In which I share some awesome mail, a crochet finish, and a left-foot sewing project!
I neglected to mention that I also received a gift card from Vicky. Thank you, my dear friend!
- Elkabee’s Fabric Paradise
- Simply Guilded (via @hashtag_angi)
- Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts Online Store
- Red Heart Super Saver Yarn – Day Glow (out of stock at Michael’s, but you can find it via Google)
- Crochet pattern (Summer Baby Blanket)
- Free Butterfly pattern
- Crochet pattern I’m using for the Neon Glow blanket
- Find my free patterns on Sewhooked.
- The Linus Connection, the local blanket making charity I volunteer for.
- Quilt along with us on Fandom in Stitches
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I sew with my left foot most of the time, Being left handed, it was no problem for me to sew with my left foot,
What a care package. So many goodies, to keep you busy.
The Crochet blanket turned out neat. Somebody will get a lot of use out of it. I am sure there is a great need for quilts.
I sewed with my left foot after my last surgery, too. The most awkward part is keeping the right one elevated while I work. I don’t have projects planned, but I needed this one to happen, and I’m pleased at how it worked out!
I am well cared for. Friends definitely make everything easier.
The need for larger blankets & quilts has been very high. I’m happy to have a small way to help.
What size for the large quilts?
54″ x 74″ is the largest we recommend.