Temperature Gradient

While the outside is looking like this:


And then this:


It’s a bit challenging for me to get in gear for these:


The fabrics are from Wilmington Prints for a quilt appearing in “The Quilter” mid next-year. I think I am going to make me a cup of hot tea before I get started – that should warm me up to these summery fabrics!

Meanwhile, I hope you have gotten a great start to a new month! Till next time.


Missy had awarded me (Thanks, Missy!):


[From Missy’s post – the rules are not intellectual, spiritual, etc. Not really hard! All you have to do is pick up the closest book to you, turn to page 56, go to the 5th sentence and type it. Then pass the award along to 5 people!]

The book that is closest to me is: EQ5 Design Cookbook (what can I say? I am in my sewing room)

Page 56, 5th sentence: Click the Adjust Tool.

I am going to pass the award along to Ellen, Barbara, Kalianne, Michele, and Rosy!


8 thoughts on “Temperature Gradient

  1. Yes, a cup of tea is always a good idea, I think you have been working so hard, you deserve a bit of a break. The fabrics are truly quite a contrast to the scene outside, but they have pictures of the right mood to have, haha! Thanks very much for thinking of me and the award, I’ll deal with it as soon as I can.

  2. Yay–we got snow too! Love the view from your windows. And the flowery butterfly fabrics are soooooo yummy — I am looking forward to seeing your gorgeous project in The Quilter.

  3. Can’t wait to see what you make of those beautiful fabrics! I am still contemplating making your ‘Peaceful Gardens’ quilt. It is just the right colors for my room and the pattern looks easy enough for me. I’ll be checking back!

  4. Hi Wendy, Snow…oh my goodness! Something I don’t often see here! :) Beautiful fabrics, and the McMansions below are really pretty! Looks like you have many projects to keep you busy in the cold winter months! :) ~hugs, Rhonda

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