Monday, December 5, 2016

En Provence--Part 2

I had been apprehensive about the triangle-in-a-square unit that I assumed would be a part of this quilt--Bonnie had written that we would be using the Tri-Recs ruler set.


I pulled out a bunch of neutrals--they were still handy from last week--and chose my magenta (I had two contenders!).

Bonnie's instructions and videos were very clear, and I'm happy to say that these went together quite easily!






The introduction to the mystery can be found HERE
Clue 1 is HERE
Clue 2 is HERE

My previous post on this quilt is HERE 

I will be linking to Bonnie's Mystery Monday post. 

I'm looking forward to Clue 3 next week.





14 comments:

  1. Woohoo! Your triangles look great!
    I love my tri-recs rulers and have used them for several quilts. Such a versatile unit - can't wait to see what we'll do with it!

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  2. They look great! I decided to make half the amount as I don't really want such a big quilt.

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    1. Thanks! Sound like you have a good plan--I'm really enjoying this process!

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  3. LOVE your magenta.
    While I wait for clue 4 i'm working on Her Orca Bay mystery from 2011. I didn't do it back then but thought I'd do it now....
    Peggy in NJ

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    1. I'm thinking Orca Bay is my next project. I can work on the string blocks while doing other things. Thanks for visiting!

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  4. Lovely fabrics, and the triangles look perfect. Aren't Bonnie's instructions perfect? I've learnt so much from doing her mysteries!

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    1. Good instructions make all the difference! Thanks for visiting.

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  5. Looks great! I'm pretty excited for the 3rd clue, also!!!

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  6. So glad your blocks came out good too. I had never heard to cut with the line on the fabric and by using my guided foot mine came out great this year too.

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  7. Lovely set of triangles, interesting that this will be the only magenta in the quilt.

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    1. Thanks. Yes, I'm looking forward to seeing how we use it.

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