Hats Always On My Head!

It's so great to have you visit my hat blog!

My goal is to showcase the potential of even the most novice crocheter to be able to stitch together the most beautiful beanies, berets, and brain-warmers they never dreamed possible!

Please share your photos so I may place them on my Flickr page and here on this blog! I'm looking forward to sharing your hats with others and I just love to see what you have created!

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Sunday, January 09, 2011

Hat Pattern Schedule 2011

I hope everyone's new year is off to a great start! I didn't make any diet resolutions this year! Why bother? I always break that one! ;^)

This is my mom!
She is doing very well!
She has this new contraption that she sits and walks in.
I call it the PVC pipe chair since that's what its made of!

They gave her this chair because she would no longer stay in her wheelchair. She wanted to stand up and go places! She's very wobbly! This chair enables her to walk everywhere! She loves to walk all over the nursing home. 

I guess what I am trying to explain is that my mom is no longer bed ridden (she was for 7 months) and she no longer is staying in one place most of the time. I used to have 5 to 7 hours of crochet time each day and now I am lucky if I get an hour a day. 

This has drastically cut into my hours I spend writing patterns down. I have decided not to commit to posting a pattern once a week or even twice a month. I will post them as I am able to get them done. I have been putting so much pressure on myself since the holidays as I try to figure out how I will accomplish things with mom gratefully so healthy. 

Thank you,



JoyFL said...

What a blessing! I am sure your mother is very happy since she got her PVC pipe chair and isn't bedridden any more.
I just came across your site tonight (found it thru the Caron site) and when I saw this photo and read about your mom it made me feel so good I just had to send you a comment.
Don't put pressure on yourself. Just enjoy your mom and her ability to walk and get around again, that is the most important. I want you to know this has put a smile on my face.
Bless you both.

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