I know we didn't have the amount of snow that my friends north of Richmond got but we got plenty and it kept me at home for several days and that means that I got a lot done. Chris kept the wood stove cranking so the house stayed really toasty. It was really warm in the basement so I made some progress on my mosaic wall. I'll share the new sections later this week.
I had some friends visit this weekend and when they saw the wall the were both surprised that the clamshells were as big as they were. The photos made them think that they are smaller. So I took this photo to give you an idea of scale. The stripes in this one are about 3" wide.
On the quilting front I made great progress on the brown Drunkard's Path quilt. I have 3 more rows to piece and then I can put the rows together and wrap this one up. I think I might actually get this together by Wednesday in time for the cleaning lady. Then I can start my next symmetry quilt too!
FloMo has the next quilt loaded. I'm doing my Tell It To The Stars quilt with the Star Swirl panto. If I do a row a day it will be done by the weekend and then I have 2 more veteran's quilts ready to go next.
Today I have my annual physical. That is always (not) fun so I might reward myself with a trip to shop for new sneakers after I run a bunch of errands.