Logs around a hearth. I haven't stacked them right. I think you're supposed to do them in some kind of order. I always forget. I think I might use wool batting instead of cotton. More on that later. I've got some Liberty lawn in these squares. Probably a mistake to use different fabric weights (I've done that before; the lighter weights ripped to shreds, eventually) but they're so pretty I couldn't help it.
A few answers about: the snowflake mobile (Pottery Barn Kids), the tree topper (from this couple at the craft fair at Mt. Angel Oktoberfest), the plant on the dining room table (anyone know? I really don't), the gray scarf (it's my Aestlight, here).
I cannot believe all of this sunshine we've been having here in northwestern Oregon in late November/early December (eeek, it's early December). It's absolutely wonderful. Normally the sky is gray as a mouse. Today (and yesterday, and the day before yesterday, and . . .) it's blue as a jewel. As my Grandpa Lucie (his last name was Lucie) would say, "Beautiful, beautiful."
I have been eating five or six clementines a day. Is that normal?