Saturday Greetings 111

Saturday Greetings 111

by Cheryl Moreo

Saturday Greetings 111 has a Crochet, Mosquitoes, Custom Fitting, Monstera Deliciosa, Nature Weaving, Knit Lace Tee, & Pizza.


Crochet

Join crochet designer Jess Coppom in the Dahlia Scrapgan Casual Crochet Along. You can work at your own pace and use up different weights of scrap yarn. Also, you will learn the continuous join crochet technique. This technique combines everything seamlessly so you’re left with fewer ends to weave in and a blanket made with zero sewing!

Image by Make and Do Crew

DIY

I have always admired these big plants, but I never really knew their name. They are called the Swiss Cheese Plant (Monstera Deliciosa. Learn how this mother and daughter bought one of them and how to care for one. Enjoy Patti of Hearth and Vine’s post on Monstera Deliciosa Care – Commonly Known As Swiss Cheese Plant.

Image by Hearth and Vine

Health

I don’t know about you, but those pesky mosquitoes have already chased me back into the house. One bite or sighting on me, and I am gone. Lisa Jo Lupo, who has 25 years of experience writing about insect control, tells us how to protect our family from the Zika virus in her post “What Really Works to Repel Mosquitoes?”

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Knitting

Knit in KnitPicks’ cotton Shine Sport Yarn, this tee is perfect for summer get-togethers. Kelda Tee is knit in the round and features a lace bottom panel.

Image by KnitPicks

Sewing

Heather of Heather Handmade has written this handy post on 19 Sewing and Alterations You Can Do Yourself. Learn simple ways to alter your clothes for a custom fit.

Image by Heather Handmade

Weaving

Sssh, I am working on several weaving articles. Keep your eye out for them.

You might enjoy this DIY Weaving Camp idea if you have little ones around. Kristen, in her blog Craftiments gives us ideas for Summer Fun Camp – Nature Weaving Craft and Solar Oven S’mores

Image by Craftiments

Food

Have you tried grilled pizza? Julie of Gimmesomegrilling.com explains step-by-step how to prepare a crispy, chewy pizza crust. You can make grilled pizza using homemade pizza dough and simple ingredients.

Image by Gimmesomegrilling.com

SATURDAY GREETINGS 111 FINAL THOUGHTS

Did you like this post? Please like it below and share it on social media. If you missed last week’s post, click Saturday Greetings.

I hope you enjoyed reading Saturday Greetings 111.

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I appreciate all comments and shares of this Saturday Greetings 111. As they say, “The more the merrier”.

Until next week, please wear a mask around others and stay safe.

Cheryl




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