Today was the biggest day for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Take a look at these retweets I shared for today’s blog. Articles are filled with the dress, the wedding, and the celebrities that attended the wedding. Enjoy!
CROCHET HOOK SIZE: USF5/3.75mm
Watching hurricanes in tropical climates on the news is devastating to me to watch, but the cool thing about hurricanes in the colors in the sky, which is black and white. Not only are you holding a piece of art, but your hands are less likely to feel tired after crocheting for long periods of time.
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Inspired by PBS’S CREATE CHANNEL, Knit And Crochet Now at the end of the show, square of the week. Each week Brett Bara would demonstrate a new square of the week for a square sample blanket. This bohemian blanket with my version of a granny square stitch will be for my bed soon. With bohemian making a big comeback and mom painting my bedroom red, I wanted to transform my bedroom into a tropical bohemian bedroom oasis. This square represents some of the great colors that are in bohemian style. Granny square has an open stitch that allows you to not feel super warm, but warm enough to take the cold edge off.
I realized when making blankets for laps and beds, it’s easier to start off with a small square and turning that small square into something big. I also realized with squares you can sew them together as well. I’m not the greatest sewer, but I’m learning as I go. See this blanket come alive this summer.
Going back and fourth in my mind of having a digital newspaper generated with my tweets and interests, I finally decided to keep, generate, and have my own paper by Paper.li. Building sales with Etsy and other parts of my business, stay tuned for a widget on my blog for my online newspaper LMProck. Reading this paper is free, no need to pay. Newspaper is generated once a day, so keep your eyes open.
With summer approaching, family picnic, and gatherings, get some great ideas from A Taste Of Home Magazine. Simply click on this tweet and the tweet will take you to A Taste Of Home’s twitter page.
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I made up this recipe for Lauren’s high school graduation party. there are no exact measurements for any of the ingredients. So you decide to try it, you’ll just have to “wing” it.
*Boneless Chicken Breasts, Cut Into Chunks.
*Bread Crumbs & Flour Mixture.
*Eggs And A Little Water, Beaten.
*Oil And Margarine.
*Onions & Garlic, Very Finely Chopped.
*Black Olives Sliced.
*Fresh Mushrooms Sliced.
*Assorted Seasonings (Salt, Pepper, Parsley, Dill…Whatever You Like Best).
*Knorr Garlic Herb Pasta Sauce Mix.
Dip chicken first in the bread crumb/flour mixture, then into the egg/water mixture. Saute chicken in oil/margarine mixture until golden brown. Remove chicken from skillet to greased baking dish. Add onions, garlic, seasonings, and wine to skillet and cook until softened. Add mushrooms, olives, (and more wine if desired). Spread entire mixture over chicken. Prepare sauce mix as package directs and pour all over it. Bake in a 350 degree oven until heated through and you’re sure the chicken is completely cooked (20-30 minutes?)
If the chicken doesn’t turn out alright, you can always drink the rest of the wine and call Boston Market for take out.
Recipe Submitted by Rosemary Prock