Gray and Gloomy

Not only did it rain all weekend, but it stayed dark and gloomy without the slightest break of sunshine. Bodie stayed by the window all weekend watching the rain and day dreaming of long summertime walks. I guess that’s typical Seattle weather for ya!

I admit the rain allowed for good quilting weather; however, it was SO gray and dark outside all day that I couldn’t even get a good picture of my finished Rainy Days quilt. 🙁 I took several photos of the finished quilt, and my husband and I even came up with crazy lighting contraptions to try to brighten the room, but we still couldn’t get a decent picture. So in short, I apologize for not having the finished photo up yet but it will happen! My plan is to score a decent photo after returning from work this week, and thanks to daylight savings time that extra hour of daylight should help! 🙂

On a different note, you may have noticed the new “Finished Quilt” button on the right hand side of my blog. This is something I’ve been meaning to put together for a while now. It captures all of the quilts I’ve made since I started this blog April of last year, and it also includes some photos of quilts I made prior. There’s a few more photos I still need to take to complete the collection, but I’ll get to them eventually. I will continue to update that page with my latest quilts.

A great benefit about blogging is it captures all of the completed projects I’ve done throughout the year. But above all, I get to meet awesome folks like yourselves who encourage me to keep at it :o)

Have a great week everyone! Hopefully you’re getting more sunshine than I am (I recently learned I have a vitamin D deficiency!)

2 Responses to Gray and Gloomy

  1. Sylvia March 14, 2011 at 2:21 pm #

    All your quilts are beautiful. Hopefully the weather clears up for you soon.

  2. Sarah March 14, 2011 at 5:25 pm #

    Silly Seattle weather. I was hoping for a break in the rain too, but alas… I guess thats what you get for living in the Pacific Northwest. :/

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