Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Free at last.

Today I was given the green light to shed my splint:-).  I carefully checked with the hand therapist whether I would be allowed to stitch (although I fully intended to do so anyway) and was given permission.
So I have made a start on the last panel of the Heirloom Nativity Sampler.   Despite looking longingly through my stash I decided that I needed to finish off current projects so will make an effort on this one.  Maybe before my Easter holiday I can complete it?

9 comments:

  1. Yay, no splint! This project is gorgeous!

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  2. Congratulations, Margaret! You must feel so light and free. Lovely border on your sampler. Enjoy

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  3. Congratulations! It must feel weird, and delightful, to be free from the splint. Whatever you do, do take it easy!

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  4. So glad you have been given the green light to continue your stitching. I was so impressed with your Nativity, that I purchased the pattern for gifting Christmas 2017. Just love the
    frosty white motifs throughout. Looking
    forward to your finish.

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  5. Great news Margaret! Enjoy your stitching.......I know you will. This sampler is looking great.

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  6. Hooray, no more splint!! And an official okay to pick up your needle and use it - even better. Looks you'll have the nativity piece finished soon - will you allow yourself one new start for one finish? ;)

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  7. It's good that your splint is gone. It's nice to have a goal form completing your Nativity sampler.

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  8. Yay for splint-less stitching! I'm sure that counts as therapy, right?

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  9. Hooray for the return of the stitching! This is such a lovely design I am glad to see it again.

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