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    Pieced, but not quilted

    I've been out of commission for awhile; last Sept. I fell in my backyard (tripped over a tomato cage), and tore my right rotator cuff in two places. I finally went to the dr. and had surgery on it in Dec. I was in a sling for 6 weeks, couldn't even drive! ( DH and I did many things together that we hadn't done in years! Like grocery shopping, running errands, etc) Anyway, I'm in physical therapy now, and they still won't let me FMQ, but I can piece. So now I've got 6 quilt tops finished, ready to quilt.

    This is the first one I did.
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    Pieced, but not quilted, #2

    Here is another top waiting for the dr.'s OK to start FMQ.
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    Very nice quilt ............. you can do so much with HST - glad you are doing better.

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    Beautiful work!!!!!! So sorry about your injury but glad to hear you are on the mend!!!! Hopfully you will be able to FMQ before to long!!!!

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    Very pretty.
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    Glad you are better. Don't over do it using your arm. Your quilt is very nice. I love the colors.

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    So glad you are on the mend and back to sewing love the fabrics and nice job on all the HST's
    ​Christine

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    Pretty quilt. Glad to hear that you are progressing well. Take care.

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    very pretty quilt. Glad you feeling better and hope 100% soon.

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    Very pretty and glad you are feeling better.
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    I like your quilt and pattern you used very pretty.

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    Nice work.

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    WOw, I really like this.

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    Different & nicely done.
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    nicely done
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    they are both beautiful. glad you are on the road to recovery

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    Both are beautiful, praying for a speedy recovery.

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    They are both beautiful. Hopefully your recovery progresses well and you can get back to FMQ
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    Both are great. The first is so crisp and pretty, love it, may have to put on my to do list. Glad you are on the mend.
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    Both are awesome! Hoping for quick recovery! Watch out for those tomato cages!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    Love the quilts! I know of 4 people just in my church that have had that surgery since Dec. i hope your rehab goes well and you can get back to quilting.
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    glad you are on the mend and able to piece again-it is torture to not be able to create.
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    Wonderful quilts. I particularly like the first. Had no idea simple hst could be arranged so intricately. Really, really nice -- especially the borders.

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    Glad you're on the mend! Both are beautiful!

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    You can't keep a good quilting woman down! Nice!
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