Weird weather? Inspired quilts! Here's hoping you're not having weird weather. Well, nothing worse than our strange hot-today, cold-tomorrow, stuff.
I wore long sleeves and a sweater this morning and kicked up a sweat (without the sweater) walking this afternoon. No more of that craziness...I'm keeping an old tee close so I can change quickly when the weather mood strikes.
Now this...this is just terrifying! Give me the misery of humidity and mosquitoes any time. Yes, the mosquitoes are just as annoying in January as they are in July.
So, a storm at sea quilt surely goes into the weather-inspired stack, right?
|"Weather the Storm" by Elizabeth Bauman (Ohio.)|
And anything with stars (like my "star, quilts) board here.
|Kathy Loomis glacier quilt|
|Weather Vane designed by Darlene Zimmerman|
The rain drops above and ocean waves blocks probably fit in the weather category. Plus anything with a snowflake!
And finally, a Mariner's Compass quilt (or 2 or 3)
Your turn! What quilt(s) have you made or seen that may have been inspired by weather? Visit my "heart, quilts" board more more inspiring photos.