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Old 10-21-2020, 11:11 AM
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Wow SBG, that's the coup de gras of any boot that I have ever seen! Hope everything will be okay and they can find out more on the MRI.

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Old 10-21-2020, 11:22 AM
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THanks...

TG, my mother and grandmother being Russian, they made all kinds of cabbage everything. My favorite soup they made was borscht. I haven't made it in 10 years and not sure I'd even remember how! Boy, I miss them and their great cooking.
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Old 10-21-2020, 11:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Queenbarbiej View Post
Biblistone, I that star by the name Star drop. I purchased it about a year ago from Thepatternbasket.com https://www.thepatternbasket.com/pro...e/star-drops-1
Yep, appears the same except I have all my little star points a different color. Seems like every pattern designer makes minor changes and gives the block a new name.
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Old 10-21-2020, 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Cheesehead View Post
Wow SBG, that's the coup de gras of any boot that I have ever seen! Hope everything will be okay and they can find out more on the MRI.

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Get this... it has a little inflater that blows air into it to support the foot. Before you take it off you have to deflate. LOL!
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Old 10-21-2020, 11:39 AM
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Here are two that I had forgotten to post. Bugaroo and Terriamn's pop of blue!

I never made borsht - but I have tasted it and liked it. We grew up with quite a few polish people who made Galumpkis. I would make them and hated trying to get the cabbage cooked enough to be able to roll. Gave up on that. Then we went to Klingers Tony Packos in Toledo Ohio. they had Hungarian Galumpkis. Fell in love with the taste. But again - no way will I take the time to roll them. So I throw all the ingredients in a pot and have stew!
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Old 10-21-2020, 02:07 PM
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Originally Posted by travelinggramma View Post
Here are two that I had forgotten to post. Bugaroo and Terriamn's pop of blue!

I never made borsht - but I have tasted it and liked it. We grew up with quite a few polish people who made Galumpkis. I would make them and hated trying to get the cabbage cooked enough to be able to roll. Gave up on that. Then we went to Klingers Tony Packos in Toledo Ohio. they had Hungarian Galumpkis. Fell in love with the taste. But again - no way will I take the time to roll them. So I throw all the ingredients in a pot and have stew!
I have made Galumpkis for as long as I can remember. My mother taught me as a kid on a single occasion and I was expected to make them for a family of 7 on request.
As an Adult I taught my kids to make them but I still remain the main maker of the Galumpkis. My kids are 1/2 polish. They did the Polish folk dances for years and learned enough of the language that they can get by understanding but not speak it. My MIL told me that the Galumpkis I made were as good as her own. So I passed the test early on.
Travelinggramma I love your two blocks. they are so nice.
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Old 10-21-2020, 06:28 PM
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You can also do what I do and that is use my other foot. It takes a bit of getting use to but I have it mastered now.
that has the added advantage of stimulating neural development in the brain. I occasionally brush my teeth with my nondominant hand for that reason.
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Old 10-21-2020, 07:34 PM
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Julia, I sewed left footed all day! You’re right, it is easy to get used to. I am tired tho, from finagling the heavy boot on the other foot.
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Old 10-22-2020, 05:10 AM
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IrishMom, love your blocks for klaws, especially the blue elephant!. TG, pretty butterfly block for bugaroo and the placement of your blue on Terriamn's is wonderful.

SBG. where is the bubble suit when you need it? I'm sorry to hear that you're having such pain. The MRI will reveal the problem and hopefully there is a non-surgical remedy. In the meantime, rest up although now that you know you can sew with your left foot, something tells me you won't be slowing down much. Be kind to yourself.

As for me, PT went much better yesterday, thank goodness. I'm making good progress but I had to be reminded it's only a bit over two weeks since surgery to I must be patient. Hmmm. I'll work on that.

I'm off to google Galumpkis recipes...have a happy day everyone. It's almost the weekend!
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Old 10-22-2020, 05:47 AM
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Here are three more. I have a Double Pinwheel for Annt59, a classic 4 patch/9patch block for Bibliostone, and a butterfly for Bugaroo. I really like this butterfly pattern and was thinking of using it to make a throw quilt with my 1930s fabric.

Stay healthy everyone! And successful recoups for the injured of our group.



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