Tuesday, February 11, 2014

A Head Start


Since Hubby's recovery is going well after his bout with pneumonia /surgery, I find that I am anxious to get back to normal.  All my time was spent either at the hospital or by his side during his recovery at home.  Needless to say I never made it into the sewing room.  No quilts, no miniatures, and no new aprons.



But time was not wasted as I got a head start on hats and scarves for my friend, Jane, to take to the shelter next November. With old man winter still hanging around, they may be needed now.

The count of finished projects for the month of January---------seven scarves, twelve hats, and a Prayer Shawl.



Enjoy all the pieces of your life,

Betty Lou

9 comments:

Sinta Renee said...

Things will return to normal. I am sure it's nice to know that your hubby is being well again. I can never accomplish much, just knowing that things aren't right in my little world. While you are waiting... you can make a mental map of the projects you would like to start!

Donna K. from N. Texas said...

Glad your husband is recovering. I know your knitting projects helped you through those trying times. Your completed projects are so pretty but I hope you get back to the sewing room soon.

Kindred Quilts said...

So good to hear that your husband is doing well! You have made lovely warm and wooly projects that will be greatly appreciated! Hope you get into your sewing room soon!

Sherrill said...

I know how hard it is when the hubby's sick. Glad yours is on the mend. Are your hats knitted or crocheted? If crocheted, can you tell me the pattern name or how you do them? Thanks!

Sandy Rowe said...

Happy to hear your husband is recovering. Thank you for your generosity and busy hands!

donna said...

I am so glad your husband is recovering well. That is so awesome that you are making hats a scarves. Hope y'all are keeping warm.
Hugs
donna

Candace said...

Your hubby probably had a better recovery because you were beside him the whole time, Betty Lou! He's a lucky fella ;>) Nothing better to pass the time than be busy with your hands. I'm sure those in need really appreciate your beautiful hats!
Cheers!

lillianscupboard said...

How wonderful that you have other skills that you can use while staying near your husband. An amazing quantity of beautiful items.
Lillian

Amy said...

So glad to be following now through Google. We both appear to love vintage items!

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