SATURDAY GREETINGS #94 IS HERE!
Saturday Greetings #94 has craft articles, tutorials, recipes, and ideas that I have hand-picked, especially for you.
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CRAFTS AND SUCH
Jenny King of Jenny King Designs from Queensland, Australia, is an inspirational crocheter. She is an author, designer, and teacher. She is the author of “Get Squared.” A unique technique for creating garments that fit.
You can watch her videos about “Get Squared” here.
15 Hand Warmer You Can Make at Home displayed by Homesteading.
Homesteading provides you links to 15 Hand Warmers. They include heart-shaped hand warmers, crochet ones, and some made from flannel shirts, t-shirts, fabric scraps with essential oils, squares of fabric, felt scraps, flannel fabric, old socks, and an old sweater.
I still love leopard print garments. Lion Brand has this free pattern that I would love to knit.
This pattern is rated intermediate and involves charted colorwork. The sample was knit with the bamboo yarn Truboo Yarn by Lion Brand using US Size 9 circular needles.
Join the current sewing craze. Learn to sew by taking online classes.
Kate shows you how to weave without a loom. This is her first post on this “yet to be identified” project. She shows you how to set up the base.
Kate discusses some of the problems she encountered in weaving without a loom. She secures the warp and starts to weave with chunky yarn.
Kate shows you how you to remove just a part of the yarn you’ve already woven to add in a different yarn. Then weave a unique piece that is long and slender.
SATURDAY GREETINGS #94
by Zosia Cooks
This past week, I did an interview with Knitwear Designer Jessi Carson of Olive & Pearl Knits.
Saturday Greetings Final Thoughts
Have a great week!
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