These tips can help.

Tips and solutions for when a natural mattress isn’t in the budget, including encasing a mattress, reducing EMFs and more.

When A Natural Mattress Isn’t in the Budget Tips and solutions for when a natural mattress isn’t in the budget, including encasing a mattress, reducing EMFs and more.

Recent research suggests that a peanut ball can help shorten labor by 90 minutes and pushing by 23 and reduce c-section rate!

Research and experience are showing that using a peanut ball, similar to a yoga or birthing ball, may help shorten labors even more. Find out why this funny-shaped ball helps engage the core, help mom relax, and help position the pelvis.

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Wednesday Yarn Along (and a few other things)

Our shawl pins can be worn in the hair too!

I've had fun working on this shawl (shawlette?

Susan B. Anderson: Louise Cardigan

Hi, Knitters, I am still on a sweater kick. I have completed three sweaters this summer and I am pretty far on a fourth. I am fee.