No quilts to show today, but I wanted to show this little white pumpkin that I received in a Maine Felters Swap–a little gift each week, starting Jan 12, that we exchange with one another thru the mail. My swap partner lives in Auburn, ME, and sent me this pumpkin that fits right in to the pumpkin patch and my chicken!
The afghan is a corner to corner pattern that I have wanted to try for some time now. Nice and heavy, warm, just right for our Maine winters.
Our MBMQG has a sit and sew on Friday–looking forward to that. I’m hand quilting a small piece for an MQG swap and it is so relaxing to work on it at these meetings and enjoy the company and conversation of other quilters. I’ll post a picture after my swap partner receives her quilt– it is due in mid to late February. I can give a peek at the fabrics I am using in the picture below.
All of our snow is gone after a warm up. Fifty degrees after a below zero stretch of cold for the past two weeks. But the cold is back and more snow predicted. It does look so clean and white and pretty after a new snowfall. This is a picture of a cliff on Mt. Battie after a snowstorm. It was a beautiful day to take pictures.