Thursday, November 29, 2012

I'm in on EASY STREET!

I really tried hard to resist Bonnie Hunter's Mystery Quilt called "Easy Street", but I couldn't, so I'm all in this year! This will be my first mystery quilt and am really looking forward to making it. If I stay on course, this will be my first completed top for 2013! You can check and see how everyone else is doing with this mystery by logging on here http://quiltville.blogspot.com/p/easy-street-mystery.html
I am making this quilt with the help of "Peaches", my featherweight! Love her!




I didn't decide to do this mystery until Monday, partly because I have 4 other quilts that I am working on and need to get done, but I was so bummed out not being able to do the one she posted last year, that I decided I would bite the bullet and do this one! So part 1 is done!




I'm trying to use only my stash, and not having but one small piece of "gray", I decided to use a black with some gray in it. Hard to believe I don't have much gray looking at this stash, right?








Sew til next time...........
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5 comments:

Sandra B said...

What a gorgeous little machine! I have never seen one. Love your 4-patches, and that stash - drool ;-)

Sharyn Mallow Woerz said...

I love seeing what everyone has pulled out for the background and their choice for constant! Thank you for sharing yours, Sharyn

Cindy from Its a Sew Sew Day... said...

Oh I love your featherweight! I have wanted one for so long. And I love her name! Can't wait to see how your quilt progresses!

Nancy said...

Oh, your fabric is all so neatly organized! Mine started that way but then when I pull and use fabrics they get put away on top, not necessarily in their correct color spot. Then, when I'm finished with a project, I have to reorganize. (Of course, I'm assuming yours always stays organized!)
Nancy from joy for grace

Nancy said...

Oh, your fabric is all so neatly organized! Mine started that way but then when I pull and use fabrics they get put away on top, not necessarily in their correct color spot. Then, when I'm finished with a project, I have to reorganize. (Of course, I'm assuming yours always stays organized!)
Nancy from joy for grace