The dogs are happy...we have new snow! We got three inches of snow yesterday and looks like another six inches came down last night. It is still snowing so maybe we are on to a record breaking spring snow.
Eli did put a foot out the door to check out the white wet stuff but then decided it was better to watch the snow from inside. I just put those deck chairs out last week...it was so pretty and sunny for about three weeks...though temperatures were still in the 20's at the warmest part of the day.
This is as close as I am going to get to gardening. Another adorable Bucilla stocking kit in progress.
I do have plenty of projects to tackle while the snow is flying. We finally committed to a sink for our garage. Yes...rather lavish for a garage but experience from our previous house led me to insist we have a commercial grade sink for all my husband's game and fish processing. My chore is to put together the chrome shelving unit that will tuck into the corner and determine a counter top for it...something like butcher block for all that chopping. And I am hoping to have a wonderful garden this summer and would love a big area to clean my veggies.
Also in the garage is my main project today...hiding under the Christmas present I bought my husband.
Oh dear...wonder who put the gun ammo in treadle machine drawer?
I'm very embarrassed at how poorly this little trundle machine has been treated. I put it in the garage two years ago with the expectation of working on it right away. I watched a couple of youtube videos a few days ago and gathered my supplies. This is the official "before" picture of the cabinet.
But of course there is always more on that pesky, "To Do List." I bought a set of red snappers for my quilt frame but need to add 3/4-inch sleeves to the fabric leaders to insert the red poles. I also bought some charcoal gray felt to recover my design walls.
The quilt project that never ends...En Provence. This is the size I am making. Twelve large blocks finished but lots of piecing parts left to complete.
Times a wasting...better get into the garage and start my projects.