This Saturday Greetings 109 has a crochet cowl, a wall pallet bar, knitted dishcloth, a no-sew pillow cover, peg loom weaving, and recipes.
Need a quick gift. Crochet this reversible cowl by Lisa Auch with Bernat Baby Blanket Big Ball chenille yarn.
Make this wall bar from a pallet by following Anita’s detailed instructions.
I bet most of you knit a dishcloth as one of your first projects.
This post caught my eye when I was searching for a knitting project for this week’s newsletter.
Inspired by her Grandmother’s dishcloth pattern, Joy of Artful Homemaking changed the design into a rectangle, added buttons, and hung it over her oven door handle. Get the full story at Grandmother’s Favorite Kitchen Towel Knitting Pattern.
Sewing or No Sew
Yvonne says that “with just a few items and a couple hours you can make this pretty no-sew pillow cover too!”
- Plain pillow cover
- Fusible Webbing
- Pillow insert
This week we are going to learn about peg loom weaving.
This is a very old form of weaving. Using narrow strips of flexible material, you can weave bags, scarves, rugs, and other useful products. Materials used for weaving include fleece, recycled fabrics, trash bags, etc. You can also use the loom to make beautiful bows.
Mike has been craving fried potatoes. Of course, they are not on a Keto diet. I have been avoiding them. I did buy a bag of Russet potatoes, and he is going to fry up some fried potatoes this week. Below is our recipe.
Balsamic Bruschetta Chicken is totally on both my list of good food and Mike’s. He will eat his chicken on pasta, and I will eat mine on zucchini noodles.
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SATURDAY GREETINGS FINAL THOUGHTS
I hope you enjoyed reading Saturday Greetings 109.
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