Wednesday, February 09, 2011

snowmageddon. and gingham.

I've lived here quite a while (30 years? haha) and I don't think I've ever seen the snow come down this fast or this deep.  This is what I call Crazy Snow. 

When I open the back door, I see this:



When I open the front door, I see this:


And Priscilla jumps in.


So her face looks like this:


My poor little car is stuck in the garage with 21" (and counting) behind her:


But I'm lucky because during last week's snowpocalypse, I muslined this:


And Sunday I cut it out in this:


ps...I think poor Stick Girl got snowed in, in town.  Stick Girl, call me!

Stay warm everyone!!

8 comments:

  1. Yeah, well your cold weather is blowing in down here now - we just got hit with winds, rain and dropping temps in the last hour or two, may get ice, but this is So Tx, it won't be like OK. I love that pattern, at least you are working on something - I can't get motivated. But I did list some vintage patterns for sale on etsy, lots in 38 and 40 busts, you may want to peek - LadybugDuds on etsy. Have fun sewing!

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  2. Wow, that is a lot of snow! Here in SLC we get snow pretty frequently (every week or two) but we haven't this winter gotten more than ~10" at a time. I love your bright yellow gingham; you're ready for spring, aren't you? :)

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  3. Girl, I think you got more snow than we did! And we got a LOT! This weather has been crazy! But here's to using the snow days to get lots of sewing done!

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  4. It is a crazy winter! So much for global warming--the polar bears are in the wrong place!!

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  5. Oh your snow looks lovely. Are you going crazy yet? Where's my Stella with all this snow? Warm at your folks?

    Stay warm and sewing. It's all good. g

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  6. That pattern looks adorable! I can't wait to see how yours turns out.

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  7. Always a bright side to the chaos. You get to sew!!!!

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  8. our snow in E TN looked like and overlay of sheer white lace over a fabric of mottled green and tan fabric. I was disappointed.

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