Last night's storm made me groan because the 5 to 6 inches of snow got all covered up with sleet and freezing rain to present us with a slushy heavy wet mess! It took most of the day to get the driveway plowed and the cars cleaned off, but we did it. Yeay!
Saturday the postman was kind enough to drop this box at my doorstep so that I didn't need to go to the Post Office to fetch it. It is my newest supply of potpourri for my delightfully scented sachets.
Whee! My living room has the scents of French Lavender, Dried Rose Petals, and Balsam Fir needles in spite of the sealed plastic bags in which they are packed.
I could've kicked myself when I finally realized that I had forgotten to also order Fresh Canadian Catnip! Oh well!
My progress on the Bonnie K. Hunter mystery quilt has been fairly slow but steady. If you don't know about it yet, it is called ,"Grand Illusion" and the link is here.
If you'd just like to see the Monday Linky Party, that link is here.
The big reveal is always exciting and I couldn't wait to assemble a block in my colors!
To me, it looks like a big white and pink Poinsettia, and I love it! I have been assembling one block per day.
However, I remembered that I had only gotten half of Step 2 completed, in spite of having kept pace with all the other clues. So, today I worked along on a few more Step 2 units.
I think that I counted 15 double diamond units that I got done, being very careful to orient the slant the same as I had for the first group. Then I did a few more of the Civil War Sunny Lanes blocks, too.
I'm hoping to get 36 of the Sunny Lanes done before the February 13th deadline for the swap that I hostessing over on Blockswappers.
In spite of not having counted up all that I've done this weekend, I'm pleased with my progress!