Sewing the vertical sashing on the back
Pinning the horizontal sashing in place with the half inch finished square to match the front sashing.
I'm not very sociable so always find these works outings traumatic. Balancing a paper plate, wondering if the meat is cooked through, warm drinks, strangers - you get the picture. So I didn't actually eat anything and consequently was hungry at the normal time. I ordered a takeaway Indian Meal - which had something missing. I popped round to John's to deliver theirs (they are more tied now by babies). I was only out about four minutes when I saw the driver outside our house. Will was handing over the mis-delivered dish and taking delivery of the correct one. Unfortunately he gave them the wrong one - my Korma. So I had to call them back. However it was delicious when I finally sat down to eat.
The satellite dish has a fault so there was no telly last night. I thought it might be something to do with the weather - we have had very hot days and thunder. Unfortunately it is still not working. I don't watch a huge amount of television but I do listen to it. Of course it would happen for F1 weekend and the British Grand Prix - horror of horrors. I couldn't get the FreeSat to work, nor the Freeview and when I tried to get something online I downloaded a virus.
To cut a long story short I also have a flat tyre, I burnt the toast (as in there were flames) the supermarket was so full of people it was making me feel giddy and I didn't get everything on my list. And then I fell asleep for most of the Grand Prix. And now my quilt looks like this:
I made these on Thursday,
Ben stayed on Friday night so I got a lot of cuddles and those precious feel good moments you get with a two year old on a voyage of discovery and wonderment. That's the bit I intend to remember, but, ROLL ON NEXT WEEK!