and we could see these rapids from our back windows.
Thankfully the flooding in our area did not cause any serious damage. There is an inch or so of water in our unfinished basement which will be gone in another day or so when the water table recedes. South and east of us in Pennsylvania conditions were much worse. But the rains have stopped and the skies cleared late Saturday afternoon.
And, just before supper on Saturday I took the last stitch on the binding and finished the second quilt for grandbaby #8! These first photos were taken indoors in less than ideal lighting conditions.
These fabrics are wonderfully soft and I tried to keep the quilting from becoming too dense. After washing it remained nice and soft, the Polydown batting gave it just the right amount of loft yet it is very lightweight.
A closer look
Late Sunday afternoon the skies cleared a bit, the sun emerged for a few minutes, and it was dry enough to try an outside photoshoot.
my favorite spot to photograph quilts - though better in early morning light
Later as we were eating supper, sort of minding our own business, we happened to look out the window to see this
No, the cellar wouldn't make a good winter den, thank you!
And how was your weekend?