This is what it's supposed to look like tomorrow morning - only worse. Up here 6 to 12 inches. My oh my. So today we're battening the hatches around here because getting in and out won't be an option.
So meanwhile thoughts of spring are distant but pleasant.
This is Baskets & Beeskeps, a quick and easy little quilt. If you live around here and have the pattern you could probably get it done while you wait for the maintainer (snowplow) to dig you out. :)
And since time is so short today I'm leaving Flower Patch on sale for another day. No time to go through the kits - grocery store, animal feed, check out snow melt & show shovel, everything tidy and snug. And lots of handwork to get ready to do.
That all taken care of I will join you in hopping over to see what our 3 designers for today have in store for us.
Stay snug, Jan!ReplyDelete
That's enough Winter for me! I hope Hunny is back home and doing better...ReplyDelete
Not yet. She's still at the hospital but she's holding her own and with Parvo that's good. We should know in a couple of days. We'll all keep praying. And I'm over Winter but it doesn't seem to be over us. The Blessing in here is that we really need moisture.ReplyDelete
Are you in any shape to post your Cutting Table block and givaeaway today? Perhaps you don't even have Internet. Your snow storm is on our news here in New York City. Hope you get off easy and have everything you need! Let us know how you're doing when you can.ReplyDelete
Ewwww..... I love your blog and we have a little baby much like Spike but his name is Baxter and He is a puggle that is more pug then gle.ReplyDelete
Love your work and I will be following. I am a new quilter but I am totally hooked thanks to many quilter friends that made me into a quilter junkie eheheh. Loving it
Sending that snowstorm to Michigan I see. Thank you for the inspiration. I am a loyal follower; love your houses.ReplyDelete