Yesterday my Quilting Group held a Quilting Bee. Lots of people were invited for tea and cakes (NEVER refuse tea and cake. That's the law). Anyway, we were supposed to take something along to show and tell and panic set in. I haven't made anything since Christmas, and I gave those away. Then I found the above. I started this piece of Cathedral Window quilting twenty years ago but never finished it. It was lurking in my stash cupboard, looking very sorry for itself, especially around the edges which were a bit stained and grubby. Anyway, it was duly shown and told and so now I think I should finish it. I have also started a cushion cover using triangular patches in a heart shape which were stolen from Mrs Sew and Sew who herself had copied them from Karen. As Mrs Sew and Sew says ' Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery' so I hope they're both okay with this. I've chosen to make mine in some lovely vibrant pinks and greens. I'll put it up when I've finished. I had a lovely drive to Llandrindod Wells today as I was on a course for work. It's lovely to see some green after days and days of snow covered hills. On the subject of which, there are some daffodils trying to come out in the garden which have survived the harsh weather. Spring will be early again methinks although we were awoken this morning by a tremendous flash of lightning and an even bigger clash of thunder. The weather gets more weird by the day. If we had a tsunami I doubt I'd be surprised. And we can't blame it all on 'the rockets up in space' like my mother used to do.