Frigid

It was 14* at 6:30 this morning and has only reached 24* with the sun out now. The wind is horrid and hubby is not allowing me out of the house! I’m not complaining because the arctic air does not sit well with my lungs!

I’ve been cleaning and working in my kitchen all day and looking at some quilt patterns.

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I love Eleanor Burns quilt patterns, and this is one that I’m considering.

I’m also planning to finish two quilts that have been on hold for years and they’ll be at the top of my list.

These are the colors for the Sampler Quilt that has been on hold and I’d like to do another in blues.

Winter days like today are perfect for quilting and I don’t feel guilty for playing indoors instead of working outdoors.

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