Here is the pile of twelve quilts, with a gentle swan one on the top. I don't know what I'll do when I can no longer sew, but let's hope that's a while coming!
On a cheerful note, Julie and her sister Lynne organised a Bellydance Hafla (it's a performance party which is great fun) in Rugby, and plan to donate any profits to Linus! How kind!
Here are the dancers from a Day of the Dead inspired number. Lynne is seated in the yellow dress and Julie is looking haughty immediately behind her. What fabulous costumes! They invited us down to have a stall at the the show, so we could meet people and share the kinds of things we did, but unfortunately I've been laid low with a heavy cold, and didn't wait to be sniffing and snorting all the way through the show, and certainly didn't want to potentially share my germs with everyone. It was a shame we missed it, but maybe next year we'll get along. Thank you to Diana, Julie and Lynne for supporting Project Linus!