Monday, March 9, 2009

Aww, Come On!

I don't normally post this frequently (so don't get used to it!) but I just had to share.

This is what we woke up to this morning:

For the record, it's March 9 and we live in the temperate Pacific Northwest, not the Snow Zone. Since I took this picture, about an hour ago, it has started snowing again. Big fat flakes that are piling up as if in preparation for a picture perfect Northern Hemisphere Christmas Eve or something. Sheesh. I left Michigan for a reason! Well, the snow wasn't the main reason, but still. Enough already!

Over the weekend I did get the borders on the sampler/orphan block quilt top for a local Foster Child:

You should be able to click on the picture to see it in a bigger format.

I also started making some more 12" blocks for what I intend to be another Foster Child quilt. You'll probably see those in my next post. Now I have to get the bills paid and figure out how I'm going to get out to get the thread I need...

4 comments:

Carol E. said...

I'm interested in your quilts for a foster child project. Can you tell me about it? To whom and how do you deliver the quilts? Is it just you, or do you have a group?

Phyllis said...

Fickle weather. It was 83 a couple of days ago; cooler today. By the weekend it's supposed to be wintery again.

The quilt turned out really cute!

ROZ said...

Snow, and we here in Southern California are complaining about the cold--between 60 and 65 degrees! Charming quilt. I'm sure that the child will love it.

Possibilities, Etc. said...

Texas is doing it's typical - we actually had four days of drizzle and cold - and then right back up to 80. No spring here.