Friday, 10 November 2017

Friday Fun Day...


Hello everyone...

I've been away from the blog for a few days - I had to have a procedure done to my arm. It just was not getting any better so the doctor had to do a round of injections into the socket. She kept telling me it would hurt like a son of a b.... but no joke I was still waiting for her to start it all and then she's "okay we're done...." No joke, I didn't even feel it. I think my arm was already so sore, it was nothing compared to it. The good news is that I feel about 100% better already. Still stiff but so much less in the pain department. Thank Heavens!!





I've had the idea to make a few "Folk Art Patterns" for a while, so Im trying a few out...




 This is the Folk Art Squirrel....

It can't look too realistic... and as if someone drew it quickly... you get the idea...


This pattern measures 12" (31cm) and is on the easy intermediate level.


You can download him for FREE right HERE....







Now I need to finish up the 12 Days of Christmas patterns which are shaping up to be super cute! and the January Magazine patterns which will need to go to the testers asap....




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5 comments:

Yvonne said...

I keep my fingers crossed that your shoulder will improve now and that the pain will stay away. Have a nice weekend

Marian said...

Like Yvonne, I'm praying this will work for you... I can't imagine the pain you were in if you didn't even feel the needle go in... Good Luck sweetie.

Joan said...

Thanks so much for the squirrel pattern! we have just a couple squirrels that visit on a regular basis and they make me laugh out loud with their crazy antics. Wishing you continued success with the pain relief and that healing kicks into high gear!

Joan Wintersgill said...

So glad that shot has helped! And thanks as always for the cute pattern!

Jackie said...

Thank you for the pattern!