Hand sewing is a little harder than machine sewing, from having to hold my left hand under the sewing item. It helps if I wear my splint.
Crocheting goes fairly well, unless I try to go too fast!
My hand and fingers are getting stronger and stronger, which is gratifying. However, my arm is not strong enough to hold down a ruler and use a rotary cutter with my right hand. It is, though, strong enough to hold down the ruler so that I can draw a line on the fabric with my right hand. Then I can use a scissors to cut the fabric along the line. Not as nice as using a rotary cutter, but it works. I feel like I'm doing things the "old fashioned" way! I have discovered something not very surprising: cutting fabric this way is not nearly as accurate as using a rotary cutter.
Most of my typing of emails, etc, has been done without capital letters, as my left little finger is very weak, and still some numbness/tingling with it, due to nerve damage during my fall. For some reason, my right little finger just doesn't know how to use the shift key!