Monday, September 17, 2007

Crumb Caos update

I've been getting a lot of requests for a link to my Crumb Caos tutorial, so I've added it to my side bar. Maybe I should create a link list on my sidebar of the various tutorials I've done in my blogging history. Maybe when I can type with two hands again LOL!

Still waiting to hear the verdict on my shoulder from my doctor. Don't really expect to hear anything until sometime this afternoon.

8 comments:

Marcie said...

Good idea to list links to your tutorials on your sidebar, Patti. I wish I had thought to add bookmarks to them earlier. Good luck with your shoulder issue!

Libby said...

I love the idea of having links to your tutorials. I have found them helpful when you posted them . . . being able to easily go back and refresh myself would be a treat.

Now go rest that shoulder *s*

Sarah Jayne said...

Hope you're feeling better.

I don't know if you've been advised, but your blog is featured in the October edition of British Patchwork and Quilting. I was excited to see a blog I look at on a regular basis. I'd love to hear how they got in touch with you. It's a nice write up.

Greenmare said...

oh I hope youre shoulder is feeling better soon.
I laughed to read that you call your long arm Gandalf. My cousins is called Gus, her son nicknamed it that for Gamill Underhouse System
the machine is in the basement. ;-)

Robin said...

Patti
I hope you get good news from the Dr. and that the shoulder is back in action soon
Robin

Judy said...

Wow Patti, I hadn't realized that I missed coming to your spot for an update! I missed a lot! Your poor shoulder! Rest it well so it gets totally better. Love all the flimsies, even thought they stare and taunt you, they are done tops at least. the MAM blocks are fabulous together!!

Dawn said...

I"m hoping the news on your shoulder is good....

cher said...

I should have read this sooner-I keep that magazine handy for exactly that reference! Someone has written a block now on mileaminute blocks...and it's not Carol. I come across other quilters that are reaping the benefits of your tutorial Patti...great going to put up a link!