Three Days and Ten Inches of Snow

That’s what it took to get my Farmer’s Wife blocks sewn together – three days with 10″ of snow to keep me inside. Being snowbound is one of the selfish little pleasures of winter in Kansas. When, earlier this week, we got pounded by our most recent winter event, I was happy to have a big project to work on. (Read more about this project by clicking here.)

Farmer's Wife in Indigo

Farmer’s Wife in Indigo

I’ll be adding borders to this project later.

Are you wondering why it took three days to sew it together?

I had to work around this:

Finn always feels compelled to give his immediate and unsolicited stamp of approval to the newest quilt in the house. Or maybe he found the warmest corner for a nap!