Here we are, my miniature hearts quilt is completed - it measures in at around 12" x 10" and one of my work mates loved it so much that I'm making a cream version with dark blue hearts on now especially for her as she's redecorating her bedroom in those colours - she doesn't know about that yet, so shhhhhh, don't tell her :o)
This was such fun to do - small enough to finish quickly but not too fiddly - I can feel a range of them in all different colours coming on
Sarah had a Regional rugby match against the West Midlands on Sunday - in all the time I've been watching her play I have never been so cold - the weather was fair but the north wind blowing directly at us across the pitch was what we call in Yorkshire a lazy wind because it goes through you instead of round you. Brrrrrrrrrr!!!!!
Still it was definitely worth it - they didn't actually win the match, it was a close call at 5-12, but the bonus result of the day was that Sarah and one of her club mates have been selected for the final squad of 22 who will represent the South West South region for the U18s age group at the National Ladies Rugby Festival in May.
Sorry Jane, I shan't be able to call in to give you a stitchery tutorial as they've moved it from Rugby to Lichfield this year.
I only have one more day at school this week as it's Easter with a Bank Holiday on both Friday and Monday and I swapped my day off from Monday to Thursday so I get a long 5 day weekend - who knows I might even get my sewing area tidied up - don't hold your breath though :o)