Here in Virginia, we only received a small piece of the Blizzard the northeast is receiving this week, but we did have a snowy-stay-inside-day today...much to Sarah's delight!
This was a perfect day for a Girls' Day In! We'll each tell you what we worked on:
Sarah's Snow Day Quilting: This winter I have been determined to work as much as I can on the hand quilting on my double wedding ring quilt. It's ridiculous how many years it's been since I started, and it's not even halfway done yet! Over the past few weeks, it's been really nice to get back into it, even though my fingers have been a bit sore while my calluses build back up again.
And snowy days are the perfect time to stay cozy underneath a quilt inside a warm house!
Hannah's Snow Day Project: I brought out my sewing machine for the first time this winter, and after cleaning and oiling it, I began working where I left off (many months ago) on my picnic quilt. The blocks are made with old denim squares and pieces of various red/white/and blue fabrics. Getting closer to sewing the blocks into rows!
Deb's Snow Day Row-Along:
It's been quite awhile since I posted about the Row-Along I started working on last January! But what a great day to set up our machines and get busy.
And speaking of snowy day projects...here's a new quilt kit that I'll be making for Sarah when I finish the Row-Along or if I want to take a break this week and start something different. Doesn't it suit her perfectly? The pattern is called Snowtime.