What a day!!! We had to deal with black ice... I slid out of my driveway, slid out of my road but, thanks to some guys throwing down sand, succeeded in reaching the main road, which had been treated. What a journey it was though. There were cars sliding all over the place... very scary indeed. I hadn't expected anyone to turn up at Caverswall Quilt Cave. How wrong I was... us quilters will battle through anything rather than miss a fun stitchy day!
This block belongs to Joan The Shop. She needs 16 of them for the quilt she's making, you can just see that number 2 block is ready for it's Saw Tooth border and, as the Half Square Triangles (HST) are already made, it too will be finished very soon.
That's it, 4 pictures... I told you we were busy! We meet again on Wednesday 15th and Friday 17th February. 10am - 3pm as usual.
If you missed the PAT testing man, and lots of you did because of the treacherous conditions... He's coming back in April, I'll let you know the details nearer the time. If you have somewhere else you can get your machines tested, I urge you to do so. Yesterday 4 machines had the wrong size fuse in the plug. One sewing machine failed the test because it had an earth leak, a good recipe for an electric shock, and one sewing machine had a dangerous plug, and that's from testing only 18 machines!