Last Sunday our temp topped out around 43° with lots of sunshine so even though I was putting in some quality quilting time, I let Papa Pea talk me into a snowshoe hike on our loop.
Here's the intrepid explorer leading the way across the very top of our ridge. We saw lots of critter tracks, but nary a flesh-and-blood creature. (I'm betting one or two saw us though.)
What was I working on in my quilt room over the weekend?
This runner for the top of our coffee table in front of the couch.
Long story regarding the origin of this piece. Let's just say it was yet another flub-a-dub by yours truly trying to use up fabric in my copious stash without buying any more new fabric . . . and being unable (apparently!) to correctly calculate just how much of the background fabric was needed for the planned, larger piece. I'll leave it at that.
There's a ninety to one hundred percent chance of snow predicted for us tonight into tomorrow. These days of above freezing temperatures have definitely melted some of our snow, but we can't forget March can still be a very snowy month for us. I won't be poking around in the garden beds just yet. Good! More time to play in my quilt room. If only all those darn, necessary every day, routine tasks didn't scream for attention . . .
Morning Dove Nesting
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