When I created this house, I was thinking of yurts I saw photos of 40 years ago from the barren plateau region of Afghanistan. On the inside, the walls were covered with beautiful woven rugs. I put them on the outside here. None of the ones I saw had an overhang for shade. I decided it needed it. It looked very hot in the summer. Another thing I remember about the photos was how deep and dark the sky was. It is quite a high altitude. Maybe that is why.
I saw a house like this in a Dr. Seuss book at Bella's. It was a little curvier, but I decided I was not up to curves today. I was most taken with the room that just hung off the side with its own roof. I used the same house fabric as the yurt because I didn't want to waste any of it, and because I think it is bright and pretty.
I also got a wall hanging prepared for hand quilting. This one is the UFO for February for my guild. I may actually get it done by the meeting. That would be sweet!
There is still plenty of snow on the ground here, and they are calling for more over the next couple of days. We had one of those really beautiful biggish flakes-coming-straight-down showers for a while earlier. I am sure the Eskimos have a special word for it.
Have a wonder filled day, and joyful quilting, everyone.