I know it’s almost summer here in the US and the thought of snow makes one shudder, however I have snowball monkey business going on with my fabric that I want to share.
I grew up in Western NY where we would get a lot of snow each winter. We had a small hill at the end of our backyard that was perfect for sledding (until we became teens, then we wanted steeper longer runs). Building snow forts and snowmen were always favorites as well. The hill was perfect for building a snowman base. We’d take a snowball and push it down the hill and watch it grow in size and momentum.
Side note. Who has played Fox and Geese? That was also a favorite “snow” game that I played as a child and with my children. I get blank stares when I mention the game here in the Midwest. For those that want to reminisce their childhood days, or missed out on the joy of the game you can enjoy seeing it in action here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veFbCLrpDv0. Oh and by the way, this is much harder than it looks to play and it is guaranteed to tire a child (and adult) out quickly.
This whole 30’s project really started back here with my Traditional modern Dresden Plate quilt.
And I’m in process with this one: