Monday, December 21, 2009

Working up the samples from MM and Warm

Well I think I have enough samples ( I have 54 and will have around 60 when I am done) and materials to begin bringing this information to quilt guilds. Good thing because I believe am starting to get a repetitive task injury in my shoulder from all this machine quilting. It hurts when I am quilting and then later in the day on the days I have been quilting, my hand starts to tingle.
 I still have to buff and fluff my hand out materials, but that and the completeing of the samples will have to wait for the new year as I want to enjoy every second of my holiday. I don't plan to blog this week so I wanted to take this opportunity wish all my readers a wonderful and joyous holiday! I'll be busy making memories with my family, watching my grandchildren delight in the wonder of Christmas! Merry Christmas!


Anonymous said...

I was lucky enough to find your blog just a couple days into the story, and will follow to the end. Looking forward to whatever you offer in the new year, and would ike to say thank you for giving this resource.
Have a wonderful break withthe family.
Judy B

Crispy said...

I hope that your Christmas break will give your body a rest, I'm sure you won't even think of it being surrounded with family.

Merry Christmas!!


Linda said...

Debra, Have a wonderful holiday with your family. I hope your shoulder and hand issues resolve themselves soon.
Take care,