Monday, December 12, 2011

Clue #4 of the Orca Bay Mystery Quilt!

I finished Clue #4 this evening. Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilts are always really interesting and fun to make. They have a large number if pieces and we are always guessing right to the end! I love it! Can't wait for the next clue!

And speaking of Bonnie Hunter ideas, last summer, she challenged everyone to make bowtie blocks using cheddar solid as the background, and have this be our Leader-Ender project. Well, I used scraps instead, but this is the result of those months of making bowtie blocks. I am going to give this one to my quilter's guild yearly Mountain of Quilts for Charity drive next year.

Are you ready for Christmas? Me neither! Just 2 weeks to go!!!
God bless!
PS-I mixed up the 2 photos above, but I am sure you can figure out which is which!


Helen in the UK said...

Great string triangles (mine are waiting to be trimmed!). I like your bowties too - must have used up lots of scraps :)

Anonymous said...

Love the orange! My favorite color!

Cyn ;-) said...

Great triangles. Love your fabrics. Will be a very nice quilt. I have yet to trim my strings into triangles, but those of you who are finished are an inspiration.

Kathy's A Quilter said...

love those orange triangles. Your quilt is going to be stunning

Béa said...

Wonderful colours,I like the Bowties quilt too ! XO

domyR974 said...

orange... like mine ! beautiful colors ! read you soon when we all finished our quilt with differents colors ! I'm in a hurry !!!

Celia said...

Those bowtie blocks are just so easy and versatile...I have already done 2 projects with them and have my cheddar fabric ready to make another quilt.
Good luck with Orca Bay.