The storm predicted was nowhere near what they said we would get. It was a LOT more....plus DH went to the 'camp' a couple of days ago so I was abandoned and snowbound.this is what I did to keep from getting bored. I got the pattern from a tutorial on another blog. If you are interested, leave a comment and I will reply with the url. It was challenging but very interesting. My colour choices did not work the way I'd hoped so I will definitely make aother using lighter fabrics.
This picture shows the squares I made for the guild I belong to....I forget the name of the square but I do know it will be a gorgeous quilt when finished. 42 squares with a small border then a larger border with vines and lots and lots of leaves...hand appliqued. Guess who volunteered to help with the leaves. I will admit that I enjoy hand applique...I know...a brick short of a load but there you go.
I thought you might like to see how snowbound I really was today. That is my front window and that snowdrift goes all the way across. I had to dig a path for the pups in the early a.m., again around lunch time and then again after their supper. They didn't mind the deep snow a bit. Jumped right into snow over their withers. Had a great time while I froze my tush waiting for them.
This picture shows the deck...that
wonderful deck that we haven't had the opportunity to use yet. JUst you wait, deck, we'll get there yet.