Thursday, December 22, 2016

And now we move on to clue number five.

      This week I was able to use one of my Go dies
    To cut out the clues for the Quiltville Mystery.
     It made short work of the cutting and is so darn accurate!

           Love that....

     These are my triangle in a square units.
     Chain piecing it!

     And I finished this quilt. 
          Well almost, I am binding it .

    Love the Sloths on the back, that Riley Blake, 
     Such cute stuff, and in flannel!

    And back in September I took a 
   Making Faces with Melissa Averinos.
   I am going to get one of my class projects
   Done before 2017.  Just the binding is left
   She contacted me to see if I might  Be interested 
    in being in a book she is writing!
                 How  Exciting. Heck yes sign me up!

Thursday, December 15, 2016

On to the next clue....

Finished this weeks clue for the En Provence / Quiltville Mystery 2016.  
Staying inside sewing today. A snowy Portland Oregon. 
                                Best to just stay in!

    Saw this guy out getting our tree!
    Love the dorky reindeer.

   Our tree this year, a little smaller 
    than we usually get.

    All my clues for the mystery, and a little look at
    Last years mystery Allietare.

    Not snowing right now but
    Baby it's cold outside!

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Getting Caught Up!

Tomorrow is the reveal of clue number three of the Mystery Quilt, En Provence. 
I am officially caught up so yay me!
 I have been sewing a few things for Christmas in between clues. 
Today we had snow here which is a little rare foe Portland Oregon area. 
The kids were out of school and my meeting was cancelled, a good time to sew, sew, sew !

   I sewed with Bonnie a little this week.
   An impromptu quilt cam.

   And I discovered I had this dye for my Accuquilt!
   It made cutting this weeks clues quick, accurate, and easy!

   My week 1 and 2 clues all done. 
   I'm doing 75% of the units for a smaller version.

And I found the cutest flannel to back my pineapple flannel quilt.

Back to the holiday sewing. Enjoying the process!