Although it's slow going I have another round of Fractured 2 on the wall, some pieces sewn, some just pinned. The original pattern uses many fabrics for the individual blocks but of course I decided to try something different, in doing so it's taking me some time to work things out.
Progress also with my fractured wrist, I am now able to use my hand much more for my sewing but have to be very careful, it will be 12 months before we can be sure of whether I have full use or not. Ultrasound shows that I definitely do have a full thickness rotator cuff tear in a tendon left shoulder, this has unfortunately come away from the bone! It's the tendon attached to one of the four muscles so very little use of my arm but a lot of pain, and again there will be a long road ahead. Thank goodness for Accuquilt.
I celebrated my progress by buying two pieces of fabric, the first one I'm thinking of using in the Judy Newman pattern mentioned in my last post.
The second is for a pattern seen a few weeks ago - Verandah - a very simple straightforward quilt which will be ideal. I think this is a Heather Ross fabric.
I also received yesterday my order of Kaffe Collective fabrics rom Glorious Color, most definitely a glorious collection, I'll post photos next time.
Gathering fabrics for a few quilts I have in mind, not too complicated and which can be cut with my electric cutter. Something new is that I'm looking at a new range coming out from Alison Glass, very bright and lots of possibilites.
That's all from me, time limit for arm use is up but here's a photo of how to take things easy after a very busy day!!!
Oh, just remembered there may be a squirrel about to make an appearance shortly!
Notice I've changed the format for text, decision taken after reading about left justification being easier to read, I know a few other bloggers have changed also.
Happy Quilting until next time