This should have been a straightforward week of preparation and catching up throughout the C&B Empire, but during the weekend all plans had to change. It started at the rural office when building and repair works were given the go-ahead and the builder was able to start immediately – brick dust, plaster dust, very elderly walls
Hand piecing is no easier to unpick than machine piecing……. but the whole day’s work had to be undone, and you can guess what is on the agenda at the rural branch today! Still, it’s a pretty block and it will probably show up on Barbara’s blog as the sample develops.
Meanwhile back at C&B Towers life was a little more under control to the point where spring bulbs had been planted, project notes written up, quilts measured, quilts planned, worksheets finished. And then the almost-disaster struck – cyber attack discovered, files corrupted, work lost. Much frantic activity to resolve and salvage the situation. So it appears that Chris is going to be deeply engaged with technical matters for the immediate future with a vastly increased caffeine intake….