We all KNOW that a snow day, is a SEW DAY!
Come along with me on a pictorial adventure during the recent
snowstorm in my neck of the woods!
The Quiltville Mystery is a completed top
thanks to the weather this past weekend.
I love the Halloween-esque colors I went with.
If you can't see this as a Halloween looking quilt
I am not sure what to tell you?
Frankenstein greens and pumpkin oranges,
combined with the night colors of purple and black.
Yep......pretty much Halloween looking to me?
I thought this was kind of a cool shot
in the snow?
in the snow?
Thanks to Bonnie's concise instructions on the construction
of this quilt, it sewed up beautifully.
Her seam guide ruler truly is my best friend!
Linking up with
How much snow did I get here.......
Well, it was 11 inches at this point......
all in all I got 13 inches!
I'm getting every last cent out of that quilt ruler!
It kept snowing............
until the cedar trees were so weighed down
with snow, you couldn't even see
the Quilt Cave!
I truly haven't seen this much snow in this area
in many, MANY years!
You want me to do WHAT out there in the snow?!?!?!?
Ummmm........we DON'T think so!
So, what else do you do on a snow day
Make snow cream!
This was the perfect snow to do this with!
Just add sugar to taste, vanilla, and some evaporated milk
Put together a quilt puzzle.
Isn't this a cool one?
Watch the neighbor children up the road build
a 10 foot 9 inch snow man!
be very thankful to a nice
neighbor that owns a tractor!
I would have never been able to get out had my
neighbor Mike not plowed my drive for me!
Did you know that turkeys don't
mind the snow that much?
Of course I don't let them stay out in it for very long.
The chickens? Well, they would rather stay in the coop
on a snow day!
Tell me, what do YOU do on a snow day?
I hope to meet you at these
Cancelled due to weather
In the process of re-scheduling
Friends In Stitches, Waterloo, Illinois
"String Star" Workshop
January 26, 2019
"Goodnight, Darlene!" Workshop
February 9, 2019
St. Louis Star Quilt Guild
Salem Lutheran Church, Affton, Missouri
"Sorta, Kinda Amish" Workshop
Thanks for all of the encouragement!
Keep on Quilting!Kevin the Quilter