and 8ft square so absolutely brilliant. I had to be the first person to use it - you know me!! So I got this quilt on the table straight away. But have to get it off by Tuesday as the first lady to book the room is using on Wednesday! I think it will be a very popular room! Only £10 per day for the use of the tab le.
Now below is Barbara's version of the same quilt as I have on the table -I used metallic fabrics and Barbara went for Batik's - don't they both look so different and so striking.
Barbara is planing to get hers stitched together this week.
Right well I showed you my Cut & Come Again - work in progress - so here it is finished!! I did the workshop two weeks ago and finished this yesterday so I am very pleased with it.
I used a metallic thread and a fancy stitch on my lovely new janome Horizon which incidentally I adore.
Then having watched the ladies last weekend at Gina's workshop I decided sequins were the order of the day in the border - and I am very pleased with the effect. The photo of the stitching is not very clear and not doing it justice - probably the fault of the photographer!!
Right Angela was insistent that I blogged about the aquarium as well - in fact they are both doing exceedingly well. The Marine is getting very settled and here is a picture of them being fed last night - they go into a frenzy when the food is put in - frozen shrimps last night!
Now the three cold water fish in the other aquarium are growing so much - but unfortunately we have a fault on the tank and Rob has had to go out and buy a new power unit for the pump today. So they are going to be disturbed. Actually looking at the photo they look like one big blob - but there are two larger fish - one with onlyone eye - and a smaller fish. Though they have all grown incredibly.