Friday, January 3, 2014

Baby it's cold outside!

Brrrr!  

It's darn cold out there!  And not only that, we're under a blizzard warning.  It's snowing and blowing and I'm sure happy that I'm inside looking out and not the other way around.
So what's a gal to do when she's stuck indoors?

Silly question, huh?

I'm going to hunker down by the fire with the boys and continue to work on a woolly needlecase that I designed.
Who knows...maybe I'll finish it today!
Brrrrr!
Stay safe and warm wherever you are!


Happy stitching!

25 comments:

Missy Shay said...

I love your needle case. We won't be getting snow until Sunday, hopefully after church.

gracie said...

I love the needle case....stay warm and stitch.

paulette said...

Well I won't say a word about being at the pool all day yesterday or anything about our beautiful sunny (25C) weather..no I would NEVER do that, now way, no how! heehee
Stay warm and keep on stitching! Dang cute!!
P

Maxine said...

Needle case is so cute. We just went through a bitter cold spell here in Manitoba. -11c right now so we will enjoy while it lasts. Stay warm and hope this is the last for you for a while.

InGa said...

It looks cold, but also beautiful.
Our winter is still green, but it's windy and not so nice, foggy and rainy....
Anyway, your needle case looks nice, happy sewing.

Stephanie said...

While we are cold 0* with -10* windchill...I think you win the cold war. Happy Sewing!

Patty said...

It's snowing and very cold here too, will be getting some sewing done here as well. Love your needle case, stay warm!

Janet O. said...

Isn't it nice that you can be cozy and content indoors? Love that needlecase. So very cute.

moosecraft said...

lol! I just finished clearing the driveway from the 10" of snow we got from the same storm you are getting now. Sooooooo darn frigid outside! Is Ollie and Frankie by the stove? Silly question, I know... lol! Stay safe and warm indoors! Your wooly sewing case is looking real cute!

Lynn said...

Enjoy your cozy day inside Kaaren and bundle up in a warm quilt. Your needle case is adorable.

Bev said...

Stay safe and warm! I'll pray that your electricity will stay on! Love your needlecase! XO and cheery wave from Bev

Needled Mom said...

It surely looks pretty, but I think I'll keep my 80* temps.

julieQ said...

WElll brrrrrrr!! Stay toasty!! It is freezing here, but to be in the 40's later. Stitching today for me, and I hope for you too!

Maywyn Studio said...

Brrr Yes Indeed!
Lovely needle case

In this part of Vermont south of Burlington, wind, blowing snow and bitter cold. The sun is trying. I've been sewing by the window glad to be indoors. I shoveled a little at daybreak, and it feels colder now even though the thermometer says its warmer.

anneke van den hoek said...

what a lovely needle case... Great! It looks warm in itself.

Due to cancer treatment I'm struggling with neuropathy in my hands at the moment, so making new things is a bit difficult at the moment.

But the crafting itself is so relaxing, I turned to knitting for the moment. Hoping I can sew and cross stitch soon again.

Good luck with all the snow and the cold winter. Even here in the Netherlands we're told about the bad weather in Canada and the US.

Linda Crosby said...

Sweet needlecase Kaaren...and as for the cold and snow here in Nova Scotia...enough already and then rain for Monday. What's a girl to do but sew, sew and then more sewing..Enjoy your day with the boys

Carole Y. said...

Hi Kaaren,

I love your new wool needle case.

I is cold around here; presently -24C and -34'C with windshield factor - the windshield factor for tonight is supposed to be -37'C. I am keeping busy inside the house.

The forecast for Sunday and Monday is rain and snow.

Happy New Year to you and your family!

Carole Y. from Coteau du Lac, QC

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

Brr it is cold here (in the south) It is cold outside and warm and toasty in my stitching room. Callie Mae is settled in her chair and the machine is humming--life is good

Sue said...

Looks lovely. We never get snow where I live in NZ, but I would love to be able to look outside and see that view ( occasionally)
I hope you have a great year health wise Kaaren.
Cheers from Down Under in New Zealand

Karen said...

Very much like your needle case. Cute, cute!

Good thing you have such a great attitude about the weather you are experiencing. Hope you have all you need, in addition to sewing stuff, to get thru this latest weather pounding.

I wont tell you about the weather we are suffering with here in Santa Cruz, CA.

Keep stitching, we like seeing the results.

WoolenSails said...

We just got hit with that storm, got a nice covering but it is bitter cold, so too cold to go out and enjoy it.
Wonderful needle case, always love wooly things.

Debbie

Sandi said...

Glad to hear you are warm and cozy and have power!

Your needle case so lovely. I was visitng with fellow stitchers today and worked on a Primitive Gatherings snowman piece. Almost stitched then ready to be sandwiched and quilted. I have to make make the frame for it, you swap out the four seasons.

Part of my Sew Finish It Up goal for 2014.

margaret said...

feel cold just looking at the weayher you are having, here in the UK it is a mild winter but some parts have had terrific rain and floods, we have had a lot of the high winds but not much rain fortunately.

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Hope you are keeping snug and warm...we are doing the same, but trying to keep dry and out of the rain...

DaiseyB said...

Hmm, today is first Friday of month and year 2014. Maybe a FFF for this month and to sell after that. Just a thought, if it wasn't a FFF I would sure buy it.

I just love your blog and the way your two pets are always snuggling togather. Also so glad for last years Cancer Free diagnosis.

Take care my BLOGGY friend. Isn't Nova Scotia where Anne of Green Gables took place?

Barbara in Amarillo, TX