The plaid phase hasn't gone in this house yet - I've come to a stall on my proverbs quilt, basically because I can't be bothered to work out the maths on the next round yet
However I started to play with some 2.5" squares the other day for a mini quilt from an inkling of an idea I'd seen somewhere on the internet
And here we are the centre for a teeny little quilt - it's not quite as PINK as it seems in the photo - the lighting wasn't brilliant
I still have borders to add - maybe this afternoon and then it can be quilted
As for strange sewing - one of the girls' coaches often gets roped in to referee some of Sarah's club games and rarely has a whistle on him - a bit of a drawback in that role.
So when we were in town last Saturday we bought a couple of ref's whistles to keep with the kit. Of course they didn't have any ribbon/string on them to hang round the neck so I recycled some I'd taken off something somewhere some time ago.
However I thought I'd personalise it in an attempt to ensure that our whistles don't wander
If you look closely you'll see I've free machine written 'Taunton Fillies' along the length of each ribbon in bright pink.
Hopefully the boys teams won't want to pinch them with girlie ribbons on :o)