Monday, December 10, 2012

A Finished Top, and Easy Street Clue 3

I don't have anything on my design wall, but the top that was there last week is DONE!

 I worked much of yesterday and again today to finish my Christmas Town Sampler top. Here it is spread out over the sofa-it's kind of big for my design wall. I like the colors and fabrics I used in it. Kind of Asian inspired fabrics, kind of Christmasey. I had thought about making 2 separate quilts-one with the center blocks, the other with the town blocks. I glad I pushed myself to do all one quilt! I love it!
And here is my clue 3 of the Bonnie Hunter mystery-Easy Street. How about that skull and crossbones fabric? I love it! There is also a batik-like fabric with turtles on it. It is always interesting and fun to see what I can find in the remanent bin!
Link up with Bonnie Hunter's blog Here to see other clue 3's or any progress on Easy Street!

God Bless


Art by Rhoda Forbes said...

Love your quilt,,, the houses are so neat. Also think you have some beautiful colors in your Easy street step #3.

Tami C said...

Your Christmas Town Sampler is just beautiful. You did a lovely job on the houses. Happy sewing :-)

Debra Anger said...

your CTS is just fabulous great work!! just love it. I am working on my blocks Thursday

Crystal Medley said...

Cute houses..Love your colors Happy Quilting

Anonymous said...

Your patches look fantastic. Clue 4 is nearly here – woo hoo! Wow, I love the houses bordering the sampler - loads of work in that one!