Saturday, December 5, 2015

Snow Surprise!

Last evening we were down in the town of Ridgway for the "Noel Night" hanging out with the locals for a couple of hours at Colorado Boy Brewery. This is their "snowman" rather unique right?
When we came back up the mountain last night there was no indication of more snow but this morning we awoke to about three more inches and still coming down gently!

 Here is where I sit to sew, terrible view right, LOL?!
Currently I am working on this little quilt, a nice size for a baby and gender neutral,  nice to have one on hand. It's a kit I purchased online from
 This is a cute flannel quilt perfect for a boy baby I think, very quick and easy, as you can see I am staying occupied up here on the mountain.
  Tomorrow I will go stay with my friend Gale on the farm for a few days, DH can drop me there after church in Montrose.  I think he may go skiing in Telluride Monday, there is no skiing for me especially since I just found out I have to get double knee joint replacement!


Andee said...

Sounds like so much fun! We need to plan that retreat! :)

Sherrie said...

Hi Roslyn,
Beautiful quilts. Love the triangle one, very
colorful. Have a great day!

Tami said...

What a gorgeous place to sew. I probably wouldn't get much done but stare out the window. I love the baby boy quilt. I may borrow your idea for a great-nephew who's on the way.

Heather said...

still no snow here (fingers crossed). I volunteered at the Santa Pursuit running race on saturday and it was about 12 C. rather warm for this late in december.

Both of those quilts are lovely. For the first, it amazing the difference the colours can make on the same block. On the grey one, it would be a wonderful grandma quilt where she could embroider/write each grandchildren's name and birth date on a different flag.

i have friends that are skiing in Colorado this week. Looks like they have picked the right place. Myself, I'd be in the chalet reading or taking a quilt class at a local shop.

Thanks for linking up with Needlework Tuesday.