Big silver dollar-sized flakes and about 6 inches of wet sticky snow fell last night and this morning. It turned everything into the marshmallow world famed in song. I love it! Perfect weather for quilting.
This is looking down the driveway at a very slippery Route 140, and the next picture is of the DWARF (sigh, it just kept growing) Alberta Spruce that is our Christmas tree.
And here's the back deck, care for a picnic lunch? LOL!
I also wanted to tell you about what I learned using the Companion Ruler while working on Bonnie's Orca Bay. When I bought the ruler, either there were no instructions, or, more likely, I threw them away. As I looked at Bonnie's blog pictures, I thought that I was supposed to slide the ruler over horizontally to make the next cuts, one up the right, then down the left (which is very awkward). Now I think that this is wrong and that you are supposed to flip the whole ruler upside down to make the next cut.
In the last photo, it shows where I slid the ruler over to the right on top of the stack of starched strips, but went far enough to allow for the blunt tip on the bottom space for seam allowances. So I would cut upwards on the right side and downwards on the left side. I don't think that this was correct.
My husband, Felix and I are still best friends after 40+ years of marriage. Although we have no kids, we spoil our dog rotten on our 20+ acre hobby farm in beautiful downtown Gilmanton Iron Works, New Hampshire, U.S.A.