Yesterday I worked. Actually worked... went out in the BITTER cold temp and drove to a job. Granted, I have been doing this every other Wednesday since August, but yesterday was different. Getting to work wasn't all that bad. I mean, after all, the car had been in the garage and was several degrees warmer than the outside frigid air. It was the trek home that was SO cold. At 4 pm, after blowing snow all day long, it was still only 9 degrees, the car was barely getting warm during my short 10 minute drive home. Ugh! You would think that it was January or something!
Ok... enough whining. Despite the cold, I have been busily sewing in my studio. I helped my daughter to make some super cute Victorian Christmas Stockings, and I made a Colorado Avalanche quilt.
I am simply amazed at the interest in these sports team quilts. But, also, so very thankful for the interest in them! Since there is such interest, I plan to continue making more.
Next up? A memory quilt for a friend's sister that is to be a Christmas gift. I am certainly glad that there are several people that are already planning for Christmas... Some adorable princess quilts will be in the works soon for some adorable little girlie-girls.
In between these projects, I will be getting ready for a Christmas Craft Extravaganza show/event on December 6th. I think I need to go make some small hand warmers to fit inside mittens. Burrrrr! Or go fix a cup of hot tea to warm my hands.
Stay warm, folks!