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I am so sorry you have not heard from me lately! I have been trying my best to relax my body and mind to heal this new ankle. I hope you can forgive me!
So I am now 9 weeks post surgery and I thought I would share with you what a "craft, sewing and creatively addicted" person does when they have a right leg out of commission! But first a little more about my journey. The first post after my surgery shows a silicone cast and a stirrup and then a week later I got my "fashionably purple" silicon cast and the stirrup again. See below:
5 weeks after my "fashionably purple" cast, I was the proud recipient of a "very sexy air cast". Of course I am trying to have a sense of humour about all of this! See my air cast below:
So as you can tell, it's been 9 loooooong weeks! I cannot use my right leg to sew, drive or go up the stairs to my studio!! So what to do? I will share some of my projects in the next few days.
#1 Project- Crocheted Toe Up Socks
My youngest daughter had a birthday in September and I knew that getting out to shop may be a challenge and so I decided on some hand made gifts.
I took a knitting course from a local knit shop and no offence to the teacher! I would have gotten an "F" for failure if I was marked. I did not succeed at knitted toe up socks.
Hence, I decided to challenge myself to make them in crochet. Although, they are not perfect by any stretch of the imagination. I was able to succeed at least at getting a crocheted pair made. So I am good with this and will perfect my sock making skills once I try this pattern again. The free pattern link is here from Patons Kroy Socks, it is a toe up pattern in crochet and if I can make them anyone can!
#2 Project - Hand Embroidered Pillow Cases
The first time I injured my ankle, I embroidered a table runner and really enjoyed it. Hand embroidery for me is enjoyable because 1) it involves using and choosing colour and 2) It's hand stitchery, which for me is a peaceful, happy pursuit!
In case you were wondering where the above design and pillow cases are from, I purchased a pre stamped kit of 2 pillow cases and an embroidery floss kit as well online from marymaxim.ca and the link to purchase them is here
I encourage you to check back often now, I am back
in action and planning on posting more projects and
I am ready, willing and enthusiastic to share where
my "creative addiction" has taken me while I have
Happy Monday and Welcome to October🎃 ☀️😊❤️
9/27/2018 01:47:41 am
I don’t think my values will change over time. I believe that these values are something you have within yourself until your grow up. These values were something that I have ever since I started thinking and even now that I am more mature, I still have these values. I am the type of person who sticks to what I believe in so I really try my best to avoid the thought of changing my beliefs and values. If in time, my values may change, I think one of the reasons would be what is happening to my environment. Because nowadays, a lot of chaos and bad things are happening in our world and you can’t help but feel affected and influenced sometimes.
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Hi I'm Robin and I am a professional long arm quilter, pattern designer and teacher. I am passionate about all things quilty!
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