Here in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, we had a cuh-cuh-cuh-cold weekend!
|Snow Clouds in the WV Mountains|
My husband (Dave) and I spent the weekend at our little mountain cabin, and it was super cold and super windy. We even had some snow. And I loved it all because I’m still a child at heart…I relish playing in the snow, drinking hot chocolate, and snuggling up in a warm quilt.
I spent most of the weekend snuggled in the “Somerset” quilt I made last year while working on blocks for “Floral Abundance.” 16 Blocks of 32 are complete, and 2 more are in process. Dave entertained me by playing groovy music from our youth: Gene Parsons (of The Byrds), Joni Mitchell, Little Feat, Linda Ronstadt…before you know it, we were online ordering more CDs: Pure Prairie League, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Atlanta Rhythm Section, and Yes. Based on that information, can you guess my age?
This picture shows 1) my blocks for “Floral Abundance,” and 2) a quilt Mom gave me a few weeks ago. She made several quilts over the years, and recently decided to give them to her five “kids.” Look how pretty this quilt is, and how perfectly it matches my décor. Do you recognize the scene? This was the photo shoot location for our "Antique Garden" Moda quilt as seen in the Summer 2015 issue of Primitive Quilts and Projects.
|Blocks for Floral Abundance and Quilt that Mom Made|
|Good Night, Football|