Tuesday, 27 March 2012

The yarn that broke the camel's back

What was I thinking crocheting like a lunatic! I do love the tangible, colourful result though.

A big



and a small basket for myself


and one in Easter colours for a friend.



I was at the doctor’s yesterday and came home with a 30 days’ supply of anti-inflammatory drugs and this device on my hand

which is the most comfortable it has been in weeks. I’m not allowed to use it all the time but with this on I might be able to just a little of this and that. Stay tuned for more upcoming one-and-a-handful-wonders…

10 comments:

  1. Wow - that was a huge production. I love them all!! Get well soon!!

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  2. Do what the doctor says and rest that hand! Love the baskets.

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  3. My husband recently had surgery on both of his thumbs. The surgery removed a small bone in his thumb, but his rehab took 6 0r 8 weeks for each thumb. The type surgery he had has a 99% success rate and he was part of that 99%.

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  4. Fine skåle / korger du har hekla . Likte godt dei med fleire farger i...... klem Lilla dør

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  5. Uh oh you naughty girl. They are quite wonderful though, but you should take care of yourself. Don't want permanent damage....xox Corrine

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  6. I love them! the colors are so bright and happy they make me smile.. You are going to have to be careful with that hand though. That does make me smile too though. I think we are a lot a like in that we get going on something and we go past the point of no return!!!lol

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  7. Sorry about your hand. Too much crochet? (They sure are beautiful!) Rest your hand... make a quilt with scraps already cut...
    Hug!

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  8. Lovely baskets! More wonderful ideas to do with scraps...
    Rest that hand.

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  9. Tag you are it. Play along at the new site, or not, whichever you prefer. xox

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  10. I love these baskets! What pattern did you use?

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