Here's an ice road for you. Our snow is gone and we're down to the ice layer from the rain. As I write this it's quite cold and windy this Sunday @ 10 degrees for the high. Tomorrow and on out it will warm up again meaning rain. Such is the weather in this part of AK (that's Alaska not Arkansas like everyone thinks)
My Chanel fabric from Mood Fabrics arrived by way of my son in CA as they don't ship to AK, well that's not entirely true they will for $45. The lining I had on hand. The background on the fabric is the exact color of the lining, aqua.
Courtney 'very' carefully cutting out her Chanel jacket last week. She has the exact boucle in pink as I do.
This is my Valentine apron in this sweet vintage print from fabric.com. All us girls are making the same apron. This one has a lot of hand work on the red binding on the inside little invisible stitches. The ties are lined in solid red fabric and the skirt is lined in batiste giving the apron a lot of body, something I learned from Renee over on My Vintage Mending blog.
Courtney being a creative and talented young woman ran this quilt up sometime after we did a table runner for Christmas. That was all the quilting she ever did and she comes up with this from a book she purchased! It's a very large quilt which she will have quilted out of town. Her color choices are all so great in this. She amazes me!!
And last here is Finn my daughter's new Weim puppy over in Kodiak. He is still with his birth mama as he's only 4 weeks old but they visit him every week. Very unusual for a breeder of Weims to be in Kodiak she feels this pup was meant to be.