30 January 2014

CQJP 2014 January

Hello CQ friends. At least here I am again.
 It took a while because of my health which is not very good.
Tomorrow I go to the hospital to get an injection in my spine.
 I so hope that will be the solution for the pain I suffer from since half December.
In the meantime I embroidered a little bit CQ, one seam at a day. I cannot sit on a chair for more than 10 minutes.
This is the first block of 12, all in the same color range.
I had the plan ready last year for the CQJP but that didn't work out.
Now I have made a start for the CQJP 2014.
In the end it will become a wall hanging in the livingroom.
The size of this block is 8 inch, 20 cm square.
I kept the embroidery simple because the fabrics have a pattern also. In the right corner a bit of a crochet doily from my grandmother.


Hannie de Beer said...

Fijn, om weer eens iets van je te lezen! Mooi werkje alweer, ook al heb je last van je rug het is uitstekend gelukt. Hopelijk helpt de injectie?
Sterkte !

Ruth said...

Den var nydelig, skal bli spennende å se når du får ferdig alle, og de henger på veggen som ett smykke. Lykke til i morgen, krysser fingre for at denne gangen blir det bra :-)

Janny de Roo said...

Ook op Facebook werd je al gemist Ati, maar ik hoop voor je dat je binnenkort weer uit de voeten kunt, als je de injectie hebt gehad. Het kleed gaat vast en zeker heel mooi worden, ik hou wel van deze kleuren. Sterkte met je rug !
groet, Janny

miekenoor said...

Och meid toch! Succes morgen, hoor!

miekenoor said...

Och meid toch! Succes morgen, hoor!

tiny said...

Een heel mooi blok heb je gemaakt, en hopelijk heeft je injectie morgen effect en heb je geen pijn meer. Sterkte en groetjes Tiny

Wendy said...

Your block is so very beautiful Ati...good to see you stitching again...will say a prayer for quick recovery of your back...have a blessed day.

Sandies' Patch said...

I do hope the injection works for you Ati, so sorry to hear you have been in such pain.
Your needlework as always is 'eye candy' to me, so beautiful and my colours too.

Take care sweet lady xxx

Rengin Yazitas said...

Dear Ati,
I'm sorry to hear that you have pains. I hope the injection works well and you feel better.
Your block looks so pretty.
Take care of yourself,

Hideko Ishida 石田英子 said...

Dear Ati, I am glad to see your beautiful work on a block. But I also feel sorry to hear you have some trouble with your health. Please take care of yourself. I hope you would get better with a good treatment. Hideko

Storme said...

Ati, so sorry to hear your not feeling well, will Keep you in my prayers that injections go well and that they are the answer. Have missed seeing your inspirational work.

Annet said...

Wat een mooi blok, Ati. Ik hoop dat de injectie snel z'n werk doet. Beterschap!

margaret said...

I do hope the injection has eased your pain and that you will be able to sit and stitch once again, Love this block you have shared today

Ineke Hulzebos said...

Wat is dat vervelend, hopelijk helpt de injectie tegen de pijn, sterkte en beterschap. Het is een prachtig blok!

Liefs, Ineke

Suztats said...

The block is looking very nice. Hope you're feeling better.

Gillie said...

All of the above from me too. I had good results from several epidurals so hope it's the same for you, dear Ati.

Anonymous said...

Dear Ati!
Glad to se you back again.
Sad to hear that you have pain.
Whish you all the best in these days.
Send you hugs and all my prayers.
eva from austria

cq4fun said...

What a pretty block, Ati. I love your elegance, as always. I'm so sorry to hear you are having pain. I hope the shot in your spine helped and you are already feeling better. It's good to see you working on the CQJP2014. I'm behind and it's only month 2! But I'm catching up. I'm doing Moms blocks that I didn't get finished before.

Rosalía said...

I hope you have better days!

2ne said...

Beautifull block and nice embroidery. Hope you are feeling better soon.

Anonymous said...

Dear Ati, I will keep you in my prayers and may God continue to bless the beautiful work of your hands and heal your back. Deborah in USA

Terri said...

Gorgeous crazy quilt square! I love your stitching, and the lovely fabrics you used. Your grandmother's doily adds great value to it as well. It will be an heirloom.
I am so sorry to hear about your pain! I do hope the injections give you the relief you need.