Linking up today with Quiltville
I can't believe I'm keeping up with these mystery clues. Are this year's clues easier or am I getting more proficient after doing them for three years? I can remember getting my first look at one of Bonnie's books and thinking "I would never be able to do that". And I did struggle with the first one, Grand Illusion, and didn't like it when I finished. Then, in September 2015, my guild sponsored two Bonnie workshops and a trunk show and I've never looked back. I'm saying all of this and hoping I won't be eating these words on Friday when the next clue goes live. Meanwhile, here is Clue 4, as well as Clue 3, since I didn't do a post last week. I'm only doing half until I see how it comes together and substituting blues for purples.
After the second clue was posted, those of us in the guild that are doing the Mystery, had a Launch Party. It had a French theme and we were all given berets to wear for the day. Here is our picture.
It was a lot of fun. Gina is doing weekly emails with everyone's progress, so it keeps us all on track. Our picture even made Bonnie's blog this morning! (That's me on the left, with the green beret').
Some other sewing is going on in-between mystery quilt clues. I'm making some placemats from the beautiful Holly Taylor collection, Town Square.
And one of this year's UFO's came out to play! Here's the flimsy.
If I get it done this week, I will gift it to the two granddaughters. They have a new kitten and will appreciate the cats playing with the ornaments. This was a panel from a quilt store close out sale many years ago. I think it was $3.99.
And finally, here's the reason I've had a pretty productive week.
See all of those icicles?! We had freezing rain and sleet on Friday, then snow on Saturday, with below zero temperatures all week-end.
I just kept on stitchin'!