The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Saturday, February 08, 2014

This and That

 
My progress on the Pokeberry Quilt.


 
Yep, lots of snow like the rest of the country.  The temperature was 30 below zero two days ago, warm now at 20 degrees, seriously, it feels warm.

 
A view from the kitchen window, not great having to shot through the glass but the little deer looks so small next to the elk.  Looking at the elk's belly, she looks very pregnant.

 
I know, it's getting tough out there for you.


10 comments:

  1. the quilt is wonderful, love the colors.
    the animals always amazing to me they are right there with you!

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  2. What a wonderful quilt that is becoming. And what a cute little face there!

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  3. Loving that quilt. The deer pic is adorable. I am thinking you just might have 12 great wildlife photos for a calender to publish. :o)

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  4. Your quilt is coming along beautifully and a perfect project for cold winter days. The close up of the baby is so cute.

    Debbie

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  5. Love the wildlife photos and the quilt too . What pattern is the one behind it with the house on it,, it is beautiful too,,
    Thx, Maggey

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  6. Very beautiful patch and environment

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  7. Wow! We are not used to having 2' of snow in 2 days! A deer was walking thru our yard this morning and the snow was up to her belly! Love your pokeberry quilt!

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  8. Nancy, your living room is full of wonderful quilts. Picture perfect!
    Adorable baby face, love the view out your window! We had quite the snow storm as well, 2 feet of snow now they say freezing rain. Enjoying the Olympics, are you?

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  9. Beautiful quilt progress! Love your photographs Nancy :)

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  10. Wow! Your quilt is gorgeous! LoVe the view out your windows!
    It has been cold here too, but today a little milder and the sun is shining!
    Spring must be on its way...in a couple months.

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