Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Jemima's Mystery Quilt

It's a new year and this hexie making project has been very consuming. 

This is the end of Part 6 on Jemima's Creative Quilting Mystery Quilt. As you recall I joined and got to about part 6 on the first one. I will share with you in the coming weeks where my first Hexie Mystery ended up.

My garden will start calling me back soon. And this year 2022,  I begin weighing 50 lbs less than I started 2021. What a true accomplishment for me. 

This is a very common lunch for me. I started March 16th, 2021 after learning that my mobility was on the line. I learned from MIR that I had two torn tendons in my left ankle. I injured it Feb 2018, fought my doctor over getting an MIR only to be told that I'd be wasteing the tax dollars. 

Bottom line, I learned that not all doctors have ethics! And that if want to change something, it's only me that is going to change anything.

A start is better than a non-start. Losing weight one day at a time. One meal after another. Get a good sleep.

I also designed a warm, brimmed hat.

Happy Quilting Everyone!
@carlithequilter

3 comments:

  1. 50 lbs is huge!! That certainly wasn't easy I know so congratulations. I still haven't done anything with my hexies - thought I had an idea but when I attempted it I ended up hating the entire thing. Not sure at this point if I'll ever do anything with them or simply cut my losses and send the lot to the thriftie and let someone else sort them out.

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  2. Congratulations on the weight loss!!! That is really a big deal.

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  3. Wonderful hexie project and just love your hat. Congratulations on your accomplishment of loosing 50 pounds, wow.

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