I'm so proud that I'm keeping up with this year's Quiltville Mystery Quilt "En Provence" by the amazing Bonnie Hunter! This is Week 4, and I'm still chugging right along.
Bonnie is having us make more Tri-Recs triangles, this time with our neutrals and scrappy dark purples:
I only had to make 40, instead of 80. It's a good thing, too, because this is all that is left of my dark purples...I sure hope we don't need much more:
So after some chain-piecing, I got mine done:
These are so cute and pretty, and I really love using those Tri-Recs rulers! I see a Storm at Sea in my future!!
Check out the other participants' progress at the Mystery Monday Link-Up on the Quiltville blog! I love seeing others' creativity with the colors and fabrics!
And in other quilty news, I also finished a quilt for my friend's son:
This is pre-wash, so it's not as magical as it will be once it gets all crinkly! My friend's son is in cub/boy/eagle scouts, and has a bunch of patches. She wanted something so he can display and use them for years to come, and she came up with the idea of a quilt. Only she doesn't know how to quilt. But guess who does? ;-)
I really should not have volunteered to take this on, especially during Christmas-gift-making time. But it's done, and she'll love it, so there you go!