Had a rummage the other day in a basket, and came up with numerous unfinished needlepoint projects. One of these days it'll all get done - ha! Some hope!!
Finally, at least 1 thing that's finished in terms of the design, just got to sew it up into a cushion.
Oh well, I've finished reading 'The Clothes on Their Backs' by Linda Grant. It was shortlisted for the Man Booker prize and is a cracking read. About a girl growing up with timid refugee parents in London, who gets to know her once notorious uncle, a man who was jailed as a slum landlord. He's a fascinating character, based on the real life Peter Rachman. It's a book I'd certainly recommend and is easy to read though complex enough to keep you involved.