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Saturday Greetings Newsletter #89

Saturday Greeting Newsletter 89

Saturday Greetings Newsletter #89 is here!

Enjoy these crafting articles, tutorials, recipes, and ideas that I have hand-picked, especially for you.

Crafts and Such


 Art/DIY/Upcycling/Gardening

 How to Grow an Avocado Tree – The Easy Way by Apple Green Cottage

Damjana of Apple Green Cottage shows you you the easy way to grow an avocado tree.

Avocado tree
How to Grow an Avocado Tree by Green Apple House

Crochet

Crochet this cute child-size bandana cowl for the little ones in your life. Three finishing options.

crochet bandana cowl
Child’s Crochet Bandana Cowl by Heidi of Speckles

 Knitting

Patty Lyons has this very informative blog post on Keeping Track of Your Bind Off.

Patty is a great teacher. As a former yarn shop owner at one of the trade shows, I was a student in several of her classes.

counting knit bind offs
Keeping Track of Your Bind Off by Patty Lyons

Quilting/Sewing

Patti of Hearth & Vine has a tutorial for making this lap pillow that holds your reader.

reader holder
Kindle Holder Image by Hearth & Vine

Weaving

Kate of The Weaving Loom shows you how to use up some of your chunky roving or yarn and breathe new life into a wire basket.

wire basket
Wire Basket Cozy Up by Kate of The Weaving Loom


Saturday Greetings Newsletter #89

Food/Recipes

This has been a hectic week. Suppers were quick and easy on the cook.

Calzones

calzones
Calzones by Pillsbury

To save time, our Calzones were Pepperoni and cheese-no sausage. I used Ready to Eat Ekerich Pepperoni. Each piece of dough was topped with a heaping tablespoon of pizza sauce, 4 or 5 slices of pepperoni, and a 1 slice of mozzarella cheese. Then, I baked them at 400 degrees for 12 minutes. After they are baked, you could top them with melted butter and a dusting of grated parmesan cheese.

Baked Sweet Chili Lime Chicken Tenders

Chili Lime Chicken Tenders
by SixSistersStuff.com

These are a must-try. I left out the sesame seeds and green onions. This recipe is definitely on our Favorites List.

TIP:  Don’t use a microwave to reheat chicken tenders. They will turn to rubber. Either bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes or reheat in an air fryer set to 400 degrees for 3-4 minutes.



 Saturday Greetings Final Thoughts

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Have a great week!

Until next week–




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