No one warned the crocuses to hold off popping up their pretty little heads as tomorrow they are going to be buried by perhaps 12+ inches of snow. Yikes!!!
Speaking of Crosstown Quilters, one of our members lives down the street from us, and Emma is always super excited when she spots her out front gardening. (It's not a fun walk for Emma if she doesn't get to greet at least two or three of her friends.) Look at the snazzy, cuddly sweater which Elizabeth knitted for Emma. She dropped it off the other day. Emma is one lucky dog. :-)
I worked on a couple of projects while on our Cape getaway. I made two fabric boxes with instructions that may be be found here.
Aren't they cute! I put a plastic lid in the bottom of the large one which now holds a plant, and I have yet to decide on a use for the small one. I feel like Goldilocks when I say, "I think the middle size might be just right." They would be cute hostess gifts or you could fill them with candy and include a gift card. Lots of possibilities . . .
Among other things, I worked on the Lori Holt Let's Bake 2 quilt blocks. Wait until you see the stove!!! Here are the layer cake, the rolling pin, and a carton of eggs. (Please excuse the threads as they are not trimmed to size yet.)
The meteorologists keep upping the snow totals, so it would appear I will have lots of time to quilt tomorrow. Stay safe everyone and get your shovels ready. Eight days until spring . . .