Wednesday, February 6, 2019


We woke up to a world of white

here in Western Oregon

View out the living room window...

We will be heading out to do 

chores in the snow...

across the river are the calving barns.

The calves are due in 2 weeks.

In our yard...

Thread Shed and Hen House

We are now across the river,

heading over the hills to the cow barns

to feed the mama cows...

You can see our red barn across the river

@ our place...

These mama cows will be having

their babies very soon.

After all of the cattle are fed,

I head up to the Quilt Palace

to meet up with the Harlan Valley Quilters

This hand pieced hexagon quilt is basted

and ready to machine quilt...

Tim Holtz Eclectic Fabric Line

Back side of the hexagon quilt

My Floral Monet quilt is also basted and

ready to go under the needle.

I spent the afternoon varnishing 

these two cupboards.

Lots of drawers for storing quilting supplies...

I am jazzed!

It was a good SNOW DAY 

here in Western Oregon

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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi


  1. What a beautiful view!!!! And your hexagon quilt is wonderful!

    1. We don't get snow very often, so when we do....I run outdoors with my camera to capture all of that whiteness! I just purchased a hexagon long arm is coming in the mail this week. I think it will be perfect for the hexagon quilt, at least I hope so.

      Thanks Robbie,

  2. So pretty!! I'm glad it's not so much that it really complicates the chores!! Your cupboards look beautiful!

    1. The cupboards are a gift from my aunt. I thought I better get them varnished before she comes for a visit.


  3. LuAnn, You continue to amaze me all you get done - not just on your art, but your farm life.

    1. Thanks for your very kind comments Lynda! We get up each morning, our feet hit the floor and we just keep on trucking!

      My Best To You,