This morning feels like what my father used to call "the warm before the storm." We are expecting the first snowfall of the season. When I worked at our local college, I dreaded any kind of inclement weather, especially snow. I just don't like driving in bad weather.
Now I love snow days. It is probably my favorite time to sew. There is a calm and a peace that descends with the flakes. I wipe the regular tasks off the calendar and spend the snow day as a sew day. I'll be doing some embroidering today, binding a quilt, and maybe even work on a new quilt.
If you are looking for a small project today, here is an embroidery transfer from the 1920s that you can sew. As a child I loved ice skating in our backyard. Although I could spend hours on the ice, my makeshift rink was uneven and I often ended up this way: