OK, this wasn't supposed to happen. I leave home to spend a month in the Arizona sunshine and it SNOWS!
I would've expected this at higher elevations, but I thought we'd be safe from snow in Sedona in March. It's supposed to last for two days.
It's pretty, but not what I expected. The house across the street looks like it's dusted with white for Christmas, not for March:
With hiking out of the picture until the storm blows through, the only thing left to do is head to the quilt store for a jelly roll to make a Jelly Roll 1600 quilt, right?
First stop: Quilter's Store Sedona, where I find a nice selection of jelly rolls. I picked this one because it has those light, bright colors that I love. The quilt store is really nice, and I'll be back on Monday with a blogger friend from Flagstaff.
Back "home" (with a stop to photograph the stormy skies from atop Airport Mesa), I find directions for the Jelly Roll 1600 quilt from Heirloom Creations:
Then the sewing begins as the rain outside changes to snow and the heater roars. I'll keep you posted.
Have a colorful day