I have returned from my lovely holiday in the Peak District and have lots to tell. The cottage we stayed in was as delightful as it's picture. A true Georgian one, built in 1806 and beautifully restored, surrounded by wonderful countryside. A perfect place for active walkers but a bit wasted on us rather more sedate house and garden ramblers.
It had a rather scary Aga type cooker which we found really frightening and by the end of our week ended up eating a cold collation bought at the wonderful Chatsworth Farm Shop - even in deepest Derbyshire I can track down good ready made meals! No doubt we would have got the hang of it eventually but it was quite an experience!
After the Lord Mayor's Show etc., now I have to get down to work and finish all the odds and ends for the BOOK which is being launched at the Festival of Quilts in August. We still have to do some video inserts so I have to do some preparation for that.
The above picture is from the book - the easiest project - just to get started on the Welsh way of quilting. Do you like my Welsh teddy which I bought at Jen's? He's called Chuck - I don't know why, it just seemed appropriate at the time!