Buying a box of fifteen German kugels started Beverly Weir-Longacre on a collection of holiday ornaments that now numbers about 3,000.
Loading up a goody basket to share with family and friends is a simple, satisfying, and scrumptious way to
share a homemade Christmas.
Beth Karp melds her passions for collecting antique dolls and Christmas ornaments into charming holiday vignettes for every room of her house.
When the Wild West started at the Ohio River, Benjamin Henry Latrobe designed a mansion for Thomas Worthington on a hilltop overlooking civilization’s edge.
You can create a stunning centerpiece for your holiday table with some fresh greens and sugared fruits swirled around a conical frame.
We borrowed patterns from redware plates found in museums to decorate these gingerbread ornaments for tummy and tree.
Among the oldest and most functional of furniture, the simple bench served colonists for seating and working—and makes an easy holiday gift project.
Plimoth Plantation shares a knitting pattern for the type of hand-warmers the earliest settlers brought with them to America’s shores.
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