In which I share a surprising amount of finishes! I have been working on some DIY projects over the last week, too, but I’m pacing myself in hopes of avoiding aggravating the repetitive stress injury in my right shoulder. So far, so good!
Disclaimer – there are no paid promotions here, I purchased everything I mentioned myself! I always feel like I need to say that because I get so excited when I share something I really like! It’s just me being me. ♥
I’d like to take a moment and say I am completely aware of the irony of calling the 2021 Fandom in Stitches event the “Year of Doom.” I named it based on The Project of Doom at the end of 2019 when I came up with the idea for the quilt along.
A number of people have reached out and asked how I’m managing my repetitive stress injury (RSI) with all the crocheting. Early this year, my primary care physician recommended fish oil to help keep my cholesterol in check. It has had the rather amazing side effect of REALLY helping with my RSI and with arthritis in general. I’m not recommending it to you because it’s also a blood thinner (see cholesterol comment above) and I’m obviously not a doctor. That’s my secret, though, and I have no complaints about that!
Correction from last week: I think I told you all that the hats I’ve been making start with an 8″ circle and go from there. They do not! They start with a 6″ circle. Sorry about that.