Link to picture - it's not badly broken - just the tip of the finger, and it just looks bruised and swollen.
It's healing, but I haven't been able to do anything while it's healing. I can kind of type, but even that gets tiring when you're used to touch-typing with ten fingers. Hunt and peck is painstakingly slow, even if I'm not doing that much hunting across the keyboard.
So, not much progress on anything: house or sewing. It's a touch frustrating: I'm not used to doing nothing.
I got back two quilts from Joanne's Custom Quilting in Thirroul - Sweetwater Town Hall, and Twisting Diamonds - but haven't yet taken photos of them. It might have to wait a bit, what with the finger - trying to arrange quilts with a broken finger is not either easy or comfortable.
mystery project 1
More to be shown when it's done.
lions and tigers and ibex, oh my!
A compactible shopping bag pattern I was working on before I did the finger. Ground to a halt, of course. *sigh*
0. wait for finger to heal up, at least to the point where I can use it without pain
1. pack house (hard to pack with a broken, swollen/sensitive finger)
2. get Aussie Handmade Birthday Card out the door with apologies (gift to follow)
3. get Supernova Block Swap out (I made them, I put them in an envelope...and now I can't find the drat thing...)
I don't do inactivity well.
I hope you've been more productive than me! (Not difficult, admittedly.)
Linking up to Lee's post at Freshly Pieced!