Thursday, March 9, 2017


I added 12 more rows of stitching. I know you have to be saying "Really? You sure can't tell." That is what I say to myself!! LOL!!! Quilting this way sure is going to take a while! Here is what it looks like now and I know it doesn't look any different from yesterday's picture!

We had 31 mph sustaining winds with 50 mph gusts yesterday. I am in a double wide trailer and the thing just rattled all day to the point I was so tense I was exhausted by the time I went home. Here are two stop signs at the school that got blown out of vertical. The demolition site fence on one side - about 75% of it got blown down. We lost electricity twice so I learned after the first time from our IT guy how to restart the equipment. Today it is nice and quiet, sunny, and suppose to get up to 50 degrees, but rain turning into snow is suppose to happen tonight. Crazy weather!


QuiltSwissy said...

Whatever made you think of doing vertices lines of all those colors? I don't think it would have occurred to me. The effect is so wonderful.

Those winds are scary in a trailer! Interesting that they would bend the stop signs!

Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

I can imagine how scary that was in a double wide trailer. We had 2 days of that wind and today is so calm. It sounds like this first snow storm will miss us but maybe Monday's storm will give us snow.

Kaja said...

Crazy weather here too, though our street signs are still upright! I don't know if I can gauge your progress from the photos, but I like looking at this a lot.