SATURDAY GREETINGS 95 IS HERE!
Saturday Greetings 95 has craft articles, tutorials, recipes, and ideas that I have hand-picked, especially for you.
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CRAFTS AND SUCH
This double thick hot pad is large enough for a large dish. Country Crochet Hot Pad pattern is designed by Stitching Together and has free instructions and tutorials. You need a Size I hook and two different color balls of Sugar and Cream Yarn. This pattern is just a tease for a bundle of Country Crochet Patterns.
Create this adorable no-sew lavender bunnies from DIY Natural. Not only will they make great smelling spring decorations, but they would make great Easter gifts. All you need to make these bunnies are:
- 2 long socks
- Bow ties, ribbon, dried flowers, etc.
Emily of Cashmere & Plaid shows you how to create a DIY Knit Twine Scrubbing Sponge.
Pat Sloan is presenting a mystery block a month. This is mystery block 3.
I thought you might enjoy learning about Saori weaving. What is Saori weaving? Here is an explanation by Kaz (Karen) Madigan, Curious Weaver:
Saori is hand weaving that emphasises and prioritises creativity and free expression. No rules, no fear – just pure absorption and immersion into weaving and working with yarn and threads. This ‘non-technique’ is meditative in nature and aims to build a clearer expression of your human self from the process itself and the resulting handwoven cloth.
I found Curious Weaver to be very exciting and fun.
SATURDAY GREETINGS 95
This week I wrote a review on Crock-Pot’s casserole slow cooker. In the review, I mentioned a chicken/vegetable dish I cooked. Below is the recipe that inspired my dish. Of course, I made substitutions based on our tastes.
by Southern Plate
What I did differently:
Remember, I cook for two with an eye on leftovers.
I placed two huge chicken breasts in the center of the 13″x9″ casserole dish. (First, I sprayed the crock with a cooking spray.)
Next, I placed an ample amount of green beans on the right side of the chicken breasts, seven quartered smallish yellow potatoes on the left side of the chicken and divided a bag of baby carrots into the front and back sides of the chicken. Then, I added about 1/2- 1 cup of chicken broth to the crock and sprinkled on a packet of Italian Dressing Mix over the crock. I sprinkled some lemon/pepper seasoning overall and slow-cooked it for 6-7 hours on low.
by the kitchn
My nephew and his family are Keto driven. They believe it is the only way to eat. My nephew eats cups of broccoli and bacon daily. A doctor I saw this past also endorses the keto way of eating.
As you know, I have been providing Keto recipes sporadically because a number of you enjoy the keto way of eating.
I picked this recipe and site because it has Keto for Newbies.
Let me know what you think about the Keto diet by posting in the comment section below this post.
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