The Atlanta snowfall yesterday was beautiful, a once-in-a-decade or even two experience for Georgia, i.e. several inches of snow you can actually pack. How I miss the Northern snows. I especially love how snow on the ground brightens the house inside. Really, there's nothing like it. This little sculpture is outside the library branch (which turned out to be closed; I still have the Northern mentality that forgets places will close during a snowfall even though it's still easy to drive in, as it was yesterday in Atlanta at least):
Best of all, and miracle of miracles, a Snow Day was called for school, so I am Marathon Quilting today.
I think I will want to make more than one Circuit Rider block per month, and do not know in advance which ones Little Quilts is choosing for their BOM, so I'm just going to take a guess when I feel like making one that it will not be one of their twelve:
Forget if I said I'm making the Feedsack version of the Second Saturday Sampler block at LQ, and have decided to make a pint-size Dear Jane size as we go along, then throw in some feedsack Dear Jane blocks and have a little wall hanging. I do love the feedsack Dear Janes that I see online. So here's the 4-1/2" version of the first feedsack SSS:
I've been waiting for Flag Day Farm to come out so I could get my mitts on the bandanna fabric. Decided to make this, and am pondering what to add, am visualizing half-square triangles all around, or am open to ideas...