I also have several projects in the works, which will have to wait until I can move my left arm.
This wire-wrapped rosary has been in the queue on and off since November. Now that all the knitted gifts are finished, I can finally finish it. A woman from New Zealand contacted me yesterday to make an Our Lady of Sorrows chaplet, so I have to order parts today, and finish this one up so I can work on that one when the parts arrive.
I started this project as a scarf but ran out of black yarn already. I wanted to use up some scraps, but I guess I didn't have quite enough scraps, since I want to make every other row black. I think I'll get some more black and remake it into a blanket for Joshua's bed.
This little bracelet kit made its way into my stocking at Christmas. When I consecrated myself to the Blessed Mother, Fr. Adam suggested that "we wear chains, because we are her slaves." I usually wear a Miraculous Medal on a chain around my neck, or Miraculous Medal earrings, but unless I look in the mirror, I forget I have them on. The bronze links of the bracelet are large, and reminiscent of chains of bondage. And since I'll have it around my wrist, I'll see it all the time. I'm adding a tiny bronze Miraculous Medal.