Sunday, December 15, 2013

Clue #3 of Celtic Solstice Mystery Quilt

This week has been a very busy one for me.   I finally put a few Christmas touches to the house and I've been playing Christmas music every chance I get.

I was so anxious for Friday to come so I could get started on Clue #3 on Bonnie Hunter's Mystery quilt.  This is my third year doing the mystery and I've enjoyed this one extra much.  We have a facebook group of over 2,000 folks and I love seeing some of the other color combinations and progress from different folks.

Here are my 400 little triangles cut and ready to be sewn together.

  Here they are all sewn together!

On Friday I got to babysit for our youngest grandchild, Isaiah.   He was so good and just sat on the floor and watched me sew!

  25 pinwheel blocks and 100 half square triangles all done!.

Last week UPS brought me a little package from Michigan.   Our oldest granddaughter made me this sweet little addition of gingerbread to add to my tree. 

Thanks Misty!  It was the first ornament I hung on the tree.  

If you want to check out some of the other bloggers who are also making this quilt click on the link below.
Bonnie Hunter's Link-Up Site


Donna said...

You are making great progress! Lookin' good! said...

Love your fabrics, and congrats for keeping up with the project during a very busy season!

Heather said...

Your fabrics are beautiful. I would love to join the FB group but it seems to have gone "secret". Do you have any idea how I might be able to join?

Frances said...

I love the rich colours you are using with your yellow.

Carol Yoder said...

Looking good, Polly! Maybe I will eventually catch up ~ I finished my chevrons today.

Suzie said...

Hi Polly,

I love reading your blog, along with that of your sisters. I'm so glad I can post comments now - I could not get it to work on your old account.

I hope your christmas is filled with fun and family,

All the best

Suzie from Australia

Cathie in UT said...

I love your happy colors as it matches your happy smile!
Well done