I am not wracking my brain trying to figure out how these will fit together (ok, maybe just a little). I enjoyed Quiltcam yesterday with Bonnie Hunter and finished up step 4, so here I am with steps 1, 4, and 5 all done, and the rest, well, not. They will get done eventually, I know.
I have been having some troubles this month with a touch of carpal tunnel inflammation in my wrists. I use an ergonomic mouse at work, and an ergonomic thumbrest on my clarinet, but so many of my crafting activities cause flare-ups as well. And over the last couple of days, a little drywall mudding to fix some cracks in the addition we had put up 10 years ago. If you insist, here is a picture. Let’s just say that while I can make it work, I am glad I don’t need to do this for a living.
I use ice when they bother me a lot, and I generally find that machine piecing and quilting is ok, but I am moving towards machine binding because the hand binding also seems to be at just the wrong angle. If you have any suggestions, I would be glad to hear them!
I am also working on the cross-stitch for the Tammy 4 All Seasons hop, coming up January 9-20. I haven’t done cross-stitch for a lot of years, but with Christmas decorations up, you get a chance to see one of the first ones I ever made. Cute, isn’t it?
Thanks for stopping by to visit. Linking up to Quiltville Monday linkup with Bonnie Hunter.