Friday, January 15, 2010

Origami Christmas Tree

I made several of these decorations as Christmas presents This one I kept for myself
I really enjoyed making these
Lorraine is still vomiting her little heart out
Saw the Gall Bladder surgeon yesterday and he is happy to take the gallbladder out as there are definately stones present
She is happy to take the chance to find out if that is whats causing the vomiting and noone else is coming up with any solutions , so hopefully this will fix the problem
Surgery is not happening until Feb. 8th though
I have started to quilt my single bed quilt for baby Thomas Hopefully wont be long before it is finished, then I am planning to make a bag for my Mum's birthday next monthPosted by Picasa

14 comments:

Lindi said...

I do hope that solves Lorraine's problem.

Loralynn said...

My prayers are with you both that this will take care of Lorraine's problem.

Ariane said...

Your Christmas tree is very cute. I hope your daughter gets better soon.

Anita said...

Hope things only get better from here on for Lorraine. Love your christmas tree. Kind regards, Anita.

Jules said...

Fiddly to do, but very effective - that tree...

It must help Lorraine to know that not only is there a cause for the vomiting, but that something can and is being, done about it. Many thoughts and prayers still coming your way.......

Noela said...

Glad to hear your daughter may have an answer to her vomiting. I send my prayers to your family and hope all goes well on the 8th Feb. The Xmas tree looks lovely.

Bev C said...

Hello Illene, Just love that Christmas tree,I think it should hang around for a bit longer after all the work that went into it. Happy days.

Notjustnat said...

I had a closed look at this Christmas tree ornament and it looks very effective. I hope you will give a tutorial of it one day - Hugs Nat

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Cute tree...hope all goes well with the surger...Dzintra♥x

clare's craftroom said...

Poor Lorraine , I hope she can get some help soon .

bluebird-lyn said...

Hi Illene, love your Christmas tree and hope Lorraine recovers quickly....Hugs Lyn

Di's Quilting and Craft said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and very nice to meet you Illene. You certainly achieve a lot and seem very busy in retirement. Nice that you kept one of your lovely tree decorations for yourself.

Jeni said...

hope Lorraine is feeling better.....
love your tree......
i am in the middle... of making a table runner in same pattern

Home of Creative Treasures said...

I love this little Christmas Tree! Is it possible to share how you folded the fabric to form the shapes. I was shown once but silly me didn't make a sample to remind me for later. :(

Thank you for a great blog! :D