Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Super Bowl Mystery


I can't believe I forgot all about this until I saw it on Kathy's Quilts - total DUH moment.  This is my LQS and I get their newsletter!!  OK, these mysteries are a one day event, small project, and you usually have your flimsie finished by the afternoon.


Kris at Quilt Bug has the fabric requirements posted and the schedule of the mystery clues time line.  Here are the fabrics I plan to use and if you visit Kathy, you can see her fun brights.  OR you can go with the color plan Kris has - totally your fun!!  I just 'shopped' my fabric shelves.  I've been wanting to play with that wineglass fabric for a long time - my border fabric - and pulled the other colors from that.  This will be my February 'Something New' and monthly 'Make it Handmade Christmas' project - whoot!!

So why the guys are enjoying the game and being all noisy - go play in your sewing room with a fun mystery.

**update**  

I had very good news from my surgeon - got the green light to start walking everyday to build back up to norm.  Next appt. is a month away.  AND I got permission to start driving in 2 weeks - whoot!!   Thank you all for your blessings and prayers and kindness - you certainly had a big part in this healing process.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

27 comments:

  1. LOVE your fabric choices! Glad to hear you had good news from your doctor.

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  2. Yippee! I am so happy for you. Look out world Sharon is back!

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  3. Praise God! It is not easy not being able to accomplish what we take for granted as normal tasks. I was basically homebound for 8 weeks with eye surgery recovery and even though I'm not a person who has to get often, it was not easy. That month until the next appointment will fly. Prayers for continued recovery.

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  4. Great news from your surgeon! So glad for you.

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  5. Excellent news from the doctor! I love your choices of fabric, too.

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  6. What great news. You must be so happy that there's no need for any more surgery.

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  7. That's wonderful news! Congratulations.

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  8. That IS good news!! Just pace yourself accordingly. Thanks for the heads up on this mystery project. What a cool idea!

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  9. Wonderful news.....just makes everything look so much better when you get the go ahead!

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  10. Such wonderful news , so glad your report was good ! This little project sounds like fun ,may check it out .

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  11. Woohoo, awesome news!!! Thanks for the update - I know the girls will be asking!!!!

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  12. That's great news. With only two weeks before driving, you must be healing really well.

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  13. That's great news but don't over do it or take any risks ! I am so pleased for you

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  14. *SO* glad you got happy news!! That makes me *smile*!! To be honest ... I'm one of those girls that will be earnestly WATCHING the game -- but I may have some handwork in my lap! LOL! :)

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  15. Great news Sharon, I am so glad you are doing so well!!

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  16. WOW that's great news Sharon... so pleased for you! :)

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  17. Love your mystery fabric choices!
    And so happy to hear your good news!
    I'm sure the quilt had a big role in the fast recovery :)

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  18. Good to hear your good news. Appian Way Mystery sounds nice. I wonder how all of the grays and brown look in the end. Think I prefer what you chose to work with.

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  19. Great news, congratulations. I hope there is no more snow so you can get back to normal ASAP. Enjpy each and every step.

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  20. Wonderful news! I'm doing a happy dance for you.

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  21. So very glad to hear your good news from the doctor...wonderful! Stay warm -- walk inside! :) We have ice and snow down here....brrr!

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  22. And that says freedom! I know you have felt so confined - it's always good to hear when they "release" you to go back to being normal again. :) blessings, marlene

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  23. Fabulous News from the Dr.! I came over to see your NewFO post and 'found' a new mystery to make - THANKS!

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  24. Here's hoping that there won't be any more snow by the time you get to drive again. We want you SAFE. Yipee for all the good news, and all the projects you got done this month (NewFO's).

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  25. Great news! Hope your rehab is going well. I'm a bit behind in my blog reading, so I suspect you're up to driving now. Travel safe!

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