The plaid quilt is in one piece now, and I reeeaally love it.
I'm working on the pieced backing, trying to use up scraps left over, and once that is done the plaids will be packed away in a much smaller box; when I've collected a new lot I'll make Plaid No2.
It's back to the Log Cabins this weekend, I'm getting sick of the material for that lying around in untidy piles so I cut out enough pieces for the next 20 blocks.
On Monday we went to Jamestown to get a backing for a customer, and pick up some tablets from the vet. We walked the dogs on the oval, where some other people were playing with their dog. Dolly had to be persuaded that stealing an English Mastiff's soccer ball was not such a good idea. She was convinced she could take on a dog five times her size, and I would have taken photos except I had my hands full of a defiant little madam at the time. She's so obsessed with soccer balls, she would run through fire to get one.
We stopped at the opshop in a neighbouring town, and I bought this canvaswork picture for $1.
It's professionally framed, with a double matt and thick glass, and on the back it has a 1959 date.