Monday, November 12, 2012

A lazy day...

It's one of those quiet, lazy days around here.
It's a holiday today because Remembrance Day was on a Sunday(yesterday)
We are in a bit of a deep freeze here after getting about a foot of snow over the week-end.
But the sun is shining and the all important wind chill is low!
I love walking, so I bundled up and headed out.
Every time I see this snow fence, I think how great it would be to drape a bunch of quilts over it, and I my own private "trunk show"!
I was pretty impressed that the trail had already been cleared, and I didn't need to plow through drifts!
 Meanwhile, back at home......
Kissa is climbing the walls!!
She loves nothing more that jumping for the rope!
I decided that some sewing was in order, so started on a new table runner for Christmas!
Couldn't do anything quick and easy!! Oh no, wouldn't want that!
So...paper piecing it is.......
Got a bit done at least!
Hope everyone had a good week-end.

12 comments:

Linda said...

I was out today without a coat! I know the snow and freezing temps are coming, but today was amazing, I love your tree block. Very cute!

Nat at Made in Home said...

Snow, I love snow.. Love the Christmas tree..

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

Ha! We escaped to Phoenix for a couple of weeks....I expect the snow will still be there when we get back!!

Karen said...

Look at all that snow! Yes please, hang some quilts over the fence and take a few photos!

CitricSugar said...

Trunk show? Awesome! :-)

We had some cat antics here, too. New catnip toy. Chaos ensued. Gotta love the furry folk!

Carla said...

I really like the text print behind the tree ; )

Cindy Sharp said...

The snow looks wonderful.

Bouts Choisis said...

Lovely,lovely snow and such a blue sky!I wonder if we'll have any snow here this year? Your Christmas tree is lovely! Lynne.

Anna said...

Beautiful snow pictures! I love that tree, too :)

Dianne Neale said...

Ooh the snow looks wonderful. Can't wait for it to start here, but the forecast is mild until Christmas.

benta atSLIKstitches said...

You get Remembrence as a national holiday? Bah, we don't! Love the tree, especially with the script fabric

Fabraholic said...

Well, you do know that quilts on fences are only allowed if the Rockies are in the background... :-)
Love your Christmas tree, you make the most fabulous paper piecing Patti!

12 comments:

Linda said...

I was out today without a coat! I know the snow and freezing temps are coming, but today was amazing, I love your tree block. Very cute!

Nat at Made in Home said...

Snow, I love snow.. Love the Christmas tree..

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

Ha! We escaped to Phoenix for a couple of weeks....I expect the snow will still be there when we get back!!

Karen said...

Look at all that snow! Yes please, hang some quilts over the fence and take a few photos!

CitricSugar said...

Trunk show? Awesome! :-)

We had some cat antics here, too. New catnip toy. Chaos ensued. Gotta love the furry folk!

Carla said...

I really like the text print behind the tree ; )

Cindy Sharp said...

The snow looks wonderful.

Bouts Choisis said...

Lovely,lovely snow and such a blue sky!I wonder if we'll have any snow here this year? Your Christmas tree is lovely! Lynne.

Anna said...

Beautiful snow pictures! I love that tree, too :)

Dianne Neale said...

Ooh the snow looks wonderful. Can't wait for it to start here, but the forecast is mild until Christmas.

benta atSLIKstitches said...

You get Remembrence as a national holiday? Bah, we don't! Love the tree, especially with the script fabric

Fabraholic said...

Well, you do know that quilts on fences are only allowed if the Rockies are in the background... :-)
Love your Christmas tree, you make the most fabulous paper piecing Patti!