Monday, 23 April 2018

Will I won't I??

I think I may have bought too much of this 'Worn and Washed' fabric. With it came this idea to sew into strips, which is good for me  as I still struggle to cut the fabric with my duff arm.

  But I am going to try... with the fabric left over I am going to make a hexie quilt. It will be a long term project that I'll do when I feel like tacking a hexie!
But don't hold your breath as I think with everything else I am doing it will be while before there is any progress. I am also trying to do some of my cross stitch, which was always my first love.

Have you any long term plans?.. All these plans because I am making arm progress at last, April 14th was the 3 yr anniversary of when I broke my arm!!



Vickie said...

I am glad you are making progress with your arm Chris. I have a frozen left shoulder right now. It will take 12 months to get it "normal" the therapist tells me. Not fun at all. Painful. But I do the home exercises.
I am able to cross stitch though. I am glad you are finally able to do your sewing, stitching and knitting.

mamasmercantile said...

I love to make lists so it is always a joy to browse patterns and such for a new project. I have several in the pipeline.

Daffycat said...

You don't know how good it is to see you crafting again (probably not as great as it feels!) I love your soft blue fabric and I'm looking forward to the results. The hexie quilt looks like fun and a great travel project.

My arm is getting better as well but it's a long time getting the strength back.

Julie said...

I've never tried hexi's, perhaps I should?
The blue fabrics are really calming.

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

IT's hard to believe that it's been three years that you have been suffering with your arm! It's great that you've been able to continue with some of your crafting during that time.
The hexagon quilt will certainly be a long term project.