Okay, not outside snowflakes, thank goodness. But, inside, quilted snowflakes that don’t melt when the heat comes on.
I don’t know what made me think I could only do three snowflakes per hour. Yesterday afternoon, they were flying by at three every half hour. Combine that with the fact this took 6 fewer snowflakes than I’d calculated and I flew through them all and was picking paper out before supper. It’s not my best quilting. There were tension problems with the monofilament and some small portions might get requilted. It happens. But, for the most part, it’s time to think about the borders, which I think I can quilt during Thanksgiving break, so Rob better leave some wall space for a new holiday quilt.
Everybody have a great Monday. I’m all packed for MN. Last count was that I could pile on four layers before I put on my coat/hat/scarf.
Oh, and speaking of hats. I made two new ones this weekend out of a ball of nice gold wool. Love these and they fit perfect.
They were knitted flat and then sewn closed. Each hat took about two and a half hours, so really easy.