Friday, 6 February 2009

Snow snow quilt quilt snow

Hi just a quick up date of life here, well like every one else plenty of the white stuuff a few pictures of my back garden. I have been trying to do a quilt, while tidying up my material stash i found two bags of bits left over from doing Tabethas and Maisys bedrooms so i decided to make them both a quilt, i think its the cold weather its making me think of warm and cosy things and what better than a quilt i hope i get to finnish them soon as i have my bathroom to decorate hope to post pictures of my progress soon so have a nice weekend keep warm.

Best wishes Pat

Iced water.

Snow cat.

Nothing much happening here.

Little lamb lost in the snow.

Snowy cordeline.

Snow light here.
Another snow cat

Snow angel.
Tabethas quilt.


Vintage Amethyst said...

We had a good few inches of snow at the start of the week, more than I have seen for ages but it went quite quickly the next day, which was a shame. It has snowed since but hasn't managed to lay at all.
I do love snow!

Gingerbread said...

Hi hope you are keeping warm,we had some snow but not allot it has mostly gone now, except the field that I take bonnie to for a walk. There is still plenty of snow on there and she loves it, we must look like a mad pair together because I am running round with her. The quilt looks lovely. best wishes Julie.C

Thecraftytrundler said...

Like the pics! Can't wait to see those quilts, they will be wonderful!!

Happy quilting : )

Sharon xx

C. C. said...

Hi Pat!

First of all; what a beautiful smocked dress you made (a few posts back!) I have been tempted to learn to smock, but I didn't want to invest in a smocking machine just to find out if I liked it or not and I didn't want to try it by hand! How very pretty that dress is!

You know, all the things I know about England come from my imagination! Jane Austen never mentioned snow in her books as I recall, and neither did Charles Dickens - so I figured since they never mentioned it and it was always so green there, it must never be brown or white! I didn't know it snowed there. Logically, of course, I should have figured it out since it snows on the east coast of U.S., and you are even more north than Maine! What a goose I am!

I am like you with those tag awards; it makes me uncomfortable to pass that on to someone else.

Have a good day!

C. C.

Wanda said...

Our snow is long gone, so i liked the pictures of your. I also like the quilt colors, Pink and green, a beautiful combo. Sew on. TTFN

Tatty Mum said...

I love the photo's of your garden it looks lovely covered in snow.
Thank you for popping by my blog and leaving a comment, 34 years, we have a few more to go yet but I do know that all the hard work has been well worth it, I'm so in love with M this feeling really does make me tingle.
Joanne x

Lottie said...

Hello there from Canada :) I just stopped by and so enjoyed reading your blog - as a very enthusiastic but total beginner at sewing it's really inspiring to see the beautiful things you create! I love the gorgeous pictures on your blog of the stunning scenery in your part of the world - I miss England! thanks so much for stopping by my blog too, very nice to get your comment, thanks! :) Hope you enjoyed the snow days!

Anonymous said...

What beautiful quilting weather!!! You're lucky to have such cold times when you need to get under a quilt and quilt it!!! Thanks for Amara's birthday wishes!

pink-petal-designs said...

We had snow and had a lovely day sledging and snowballing on Thursday, glad to see its gone now though. Loving your quilt. x

tam said...

Hi Pat!
Enjoyed your photos of the "white stuff" in your yard! The quilts are cute as heck too! Sounds like fun decorating the bathroom-I need to do that. We had so much fun yesterday at the salon and now my hands and feet look wonderful! Yay!
We are suppose to possibly get snow again tomorrow but hopfully just a little and it on't stick around long. I am sooo ready for spring!!! Hope you are having a good weekend!~Smiles~Tam!

missliz said...

I would love to take a walk in your the spring! Can't wait to see it in bloom. Beautiful quilts! Liz, Missouri