It’s all about Inklingo Angels today, okay?
Snow Angels and Blog Angels and Yahoo Angels!
Monkey is making a Snow Angel.
<sigh> I never know what he is up to. Oh well.
I think you will want to see what these Blog Angels have been up to—especially if you need inspiration to choose fabrics for the Case of the Secret Garden mystery quilt!
Kathy, The Dragonfly Lady in Nashville
Kathy gives me stash envy!
Monkey gives me wardrobe envy.
Isn’t that a great scarf for a Canadian
monkey Snow Angel?
It’s all the way from New York City (via Shipshewana), thanks to a very thoughtful friend.
The sun is shining after the big storm and Monkey has his snowsuit on again. He is pressed up against the laundry room window.
Do you think he wants to go outside?
How can I resist?
The snowsuit was a gift from a generous friend in California many years ago. Who knew they even made snowsuits in his size?
EVEN MORE ANGELS ON YAHOO
There are photos of fabrics for the mystery in the Yahoo Group albums too. They are all great choices so far.
COTSG MYSTERY QUILT
THANK YOU to all Inklingo quilters who have been telling friends about the Case of the Secret Garden Mystery Quilt. You are angels.
Will you be ready for Clue # 2 on Monday?
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It looks as if we’re going back outside. Good luck to everyone else who is digging out today. I wish Monkey was as good at shoveling as he is at making angels.
Linda & Monkey
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14 thoughts on “Inklingo Angels”
Monkey is Rocking that red snowsuit and beautiful scarf.
You both have fantastic friends.
Thank you, Sherrie. I have trouble hearing the snow plows coming, despite the cuteness of my ears. I rely on Linda to take good care of me. I hope you are having fun sewing tonight. Love, Monkey
Who me? I was just speaking for the neighbor. I would never call Linda crazy. Nope. Not me. Never.
Looks like you had a great time in the snow. A word of caution. You be very careful and make sure you watch out for the snow plow. It would be very easy to scoop you up. Try to stay warm. Tell Linda I send my regards.
Sherrie in Indiana
Oh dear. Does someone named Driveway Barb think I am a crazy lady?
I’m laughing about the neighbor coming over while you were having a photo op. They might be worried about you in the future and be looking out their window more often to check on the “crazy lady across the street.” And I LOVE Monkey’s snowsuit! Wish I could make snow angels with Monkey. But alas, here in Texas we just have 50 degrees and rain today. It was 79 earlier this week so I guess we can’t complain, eh? Can’t wait for Clue #2!
Hi Marlene! It is nice to hear from you. I’m glad Monkey’s adventure gave you a good laugh today. One of our neighbours came across the street when Monkey was making snow angels. We stood and talked for a while, each holding our shovels. He didn’t ask and I didn’t tell. I wonder what he will tell his wife. LOL
I think Cyn and Cathi are having fun playing with fabric. They don’t want to stop yet. Love,
Please tell Monkey when he comes in from playing in the snow that he really made my day! I really needed a good laugh and it came the instant your blog opened.
PS. My husband enjoys keeping up with Monkey’s adventures and loves his snow suit. He wonders if it comes in his size?
I’m in Southeast Texas so we don’t have much snow. But somewhere on youtube (I think) I saw where someone was using snow to dye fabrics. They were wonderful. Just like Inklingo! I have not chosen to start the Mystery but I think I am being enticed by you guys!
I hope Monkey had a nice warm drink waiting when he came in from making snow angels! Your backyard looks beautiful with its white blanket. 🙂
I too have been rethinking my fabric choices for the mystery!
Darling little snow suit, Monkey! It ought to keep you warm when you play outside.
Today I have to reshuffle my fabric choices for the Mystery. I’m not totally satisfied I like the pile I dragged out of the closet. *g*
I have wardrobe envy of Monkey! But I wouldn’t want to go out in the snow. He always looks like he’s having sooooo much fun! In my next life, maybe I can be Monkey.