*knock knock* still there?

i feel bad- i really do. i've severly neglected my blog. it's a quilty blog, and well, i haven't had anything quilty to share.

Davis was home for R&R in December, then i had surgery to fix my collarbone from the wreck....it's been a rough last couple months on me. 

with all the down time, i have been working on the Stitch Along, and i'm proud to admit it's close to being done!! i swear it wasn't suppose to stretch out this long, but life threw me a couple curve balls lately.

so here's the latest installment.

happy stitching!

don't forget to add photos of your blocks to the Flickr group. i like to see what and how yall are doing these :)

(step 13 of 16, with no. 17 completing the flismy)

 

8 comments:

  1. I hope you are recovering nicely.....

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  2. Welcome back to the world of quilting. Family and self health Always come first.

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  3. I was wondering if you were okay just the other day. Glad to see your post!

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  4. I hope you heal quickly. I didn't know they could fix collar bones. Great block in great colors. Take care, Kathie

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  5. Missed your wry humor and upbeat comments! Glad to hear you are on the mend. Hope the curveballs are out of your stadium for a while.

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  6. Ouch! Hope you are healing. Life has thrown me a few curve balls also--detached retina. We will encourage each other

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  7. Hope to see more updates soon. Glad you are finally on the mend. Grandson broke his collarbone (and wrist) in a motorcycle race when he was about seven. We followed the ambulance to the hospital. Not a fun day but were glad we were there, racing around the freeways of San Diego. I hope we are at the end of broken bones...just had major surgery on his elbow - complicated. That was from skateboarding. Only one who has not broken a bone yet is our grandaughter. Son and wife both broke arms snowboarding. Tyler broke his wrist snowboarding (again). Laura's brother broke his back on a motorcycle. His wife broke her arm. Laura's mother also broke her arm. Her father broke his leg. It goes on and on. They are all very competitive. Whew - we should have been medics

    Hope you are getting lots of quilts done and are really feeling better.

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  8. Just checking in - and wondering when you expect to post the rest of the SAL. I've got the first 13 parts waiting for the rest.

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