I appreciate so much your kind emails and comments about Larry. It was scarey for us, and it still is. Just a pothole in our life, but we're pressing on.
Last weekend Larry was in Dover for the NASCAR race with his brothers. This is becoming an annual event for them, and I have a ball sewing all I can. I made this tablerunner from a pattern in the current issue of Quilts and More.
Then with a couple pieces of pink and white flannel, I made this receiving blanket for Jenny and Randy's baby. I've had my Bernina for ten years, but I never really tried the handful of decorative stitches on it. So I loaded up some pink thread and gave the edges of the blanket some fancy work.
And, finally, it took just a few minutes to put in the last stitches for this piece. Not sure if I'll have it framed right away, but someone may find this under their tree at Christmastime.
So for a while our evenings will be spent resting and relaxing together which means I'll be doing handwork a bit more than usual. Next week Larry can start moderate exercise; and if the weather is good, we'll begin to walk. Again, thank you for thinking of us during this difficult time.