I’ve been so busy creating pincushions this month that I’ve neglected everything else….like housework, and laundry, and dishes, and…and…and… My house looks like a very strong hurricane has been through…..twice! I did a quick load of laundry over the weekend (because I was running out of unmentionables). I finally bathed Millie (my Yorkie) … because … Continue reading So Much to Do, So Little Time
Wow! What a difference a month has made! I had my right hand surgery on April 10th…and the left hand done on May 2nd. It’s incredible how effective the procedures were. I haven’t had any numbness in either hand from the day the doctor operated on them….and they were both absolutely dead at times. It felt as … Continue reading First Project, Post CT Surgery
I whipped up this little guy as a quick gift for one of my Grand-Girls ~~ I have nine granddaughters…and one perfectly adorable great-granddaughter!! He’s made of wool felt and homespun fabric, buttons, paper, quilt-batting, polyester fiber-fill, and lots of love…mixed in with the few drops of blood that inevitably find their way into nearly … Continue reading SquareCat FeltFace….(with apologies to SpongeBob)
. . . sung to the tune of “Unforgettable” by Nat King Cole. Unpredictable pretty much sums up my life this year. It took me a lot longer than I’d expected to get over the “bug” I had at the first of the year. I was in a funk for months…feeling sorry for myself, propped … Continue reading Unpredictable . . .
I’m so excited about this year! I’ve been in school full-time for the last four years and, until this past year, was able to have something of a “normal” life. I had enough time for school and homework–and I also had enough time for more creative endeavors….like knitting. I’d long since given up on having … Continue reading Happy New Year!
I don’t have knitting news today, but I do have something that I want to share with you because it is important to everyone, but especially appreciated by all of us who enjoy seeing new applications for things made from yarn. Margaret Wertheimer and her twin sister have taken on a project that seems most … Continue reading Crochet for Change