Happy to be Scrappy

Happy to be Scrappy

Monday, February 14, 2011

February 14, 2011

Not much new since last week.  Just a few more of the plaid shirt blocks and lots of time to think about setting ideas.  But I believe I have a good excuse for not getting much done.  During our last snow storm on Tuesday I took a terrible tumble off a slick step.   After a few x-rays it was decided that nothing was actually broke.  Thank Goodness!  But, my right hand is still in a splint and the bruises just keep getting darker and darker.  Trust me - I would much rather be sewing.  Hopefully next week I will be able to get back at it.

Have a great week. And be sure to visit Patchwork Times to see all the Design Wall posts.

11 comments:

Jo said...

Sounds like it's time to put your feet up and grab a quilt magazine. Sewing can wait until your feeling better.

Tamera said...

Sorry about your fall! What a bummer!

Take it easy and feel better soon.

Becky said...

Ouch! I really like your plaid churn dashes. I, too, love that pattern, and may have to make one for me someday! I did note that you keep your lines straight in the patches. I just can't cut them wonky, either.

Connie said...

I really like your plaid blocks, sorry about the fall and hope you feel better soon.

Diane said...

hope your recovery is quick and your back to sewing, I love the blocks on your wall and the quilt in your header...love stars in sashings!

Judy D said...

Oh my, I hope you are resting and feel better soon! Darn snow and ice. Love your blocks.

Holly said...

The plaid blocks look great! Sorry about your fall hope you're up and around soon.

Barb in Mi said...

Please get well! Love your double churn dashes!

Gari said...

I am so sorry about your fall. That ice is terrible. Maybe this is the time for planning future projects: you can be ready to hit the ground (pun intended) running when you are feeling up to it.

Kate said...

Love the plaid churn dashes, very cute.

Hope the arm heals soon. I'm glad it's warming up and the snow is melting. One less chance to put your foot wrong and and up in the emergency!

Rocknquilts said...

I hope you are feeling better soon - take care!