Truth be told, I'm not sure what the number of this particular Nor'easter would be. Some say it's the fourth. That's still four too many for March, in my opinion. So what's a person to do when school is closed because of a storm? Turn a Snow Day into a Sew Day, of course.
Yesterday I picked up four quilts from the machinist and as of now the bindings are constructed and machined on all four. I've yet to trim the excess (a project for this evening*, perhaps) or pull the basting threads. But those quilts will take care of the need-for-handwork situation for quite some time.
My most recent handwork-for-TV-viewing has been these little dresses. I've made baby quilts using the dress template before; this is the first time I've set them with the single Irish chain. I think I like it. I thought I was done, but Himself pronounced that it needed a narrow white border. He was right.
*or tomorrow, if it turns out to be another
Snow Sew Day.
Internet photo. There's MUCH more snow that this Near Philadelphia.