Saturday Greetings 104

Saturday Greetings 104

by Cheryl Moreo

Saturday Greetings 104

Today’s Saturday Greetings 104 has craft articles, tutorials, and ideas that I have hand-picked especially for you. You just click on the green text to view the pattern, website, or recipe. A new tab will open up with the new information on your device. This page will be waiting for you at the old tab.



Try your hook on some jewelry. Crochet Jewelry Free Patterns.

crochet patterns
Image by Crochet for You Blog


Last week we had a DIY herb garden. This week I found an old Country Living article from the UK that is on the care of 10 of the Best Herbs for your garden.

Image by Country Living UK


Do you remember coin purses similar to this one? Now, you can knit one. Frankie Brown’s free pinwheel purse pattern is free on Ravelry.

pinwheel purse
Image by Frankie Brown


I found this blog post by Sarah Gunn that I thought all you sewers might like to read. It is about how her family coping with the pandemic, and how she decided to perk up her family meals. Enjoy Goodbye Valentino’s blog post, Cocktails for Mimi.

Image by Goodbye Valentino


This past week I released the first post in a series about Rigid Heddle Weaving. This series strives to answer some questions about rigid heddle weaving and encourage others to explore rigid heddle weaving.

Rigid Heddle Loom:  What Does Rigid Heddle Mean?


During this home confinement time, we have been trying to stay out of stores, including the grocery store. We have always kept a well-stocked refrigerator, freezer, and pantry. Plus, we use Amazon Subscribe & Save  (saves us up to 15% on our orders) for our pet food, toilet paper, paper towels, snacks, and more. We also use Schwan’s for most of our meat, fish, and vegetables. I shopped at our local IGA for fresh vegetables, milk, and eggs yesterday. It had been over two weeks since my last fresh produce trip. And, yes, I have been able to stay on my doctor-monitored Keto Zone Diet.

Image by Three Olives Branch


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Saturday Greetings 104

1 thought on “Saturday Greetings 104”

  1. Martha Cronkhite

    What a fun newsletter this week! Sage, chives and dill plants/seeds are on my herb shopping list, and I printed off the pinwheel purse as a new quarantine project. I’ve already read the rigid heddle loom column from earlier in the week. Thanks for all the new and pertinent info!

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