I am going to check on those gloves. Anything that might give a little support (esp on my right hand) would be great. I'll check some medical supply places here and see what they might cost. My father was a master carpenter (he wouldn't say that, tho'). He had to have surgery to cut the constricted tendons at the base of his fingers. I'm hoping it doesn't come to that....I seem to take after him in a lot of ways!
Thermoskin is the brand I bought. Google the original company web site for instructions on how to measure your size etc. They can be purchased on Amazon now and are a bit less expensive, but still the best .......... originally I bought several pairs and returned all as they were either so so in quality or just plain didn't fit a human hand. Happy warm hands ladies. Donna
Go with what works for you.
I've been finding that a lot of colours are so similar that if you spill them and pick them up and get the wrong tube you can't really tell. I have some limits to what I like, I find I don't use anything bigger than a 6/0, or smaller than 15/0, but I do use the odd fancy bead. As for shapes, unless they really speak to me, or I have a project that is shouting for them, I tend to resist the temptation. I always seem to find a pattern I like, but I never seem to have the right beads. I am getting very good at improvising with sizes and such, after all I have only so many $. :)
Love the Westies photo. Sending Good Thoughts and Prayers your way.
I often wondered "What the overdoit is an Acronym for?"(can't spell eighter) I know it can't be good.
Take care of you
Blessed are those who can Give, without remembering
and Take with out Forgetting
I'm glad you like it. I'm missing them something furious right now. They're staying with their "gramma" whilst we're in VA. Hard to sleep when they're not in bed with me.
Not sure I understand your second sentence. Was it directed to me? Hope you're having a great Thanksgiving, too!
To the acronym looks like over-do-it
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