Sunday, December 01, 2013

and the last clue is out- and just in time, too!

 
last January I (we) began a mystery quilt with Judy. it's been lots of fun, and the last clue just came out this morning! just a purple and teal border to add, and then it's done! with the exception of some funkiness in the center star (I keep debating if I should rip a few seams, and reverse the green and yellow star points- what do you think?) I love it! i'm happy with my color choices, and it's a different style than what I normally gravitate to. with the clues coming out only once a month, it's been very manageable... be sure to pop on over and see the other quilts!
 
here's a few more pictures of what I've been up to while holing up in the sewing room:
 

I've made 2 of these Film at Five quilts: one for A and one for B. this is A's. the quilts are similar in color, but A's has pink and orange, and B's has purple and blue.


here are some of my fabric choices for Tell it to the Stars. (another Judy and Vicki's mystery quilt). I auditioned several fabric stacks this week, but I think this is what I'll go with. shown are # 3- royal blue, #4- light, #5- medium, and #6- dark. #1, the background, I plan on getting white. and #2, which Judy tells us is a very dominant color, I'm going to go out on a limb and get yellow. since the quilt is named Tell it to the Stars, I'm going to guess there are some stars in it, and choose yellow. i'm excited about starting another mystery quilt with these gals!


last night the little girls and I made this quickie plus quilt for an unknown friend in need. it was super quick (I machine stitched the binding) and A and B had fun helping to lay out the pluses on the design wall.

hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, a huge turkey, and lots of leftovers! thanks for stopping by!

5 comments:

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I like it the way it is. I wouldn't even contemplate ripping anything out. I didn't make it as I don't like to do mystery quilts but I have been watching progress on these quilts and yours is lovely

Judy D in WA said...

I like it the way it is too. This has been a fun quilt to work on. I can't wait to see all the others.

Beth said...

Love your quilts. I enjoyed this mystery and I am looking forward to the next one!

katie z. said...

Ooh! Your projects are great!

Deanna said...

That is a pretty Film at Five quilt. Could I share your pictures, and of the other one, too, in the Gallery on WeddingDressBlue?

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