Eldest daughter, spotted out in public, holding up a quilt.
But only because she bet me England would win their second game in the World Cup and I (with years of knowledge under my belt of how we under-perform on the big occasions) bet her they would lose. Her forfeit was to do the washing up for the week.
Of course they lost.
Negotiations were entered into.
"How about instead of me doing the washing up for a week, I hold some quilts up in public for you during the next seven days.
As you can probably tell from the back, the vast majority of the blocks in this quilt came from one person - Helen - who blogs at Archie the Wonder Dog.
So I just popped in a few more blocks that matched the orange and purple theme she had.
Including this one which came in a batch from Leila who very kindly offered for US quilters to send blocks to her with $ towards postage and then she mailed me the one big box. I haven't counted but I think there are over a hundred blocks.
And that is Soy Amado No: 42