Somehow I seem to have ended up with two six-and-a-half-inch square rulers - if one would be of any use to anybody I'd be more than happy to post it off to you. Obviously, I'll pick the first one to answer affirmatively.
I've now got three swap partners. I've finished the bag for Linda's Bag and Bucket Swap - my partner lives in the USA but didn't give any colour preferences, but seems to like a wide range of colours and materials, so hopefully I'll be in the right area.
My Stitcher's Angel partner lives in Australia and from her blog seems to like country style projects and reds - so that's a bit of a help.
My Secret Santa partner lives in the USA and also likes reds, which is handy for a Christmas project.
I know what I'm doing for the Secret Santa swap, but haven't yet decided on what to do for the Stitcher's Angel swap. I'd better get a wiggle on as I've also signed up for the next Cyber Stitching organised by Mrs Martin's Quilt Shop and I ought to start thinking about small Christmas gifts to make for the family. They only need to be small as we give charity 'virtual' gifts to the adults and tend to give larger presents for birthdays.
Well, I've had several blogs without any pictures, so here's one that's got nothing to do with anything, but I love it. A few years ago we had a History Week at school, and based it around the Norman Conquest of 1066. As a grand finale we re-enacted the Battle of Hastings on the school field. My class were Norman archers and we dressed them up with hats and black bin bag tunics, and made cardboard swords and cardboard (very floppy) bows and arrows. We had such a wonderful time and I know the children will remember it for years to come. So, here's a picture of the class I was teaching at the time, lined up in two ranks preparing to shoot at the Saxons.