Saturday Greetings 112 has a crochet tote bag, DIY earrings, wet felting, a knit cowl, potholder loom weaving, a frittata, and beef broccoli.
Camelia Tote Bag by All About Ami has a two-part tutorial. You get to the tutorials by clicking on the links in her post about the bag. The Camellia Tote Bag has a sturdy construction using a variety of stitches with thick and comfortable straps. It is segmented into various sections using strong mercerized 24/7 Cotton. You can even personalize the middle panel.
You can purchase a complete kit of Lion Brand yarn, hooks, and notions at Crochet Kit – Camelia Tote Bag.
How cute are these earrings? The maker, Two Cheeky Monkeys, used Lindt chocolate bunny bells, but you could use any bells you have on hand. DIY Bell Earrings
Shellie Wilson for Craft Gossip Felting has assembled 21 Weekend Wet Felting Projects. Projects range from felted pebbles to bowls to slippers.
This Windsor Cowl knit with Lion Brand Wool-Ease yarn would be a fun summer knit. Knit it in your favorite colors. You can download the free pattern at Lion Brand.
Weaving on a Potholder Loom
I have gone crazy weaving on potholder looms. You can read about the lady and the book that started it all for me on my blog post, Potholder Loom Weaving – Book Review.
SATURDAY GREETINGS 112 FINAL THOUGHTS
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