The Fully Finished Gallery is hosted by Rachel at Ten Hour Stitcher and encourages us to finish our projects. My stitching items are ones I know will be used or gifted to others but I am a bit slow at actually getting them fully finished so Rachel's FFG is perfect.
This month I have one fully finished item, I'm finding it very hard to stitch, motivation wise as well as actual stitching.
It was my Mum's birthday at the end of May and because I'm not going anywhere other than the hospital due to being shielded I decided to make one of the cover kits into her card.
I had already started Popcorn before I fell and broke my arm/shoulder joint. I managed to hold the fabric between my fingers, as you can see it was slow progress stitching left handed.
|That was all I could manage at a time|
Hubby helped me make up the card, using double sided tape one handed was impossible, very funny as I got my hand completely stuck together. I did manage to add the stickers myself.
Because of the restrictions it was impossible to buy and give gifts so we sent Mum a bouquet of flowers from us all. However on her birthday Hubby drove me round to hers. I stayed in the car but Hubby and DS laid out the table with her cake (joint effort by me and Hubby) and cards. Not the usual birthday but one to remember.