This is the view out my sunroom windows, towards the gazebo.
Pretty to look at, but I was happy to stay indoors & QUILT!
We got almost 10" of snow last week & it was bitter cold...down to 4º at times.
This photo was taken very early the next morning,
just as the sun was coming up.
At least the walkway was cleared!
I loved seeing the little snowcap on my lantern & staff.
As I said, I've been inside, quilting up a storm.
I completed the quilting of this lovely *Bear Paw* pattern quilt
on my Innova longarm for my friend Nicole.
Then I was privileged to quilt her daughter, Maria's first quilt as well.
She joined an online swap of *Dr. Who* blocks &
this was the darling result!
So fun to do...I stitched around each applique
then did swirls in the backgrounds of them.
All the sashings got stars & circles,
since Dr. Who is a celestial time traveler,
or so I was told.
The view of the back shows off the piano key border
that I did all along the outside edges.
My husband's grandchildren are now having babies,
so I put TWO of the SuzyBee Growth Charts
side by side, on the long arm frame & quilted them
both at the same time.
One is going to Chicago to his son Tom's boy's baby &
the other to his Tom's daughter's first baby in California,
both due in June.
I am now working on some quilted pillows for my sister in Maui
(photos soon) as well as a
turquoise & white Hunters Star quilt,
I sure am looking forward to Spring, though!
Today's temps are near 60º & I'm going out for a walk!
I hope the sun is shining today where you live.
Thanks for stopping by The Gazebo House.