Monday, December 28, 2015

Allietare--Fifth Clue

We're up to week five of the 2015 Bonnie Hunter Mystery Quilt--Allietare.


This week was a fairly easy clue--after last week, I think we all needed easy! No cutting--just assembly of things we already had.





Clue Six comes out on New Year's Day--happy sewing, everyone.




You can find Bonnie's instructions for Clue 5 HERE.

My first completed clue is posted HERE.
My second completed clue is HERE.
My third completed clue is HERE.
My fourth completed clue is HERE.


I'm linking to the Monday Mystery Link-Up, Part 5 at Quiltville.

18 comments:

  1. Oh, they look great! I love your neutrals, too.
    I got about a third of them done - hopefully I'll get some sewing time to catch up with you!

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    1. Thanks! Gotta have sewing time--it's good for you! :)

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  2. This is going to be such a striking quilt, I think. Really looking forward to seeing them all come together!

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  3. I love your clue and I'm happy to see You again in the new year!

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    1. Thanks, Denise. This mystery has been wonderful to make. :)

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  4. Your units are wonderful, I love all the variety in your reds. Yes this clue was quite easy, wonder what is next for us, and the mystery continues. I am really making an effort to get some UFO's done.

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    1. Thanks, Rhoda. Red is my favorite color, so my stash is a bit fatter there! :)

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  5. Just sewing and not cutting was good, but I'm still fighting the bulk of those many seams in the centers. Praying that there won't be any pinwheels. Maybe, if Bonnie was inspired by that Italian pavement, we'll get squares-in-a-square instead?

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    1. I'm still hoping for strings, but I don't think there will be any.

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  6. Great job of keeping up! They look wonderful!
    Happy New Year!!

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  7. Great photo op on the tiled floor.

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  8. Your blocks for Clue 5 looks so clean and crisp. Congrats on keeping up with each clue. That's no small task.

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