Thursday, November 28, 2019


Yes, I'm still here.  Tomorrow is the two-year mark.  My left hand is a bit better, but still not like it was.  I'm still quilting, but by machine for the time being.  For some strange, unknown reason, I am pretty good at hand blanket stitch and am working to add a star to a quilt I machine pieced before all the unpleasantness.  Machine quilting with my walking foot on my featherweight.  It's true--I taught five featherweight classes this fall.  Done now til I know the weather is not so iffy.  Driving some, mowed my own lawn (2 acres) this year with my riding mower, did as much yard work myself as I could.  Some people say "Witch" like it's a bad thing! ;-)  I'm walking inside without a cane, but try to use one if I'm outside.  All in all, I have much to be thankful for!  What are you thankful for?

Back soon with pics of my new quilts--stay tuned!

Blissful hugs,


  1. HELLO, Sharon, so fabulous to hear from you, and you sound good, although I would never understate your challenges, but so glad you have a needle in your sight and your hands ! I'm living in North Carolina now, glad to be back on the East Coast, and quilting like crazy ! Take care, be well. Kathleen

  2. Happy Thanksgiving Sharon! I'm so glad to hear that you are teaching again, because you are a wonderful teacher! I hope Dickens has been helping with your quilting.


  3. Glad to hear that you are doing well and keeping busy. How great you can quilt by machine. This year and every year, I am thankful for my family and friends. They make me feel very happy and grateful.

  4. Thankful that you are doing so well! Pat B

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