I'm sitting here in my comfy recliner, right beside the window, listening to a cardinal singing for all he's worth. It's not quite warm enough to have the window open, or to sit outside but his voice is loud enough to be able to enjoy his song. This sure is better than it was a week ago, when there was fresh snow on the ground. And the forecast is for temperatures to be up in the low 20's by the middle of the week.This is what I see as I sit here, and read, and write and enjoy my morning coffee. Another couple of days, and the leaves should be starting to come out. Matt is working on relaying the stone wall around the base of the tree, it was leaning quit badly, and then there will be garden soil and flowers planted all under that lovely tree. I'll post pictures, every now and then, as the view changes. The flowers won't be able to go in for another month, that being our usual frost free time.
I've done a little bit of sewing this past week, so I have a little bit to subtract from the stash. But the main emphasis has been getting back to doing customer quilts. So far, this past week, I've done 3, with a forth halfway loaded. I'll get pictures of them posted on another day.
The only cutting and sewing I did this past week was for the Bonnie Hunter Lazy Sunday mystery, currently running in the Quiltmaker magazine. I just might do some more on that before going in to work this afternoon.
Used this week: .4 yards
Used this year: 46 yards
Added this week: 0 yards
Added this year: 131.25 yards
Balance: 85.25 more yards in than out.
I'm linking to Judy's Stash Report link box.