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Lots of sewing...

I've been a busy girl - honest.
So here is a cushion I've made for the Market Bosworth festival where we have the quilt exhibition. This cushion for the cushion raffle.
I've also made a present for someone special - but I can't show you it all until I've handed it over...
And I've got something else on the go too....
There you go - I've been busy honest.
Tomorrow I'm off to run the Race for Life - there's a link to my sponsorship page on the top right-hand side of my blog page if you'd like to make a contribution.
And I'm on holiday this week and I've got a class at Bramble Patch with Sheena Norquay.
And I was really pleased to see my quilt for the Margaret Every challenge on the Bramble Patch site. When I collect it later in the week I'll post a photo so you can see which on it is.
I hope you're all enjoying this lovely weather we having - after all the rain.
Have a good weekend and I'll post lots of photos of my class very soon.


Jacqui said…
Lovely sewing Sarah - see you soon
You are such a tease...Can't wait to see more of your hidden work..including your quilt that is at the Bramble.

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