Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Snow Day = Work in Progress Wednesday

We were hit with a snow storm last night.  That meant a chance for my girls to sleep in a little and a chance for me to play catch up.  I also introduced my oldest daughter to Pinterest...heaven help me!

I am participating in an online quilting bee hosted by the fabulous Mrs. Pickles Garden.  Pop on over and check out her blog.  I am not even going to complain about the amount of snow in our driveway after looking at her photos in SK!  Spring is here....right???!!!!  I am in the We Bee Canadian group.

I'm really sorry about the quality of the photos.  To be honest, I'm not sure why they are coming out blurry.  A tad frustrating but at least they give you the idea of what I have been up too.


January Block ~ Bow Tie
The theme was a garden.




As you know February was a tad insane for me.  Today I was able to do my two Feb blocks and the two March blocks.  Yippee!!!!




February Block ~ String (Kaledioscope) Block
Gray, Blue and Lime Green




March Block ~ Wonky Log Cabin
The inspiration came from Drunk Love in a Log Cabin (I love the name)by Denyse Schmidt.
Red, Teal/Turquoise




I will be making more of the Wonky Log Cabins for myself!

Bedroom Reno Update...We hung a new light fixture in the blue room.  I thought I had a photo but alas I didn't get one.  Probably not a great idea to get one now (I may have a very upset girl if I flick the light on! lol)

6 comments:

  1. Well my daughter loved her snow day and is hoping that Halifax is hit again tonight. I suspect the pjs will be on backwords and she will do her snow dance. HS kids don't have a PD day. Me - I am not wanting anymore snow - infact I am lodging a complaint with Mr. Groundhog (aka Shubenacadie Sam). Just because he wants another couple of weeks to sleep is no reason to extend winter.

    I love projects like the one you did each month. It is a wonderful way to feel connected to the quilting community. Right now I am working on strips for my quilt bee - finished a strip of sailboats for the theme of sea, now working on snowmen for someone who wants a winter quilt... So much material and not enough time.

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  2. Did she get a snow day? I am to go in for work today...I may have to walk over! lol I would love to see what you are working on. It sounds like a wonderful bee. Do you have a blog?

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  3. No blog - am not organized enough to create one. Laura did not get a snow day so I guess the backward pjs and the dance are not fail safe. Maybe we could meet at Timmy's - it would have to be an evening or weekend. I don't want to broadcast my email or phone number over the internet. Nancy

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  4. That would be great. If you go to my profile page you can email me and we can figure something out.
    ps....you need to put a spoon under the pillow (or if you not sure, the whole cutlery drawer!...minus the knives...that wouldn't be safe! lol)

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  5. Love your blog! I'm happy to follow you, you can visit my blog when you find time :)
    http://kitchenista-welcometomykitchen.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Neela....thanks for following me. Things have been pretty busy around here with work and illness galore but I hope to have something to post in the near future =)

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