Looking great Marsha- reminds me to take a photo of mine before I send them off tomorrow!
Love your fabric combos!
Love your circles, Marsha. Makes me want to do the swap, but I just can't right now. Too much on my plate for now. Maybe next time! By the way, I read about your rotary cutter accident. Hope you are okay! Makes my hand hurt in empathy for you. I should wear a glove....but I don't.
Rebeccajeffsmith , if you were looking at the 5-6 month wait to have a normal hand again, you would wear a glove! I was hurrying one evening and really moving that rotary cutter down the ruler edge when it "jumped" the ruler and even though I could see what was going to happen, I couldn't stop it. It took a big slice of my forefinger and the pad of the finger. No stitching for that type of laceration so it must heal from the inside out; long slow process but it will be completely healed, but flatter than normal, one day. Thanks, I'mm on the mend just impatient to get back to cutting. I can stitch but cutting is difficult so I have to ask for help which I hate to do!
Oh, Marcia, I am so sorry!!!! I had a run-in with a table saw about 15 years ago. I'm lucky to still have all my fingers, albeit a few of them shorter than normal. So, I do know exactly what you are talking about. I was nearly a year in healing time, needing to have surgery 3 times on one finger before the whole process was finished. I am praying that you heal quickly with minimal pain. And I will get my glove out and wear it. Promise.
Rebeccajeffsmith . Ooooh. Sorry to hear of your experience! I've been lucky with power tools and never had an injury when we had our own wood-working business or in our Habitat for Humanity building years. BUT one never knows when it will happen so I'm happy you are going to wear your glove. I promise not to harp on it; it's just VERY fresh in my mind at the moment!