Here are four of my completed Celtic Solstice mystery quilt blocks. I finished step five last night and started to assemble some of the blocks. I can't wait to see this whole top together. Everyone's completed tops look absolutely beautiful. Check here to see everyone else's progress:
Thursday, January 2, 2014
Here are one of each block completed. I still have week one to complete and week five to complete and then I'll be ready for make all of the blocks. I'm struggling with matching some of the seams, so I'll probably take this apart and fix it. I can't wait to finish this. I love this pattern. Click here to see everyone else's progress on Bonnie's Blog.
Thursday, December 26, 2013
Here are my Celtic Solstice Mystery Quilt, Part Three's. They are all made, but I still need to trim them and get them all ironed. Check here to see everyone else's progress on Bonnie Hunter's Blog.
Check out everyone else's progress here on Bonnie Hunter's blog.
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Well, I was able to finish all of Celtic Solstice, Week Two. I have all of Week One cut out and ready to sew and and some of them already sewn together. I start Week Three, but have to finish. I'm hoping to have some time of the Christmas holidays to get caught up. Check on Bonnie's blog to see everyone else's progress.
Friday, December 6, 2013
So, I had a snow day today. I was able to get all of my Week One's cut out and all of my Week Two's cut out. I sewed four of the Week Two's to see how they went together. They went together pretty easy. I just had to pay attention a little bit more to make sure I was sewing everything on the right way. Hopefully, I can get a bunch done tomorrow before our Christmas party. If not, I'll be sewing Sunday after church. Of course, there is another storm coming in on Sunday with more snow and ice :-)
Tuesday, December 3, 2013
I was finally able to start on the Bonnie Hunter Celtic Solstice Mystery Quilt tonight. As you can see, I didn't get very far. I have thirteen of the orange units and fourteen of the neutral units completed. So, that means I only have 127 orange units to go and 226 neutral units to go. What have I got myself into???? Let the fun begin. Look at Bonnie's blog to see what everyone else has completed for part one