Monday, December 14, 2015

Allietare--Third Clue

Gold and neutral four-patches this week in Bonnie Hunter's Mystery!









I added a little fun:

A British pedestrian and a French hen!




What a great mystery--the steps are doable in the time allotted, and the units aren't complicated to create!

Thanks, Bonnie!



You can find her Mystery Monday Link Up for Clue 3  HERE.

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

16 comments:

  1. Wow, great fabrics! And very seasonal!

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    1. Thanks, Gayle. I still had the fabric handy from a Christmas quilt I just made.

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  3. Love the fun in your yellow fabrics!

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  4. We all need a little Fun!! Looking wonderful.

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  5. Great variety in your fabrics!

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  6. I always find a lot of humor in your fabric choices. One of my golds is a banana print and as I sewed it I was thinking of the sock monkeys in your red fabric.
    Bonnie Mysteries are such fun, that I'm divided: I'm eager to work at the next clues, but I don't want the reveal/surprise to come out too early!

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    1. I completely understand the feeling. I am having lots of fun with this mystery--and to think I was apprehensive about it!

      Banana fabric is great! I deliberately look for things I can add as surprises because I love discovering them in other quilts.

      Thanks so much for visiting my blog--I really appreciate it. :)

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  7. Thanks! I tried to mix some cheery bright golds in with the duller ones for a little oomph!

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  8. Love the chicken! And the warm golds and yellows are really going to bring the quilt to life. Looking good!

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    1. Thanks, Monica. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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