I’m suffering from lateral epicondylitis, also known as “tennis elbow.” My doctor says I have “sew-itis.” So, no sewing or cleaning or sweeping for at least three weeks. I can type, though.
I thought I’d share some photos I took at the Richmond Quilt Guild‘s recent show. The first two are by ladies I know.
Annette Lemon designed this fabulous quilt, “Liberated My Way”:
Joyce Brown created this stunning quilt, “Dancing Batiks”:
I really liked this appliqued quilt:
And, the subtle mix of fabrics in this quilt caught my eye:
5 thoughts on “Sew Elbow”
Oh no! Not tennis elbow! Ick. I was wondering why I hadn’t seen any blog entries in a little while… I hope that you’re able to rest it and get back to quilting soon!
There were so many amazing quilts at the quilt show this year – I’m so glad I got to go. My favorite was definitely the pink Hawaiian applique, so I’m glad you noticed it too!
And here I didn’t think you liked pink.
Oh dear! Make sure you follow doctor’s orders and get back to sewing soon 🙂
Thanks. Will do.
Hello Wanda… oh I’m so sorry to hear aboit your suffering. I had something similar in my finger last year – since then I have great difficulties with knitting and crocheting … So I discovered sewing 🙂 I didn’t know that it could cause such deseases! Hope you get well soon. Kind regards, Annett