My thoughts are with all my friends and neighbors who still may be out of power.
Here was our first stash of supplies. We had to go out for more fire wood, candles, and ice.
Luckily we were able to eat out to get hot food. Thanks Five Guys - you complete me.
Thank you to my friends who took me in for a meal, cup of tea and to charge my devices. Your sheltering friendship really helped me through.
Here are some of the flying geese blocks that I exchanged with Jill and Susan. I think I'll be going with this setting.
I did lots of hand applique' while listening to Winter of the World, by Ken Follet. I finished the first border and got a really good start on the second.
To see more visit the Jubilee Quilt blog here. In the post you can see how I made the pattern and prepped the vines and stem for applique.
On Sunday and Monday before the storm I started this miniature quilt to commemorate Sandy, aka Frankenstorm!
It is the Storm at Sea Pattern - appropriate right? lol
The pieces are quite small. This is how far I got when then the lights went out.
Now I'm off to cast my vote and bask in the heat of my cozy well lit home. The Nor'easter is on its way tomorrow, so the candles and flashlights will remain on hand.