Now at last things are settling down and we can get on with our different interests.
Tom has got his tapestry back out and is ploughing on with it, he is now about 3/4's the way through and it is looking lovely.
I am making a sampler page for my fabric journal and really enjoying trying out new stitches gleaned from youtube.
The little fox cub has failed to make another appearance and I think he must have followed the adult when he shouldn't have.
Just hope he got back safely to the den.
It was the last visit to the nurse today for the operation wound, this has healed really well and there are no more appointments on the horizon.
Now all we have to do is enjoy..
Tom's tapestry is beautiful. He's very good at that. I love your sampler and all the different stitches. So glad to hear that the wound from surgery has healed well and you are done with appointmentsReplyDelete
Thanking God for this!! Tom's tapestry is glorious! Please tell him for me that you are both artists! Where will you display it?ReplyDelete
It will be a cushion Ginny.Delete
Wow, you're both very talented, beautiful work. So good to hear health matters are much improved and what a relief to have no more appointments in the near future.ReplyDelete
That tapestry is beautiful and I like seeing your embroidery. Both are inspiring.ReplyDelete
Happy Spring ~ FlowerLady
Oh wow, both works are beautiful! You are both very clever!!!ReplyDelete
The tapestry is lovely. Well done Tom.ReplyDelete
I love the tapestry what a clever man he is. I also love the stitches you've done on your sampler. Fantastic!ReplyDelete
It is lovely when things return to ordinary after a crisis has passed. Hopefully the calm continues. You are both flourishing in your needle arts!ReplyDelete
Most impressed with Tom's tapestry and I always admire your work. Glad things are settling down.ReplyDelete
It's such a good feeling to be free of scheduled appointments! It's surprising how stressful those notes on the calendar are, even without the added stress of emergencies.ReplyDelete
Your husband's handwork is beautiful. More men should try crafts, in my opinion. My grandad could crochet very well, and my father used to knit the straight parts of socks for his mother (and left her to do the heels and toes) :)
I love those stitches you have done. What a good way to practice and to have a record, both.
I try to interest Mr BH in hobbies , but hes very Kevin the teenager , terribly bored all the time . I know hes very limited in what he can do due to the tremors and lack of feeling. He just wants his rusty, spanner filled life back and it isnt going to happenReplyDelete
The tapestry is gorgeous, as is your embroidery. You are both very talentedReplyDelete
Toms work is beautiful!.I do wish my hubby would have some sort of hobby or interest,but with limited use in his hands and feet now all he seems to want to do is watch television.Glad that Tom has healed well.It must be so nice just to get back to normal life.xxReplyDelete
You are both very accomplished crafters! Your sampler reminds me of all the pillowcases we used to have while I was growing up. I still have a doll blanket my mom embroidered.ReplyDelete
that tapestry is amazing! i wish my hubby had a hobby like this, or like any that your hubby has, bob's hobby depends on the weather being good and no wind blowing.ReplyDelete
Wow, your husband has much patience. Beautiful tapestry.ReplyDelete
I love your patchwork. You do great work too.
So happy to hear his wound is healed and you do not have to go back.
Beautiful tapestry and I am sure it must be very therapeutic. I am doing hospital tripsReplyDelete
with my husband at the moment which is fine but parking is a nightmare! My little fox came
during the day yesterday and I notice that she must be nursing her cubs so gave her a good
meal to help her. SueM
Both very lovely projects. Tapestry is something I've never tried but Tom certainly has the gift. I love the sampler page, your journal is going to be really beautiful.ReplyDelete
Beautiful tapestry, needlework and good news. Enjoy..enjoy..enjoy!ReplyDelete
I love needle point and he has got a great project love it already💛already and your sampler is always a dream to look at. I saw an idea for a cloth book to put some of my tatting in today on pinterest they said to use hankies and I happen to have several, I wonder if you think that would be too thin?ReplyDelete
Love your hubbys tapestry. He has a lot of patience, mine is in a cupboard somewhere from years ago. Your stitching is so lovely. I wish I could stitch by hand but rely on my sewing machine. Hugs, ljReplyDelete