The time has come and I have to place my parents into a home. My dad has dementia and mum has Charles Bonnet Syndrome. They both turn 90 in October and will be married 69 years this year. To top it off my sister broke her ankle last week and our son in
I am up to number seven, These trees make beautiful gifts. I placed mylar under the baubles. The lights I purchased from Kmart and have seen them in the discount stores also. I was going to finish them off with a band as in photo 3 but now I am going
Back in October Toogie was looking for some inspiration and I shared some travel accessories that I carry with me when I travel. Last night I was on www.wish.com and found the travel pegs I use [the second photo]. The first photo would be an easy projec
These are a set of coasters are made for my sister for her Birthday. She loves them and so do all her sewing friends. They are so quick and easy to make. The designs are from http://sanfranciscostitchco.com.
Hi cuties, Just letting you know that for the next 8 to 10 weeks I will have limited time for my embroidery. My mother had an operation and is unable to bend lift or twist for the next few weeks. My dad has dementia and will be little help to her to add
Hi Cuties, my husband has booked us a cruise from Sydney (oz) through the pacific islands then Hawaii (warm climate) to Vancouver (heading into cooler weather) then up the inside passage (cold weather). Glacier Bay (freezing point). We live in the trop
I just wanted to share with those Cuties who make things for people with dementia. My friend's mother was put into respite, and the home made a placemat with her picture, first name and all the things that she likes (music, gardening, etc). So the staf
I am going to make this table runner for a dear old friend. This is a trial stitch out on a 10 minute table runner for the placement of the designs. I will be using a heavier fabric and stabilizer to embroider on due to the amount of stitches, each desig