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
Mary

5 comments:

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

Sandra B 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!