Well, I guess we've hit a cold snap. I think -28C or -18F can be considered friggen cold! Gosh, I can hear the wind howling! I don't mind the cold, it's the wind!
Myself, I'm presently nice and toasty at the moment. I have a roaring fire going. I must admit, all those years of renovations does pay off in comfort!
Tonight is a perfect time to get some hand work done. This is what I've been working on.
This is a small English Paper Piecing quilt for the Prairie Women Sewing Circle - Journey 3. I've changed the layout to something totally different.
It's addictive! I can see other EPP projects in my future! ;o)
Thanks for stopping by! Keep warm everyone!
Thursday, January 24, 2013
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The cold weather does not sound one bit fun. It is cool here this evening too. Probably in the low 60's right now. I am too used to a mild winter and would not do well going back to a bitter cold winter.
Nice seeing what you are working on. I have dreams of a hexagon quilt and have the paper pieces to do one with but dreaming is as far as I have gotten.
Cold isn't the word for it and I am sure it is colder in your area. Add the flu to that and this is, stay in the house weather;)
Oh brrrr. I don't think I would do well in those temperatures. Stay warm and sew on!
I recently signed up for my first Prarie Women's class - don't know which version it is - but the first class was cancelled because of crummy weather and now I have to wait for another month before I can start - sigh! Your project is looking great! Love those little hexies!
Oooh, pretty, pretty little hexies. Looks like fun. And hang in there -- a warm up is on the way LOL!
What a great project and I love the penny rug for February too.
What is this EPP project going to be? The fabrics are so "romantic" looking.
I don´t know if the comment I placed got lost or what, there came an error message :( What is this EPP project going to be? The fabrics are so "romantic" looking.
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