Those darn squirrels have chewed the pine silhouette off, trying to get the birds goodies. I feed the birds/critters, loads before the weekend storms that went through here & with so much snow no one is out & about, the 60km winds may have something to do with that too!
I was talking to my Alberta Bound son, Mitch & he reassured me that if I move out to Alberta, he'll keep me shoveled out...sounding pretty good Mitchell!
You can see just how close our homes are here, just a car fits between them. Next year they'll all be 'Century Homes', circa 1916.
Enough cold, let's go inside to sew!
I've been busy with my Vintage Tin quilt. These blocks finish at 9" x 9".
After returning to London in the late fall & talking to others about this, I've found that it is a very common type of infection that is happening. So common that the out patient hospital at St. Joesph's has opened up a clinic to treat just that! What is happening, why are we becoming so immured to oral antibiotics, that we need higher doses done through intravenous.
There's still a lot of embroidery work to be done on this project. I love the look of it, it reminds me of the "Over The River" quilt that I did a few years back. I enjoy having stitch work to pick up & do if I'm watching TV or waiting at appointments.
This is The StormAt Sea wallhanging that now has been attached to the batting & is waiting to have the back added then be quilted together. The binding, in the same fabric as the border, has been cut & pressed & will be added after the quilting is done.
The wind is picking up & we've an Alberta Clipper coming our way. At that time the wind will make it bitter cold, so I'm off to finish the last of my shoveling then I'm back in the house to work on one of my many projects that I've got on the go. Some house keeping is in order too as Bill will be leaving Taiwan & heading home to Canada in a couple of days. And oh my...Creative Minds Are Seldom Tidy!
Stay warm & thanks for stopping by for a visit. :-)