It's not the usual combination, rugby and quilting, but there aren't any rules that say you can't do your quilting whilst watching Wales beating Scotland in the 6 Nations rugby! (you can watch it on the Beeb in the UK, and on BBC America here in the US... in 2 weeks it's England v France I believe)
It was great to hear the crowd singing the traditional Welsh rugby songs; the Welsh fans are always in good voice! And great to see Wales winning again, even if the game was a bit scrappy at times.
And, to boot, I got through stitching 5 more squares, then I ran out of paired-up squares so had to stop!
I think it should be a new rule in rugby that when a player gets sent to the sin bin for 10 minutes he should have to complete a minimum of 2 quilting squares to calm down and re-focus; this would work in ice hocky and American football too!
Remember, if you need to feel more matcho when quilting, just mix it with a healthy dose of contact sports... it really works!
Edit:In other news, I need to stop sticking pins and needles in my jumper or dressing gown (if I'm having a lazy day)... at best I just lose them, at worst I either stab myself trying to find them again, or I pull the needle out the wrong side and end up stitching it into the clothing, necessitating scissors to get it out! I think this is clearly one to add to the bad habits list!