First up - if you were asking about yardage on the herringbone quilt there is no email for you! I used three yards of prints, five yards of kona solids and a queen flat sheet for that quilt.
Second - if there is interest I will run the heart to heart swap again this year, please email me at email@example.com to let me know you'd like to participate. I will put up a more formal post if there is enough interest this year. (Basically you will send me approximately 14 valentines by feb 1 and you will receive 14 different valentines in return. Search heart to heart in the search bar to see examples.)
Third - it started raining here on Christmas night. It rained and rained and rained. Something like ten inches of rain. We are having historic flooding. This used to be a very small recreational lake In our neighborhood. It turned into a river when it joined up with the creek. I woke up sure I could see the lake from our house and indeed, I could. It covered the interstate, flooded many of the roads in town and marooned us on a little neighborhood island for a bit. Not even in 1993 was there water like this.
It has receded now, but the rivers are still rising. It was completely surreal how quickly it happened.
I also managed to finish my 14th quilt in 2015. This pattern is hourglass from a book called scrap basket beauties. It was a bit of a bugger, but I love the result.
Not great photo, ugh.
Back tomorrow with the annual family photo for New Years!