Friday, 19 October 2012

Italian knot stitch

here is my rather rushed effort at Italian tast stitch for week 42.
There has not been much time for stitching this week, seem to have been out a lot so I hurriedly dashed this off early this morning.




Some good news to share re Sal my granddaughter (she has decided she does not want to be known as Salma anymore)   We were at the hospital yesterday for her removal of some stitches following having a screw removed 2 weeks ago,  is now wearing her ordinary shoes, the boot has been given the boot, we go back in 4 weeks as the ankle is still very discoloured and swollen and Sal is not allowed to run ,dance or do sports but the specialist was pleased with her . Seems to have been a long journey as she shattered the ankle on july12th but we are getting there.




9 comments:

Leelagovind said...

glad to hear the good news abt sal...iam sure she will be normal soon and can run around as earlier....
though you stitched it in a hurry burry,it looks so awesome margaret..i love it...

Marjolein said...

That is good news! I really hope Sal will recover completely.
Although you were in a rush, I think you made a beautiful sample. I would never think of anything like that.

shirley said...

Good news regarding Sal. Your design for the italian knotted stitch looks like you spent hours pondering over it and stitching. Love it as always.

Leelagovind said...

thank you margaret for wishing me..as you guessed,yah its a religious festival for 9 days to worship goddess in a grant way..its really enjoyable among family members and neighbours..i mean its a get together for singing and praying and also to repect each other..we will arrange and display any idols or beautiful dolls in rows on steps..you can clearly see it in my post..thank you..

Annet said...

Great to hear the good news about Sal. I think your TAST sample is very pretty!

Linda said...

Great design Margaret, I really love it. Also lovely to hear Sal's news, and hope she continues to make good progress. It does take a long time, especially such a bad break. Cheers.

DIAN said...

Good news for all of you now that Sal is making progress. I often think of her as I have a 15 year old grand daughter and life is not always simple for these young women/girls.

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