This Saturday Greetings 108 has tops in three crafts–crochet, knit, & woven, faux-French clocks, and keto-friendly recipes.
Thea Off the Shoulder Crochet Crop by For the Frills is a free pattern designed with Lion Brand Cotton yarn and has a tutorial.
On TV, I have been noticing that people’s homes have these interesting looking clocks on the walls. I found this neat tutorial on how to create beautiful faux-French clocks. FREE PRINTABLE FRENCH CLOCK FACES + WATERCOLOR TECHNIQUE!
Cancun Boxy Lace Top by Erin Kate Archer is a free pattern on Ravelry. You can learn to knit a sampling of lace by knitting two simple rectangles. You then join them at the shoulders and seam the sides. There is also a blurry You Tube Video tutorial.
The Duet Boxy Top is woven with 4 colors of Duet Cotton/Linen Weaving Yarn on a 24″ rigid heddle loom and then sewn by hand into a versatile and one-of-a-kind garment. Designed by Lois Weaver for GIST: Yarn & Fiber.
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Yes, I am still staying on my Keto Zone diet. This journey has been a lot easier than I anticipated. I was a lover of bread and pasta. But, I have learned that those things were not good for my body and health. Since March 22nd, I have lost over 15 pounds. I have almost a flat belly for the first time in my life. I do need to exercise more and get in better physical shape.
Twice a day, I fix a non-keto meal for Mike and a Keto meal for myself (unless I am fasting.). That is enough of an update on my Keto journey. I am slowly coming up with recipes that can satisfy both Mike and myself. I hope you enjoy these recipes.
Here is my recipe for Keto-friendly Baked Chicken Drumsticks.
And, now a keto-friendly pork recipe.
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