The past few weeks
have been very busy,
but a "fun" busy.
The best kind.
Sometimes there's important
sewing that needs to be done
and it definitely,
When second graders learn about
early Fort Collin pioneer history
they need the appropriate costume.
"Let it snow, let it snow..."
Yes, we had some snow.
I measured 18" before
it finally stopped.
I'm thankful we
had some good helpers to shovel.
Last Saturday started off
like most Saturdays although
it was my twin daughter's 35th birthdays
Later, when the doorbell rang,
I had a totally awesome surprise.
My Florida daughter had secretly flown to Colorado
to celebrate her birthday with
her twin sister here in Fort Collins.
Happy Birthday #1
Happy Birthday, now.
I finished my November small quilt,
obviously just before it snowed!
40" x 40"
The design was inspired by one
of Jo Morton's patterns.
I love working with
these typical November colors
and these small hst's.
Each month, I've made my small quilts
to fit on my coffee table and be
part of my seasonal decor.
Feathers are one of my favorite
quilt designs and I try to practice them
whenever I can.
Wendy, the Constant Quilter, used a backing
that looked like turkey feathers.
for her November quilt.
an old Nancy Halverson fabric in my stash,
and I'm thankful it's now gone!!
It's time to flip another
calendar page, but before you do,
check out Wendy's blog to see
what others have been stitching.
Until Next Time-