As many of you know, my sewing studio is a sun porch, and gets its light from four large sliding glass windows. While it has a couple of heating vents, the room was never designed to be kept at "room temperature" when it gets really, really, cold.
How cold is "really really cold?" As I write this, about 9:30 PM on Wednesday, it is 3F (-16C) outside. The temperature is supposed to drop another 12 degrees overnight, resulting in a temperature of -9F (-22C) just before sunrise.
If you think that's cold, you need to know that with the wind right now, the Wind Chill Factor makes it feel like -16F. The temperature in the studio now is just under 60F.
That means it's very uncomfortable out there. So I am not doing much sewing this week.