I've been to the hospital today and I'm to have a week without using my knee and then a week trying to walk and seeing how I get on and then I go back to the hospital to have the progress or damage assessed!
Hmm. So I'm sitting on the sofa with my knee splinted and feeling pretty useless. I could do loads of online shopping, or I could join in a Hexalong!
here. There are opportunities to share what you do on Lily's Quilts' Flickr group and lots of help, support and tutorials. Today Lynne has posted about the basics of English Paper Piecing here.
This doesn't have to be a new project, I'm sure most of us have some hexagons (or other tessellating shapes) sitting in a bag or drawer somewhere. Pull them out, they're the ideal project for taking out and about this summer, pop a few in your handbag, have some in the car, do a few when you have a few minutes to yourself....
I already have an ongoing EPP project, my Japanese clamshells. I've asked DH to find them and bring them to me, along with a nice cup of tea and a bowl of fresh cherries and my afternoon is sorted! Photo tomorrow (I couldn't push my luck and ask for the camera and computer lead too now could I?)