Maybe include doggie bandanas?
Absolutely fabulous. Can you share the patterns or point me in the direction of the direction for the Star Wars and Batman hats, please?
I had the same pleasure this summer. I met Grannie Maggie from Scotland. We squeezed 2 visits in. Right from the start it was like we had known each other for years.
Lovely hats. The school district is so lucky to have someone like you! Could you please share he link for the yellow one in the middle of the first picture please?
You seem to have a great conviction to make strides. I assume you are in the states, can you contact the heart and stroke foundation for possible strategies or tips to help with your recovery? My hubby has Parkinson’s, and neither of us are regular exercisers. One we came up with is when you go to the bathroom reach up and touch the door jamb. We have also purchased this https://www.amazon.ca/TODO-Exercise-Exerciser
. This way he can sit and pedal or put it on a stool and use it for his arms, heck I can even use it. Then again you can use it a bit several times a day for a short duration. Good luck in your recovery.
Just a thought, how about tarts. Sometimes some people just like a bit of sweet, I’m not one of them. There might be less waste, and some could try a couple different ones.
Nice idea. One of the DILS took a picture of the babies with the same stuffie. It was great to see how small the stuffie got over the year.
Being a bit quirky, could you string a line and pin them on there like a clothes line. Or maybe attach them to a wreath form.
If you have narrow feet, and can’t find Birkenstocks, Mephistos are the answer.
I know your pain. I have used a soup can under the arch, rolling it back and forth or a tennis ball or one of those spiked dryer balls. Easy to do while knitting. Do a bit at a time.
Lovely, and will be perfect for the coming weather. Isn’t it great when they ask for knitted/ crocheted items, you know then they will be used.
My grand kids like the washcloths made out of pipsqueak yarn or something similar.
Loved it! We have all walked in your shoes. I live in a small town that has WalMart and their yarn department is usually in total disarray! When I go to Kelowna I enjoy my tour of michaels and a lovely yarn store. I always go in telling myself that I’m just looking and I don’t need anything, but then there is a yarn that just seems to jump into my buggy. On the rare occasion when this doesn’t happen, I leave the store, feeling like I left a friend behind.