For extreme scrap quilters.
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love the picture, would be cool to put in photo editor and change the color of the ice.. thnaks for sharing,stay warm,Amy
Whoa! That is rough!! So glad I live in NC where there is rarely anything like that to slow us down from fabric shopping! You can come down here anytime, Karen!!
You have inspired me, I have a selvage collection started now. All those years of throwing them out. Oh well.Waiting for the temp to drop back to the 30's. A week of 40's has not been conducive to quilt.
Beautiful photo......Its hard to imagine that level of cold...
OK...we have some icicles in Ohio but nothing like that! Brrr.
I thought that was Niagara Falls!! I've seen pictures of the Falls frozen or mostly frozen. Looks about the same to me. :) Take care. I love selvedges! Lindahttp://www.twosucculentsisters.blogspot.com/
OK, talking about extreme temperatures, it has been 43-45 deg every day for five days here in Ballarat (southern Australia)- and because it isn't usually known for such heat, most people don't have air conditioners.So, it's off to the public library, the movies, the pool, or wherever else we can keep at least a little cooler. :o)~ Sonya
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