“Now, it’s a while since I’ve been in the snow, a bit over 30 years I think, but who is counting? My last ‘snow day’ was in Dunedin (New Zealand) when, one Sunday we woke up to a magical world of snow. My flatmate, Kate and I rushed out to take photos, one of her washing, neatly trimmed with snow. We took the long way to church and arrived late with wet feet after a snowball fight. In order to best appreciate the underfloor heating, we took our shoes off and forgot to put them on again.” – Sue Griffiths of Duck Creek Mountain Quilting in Australia.
I hope you enjoy my row and I hope it reminds you of the times when snow days were magic, and snow was exciting.
This pattern is intended to be made by fusible applique.
(Pattern is provided free for your personal or non-commercial use and should not be used to make items to sell. Please encourage your friends to download their own copy from UKQU.co.uk, rather than copying or sharing the pattern. Teachers – if you wish to use any part of this pattern, please seek written permission first).