Very bold deep red poppies - I can't wait to see how this cushion turns out. This is as far as I have got, with just the sandwich pinned together.
The green will be on the back, and once it is quilted I will add a band for buttonholes. I have used this method before and was really pleased with the result.
This week we have had glorious warm sunny weather. The entire nation is in shock. Housewives are rushing to wash bedding to dry outside on the line, gardeners are working until sunset, and every flower has exploded into bloom. So much so that the press are referring to a pollen bomb. Yesterday the bomb hit me and I have my very own sneezeless variety of hay fever. Instead I get a fearful headache from blocked sinuses and can only get things done at a snail's pace. I had more fun in the blizzard.
Here goes for week 181:-
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