Purples, turquoises, apple greens, and black on white
Batik GRAY constant with more black on white prints
Last year was my first year to join in ALL the mystery quilt fun. While my own Orca Bay Mystery quilt is still waiting in the wings for it's final assembly, (hopefully after the holidays when my Quilting Studio should FINALLY be finished complete w/design wall for block placement and assimilation), this one will be a great stress buster for me during the holidays and completed just in time to join Orca Bay for assembly and completion in the New Year.
Here's progress so far:
Cutting the 2" 'twosie' sub-cuts
Gaining some ground on the needed 384 twosie sub-cuts ;-)
All 2" twosie sub-cut units pinned together and ready to be stitched
Sewing the 2" twosie sub-cuts into 4-patch units
Half of the 4-patch units all sewn together complete w/center seam 'spin'
Alrighty then, time to get back to it and finish up the second half of the 4-patch units prior to the Monday morning 'linky'...
UPDATE 11/26/2012: after hemming 2 pairs of jeans for the DGD, finished up the second half of the 4-patch units just in time for Monday morning 'linky' over at Bonnie Hunter's Quiltville...
Stacks of (10) 4-patch units - one stack has (20) on the lower right-hand corner,
and one BIG stack of (100), upper right-hand corner.
And here they are - ALL (192) 4-patch units!
Actually, there are (199) 4-patch units since I ended up w/a few extras ;-)
They've all been stored away in a festive holiday Rubbermaid container, labeled w/painter's tape, ready and waiting to be called up.
NOTE: to view all the other participants in the 'Easy Street Mystery Quilt' and their progress, go to Bonnie Hunter's Mystery Monday Link Up for 11/26/2012 here: http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2012/11/easy-street-monday-link-up-1.html