You know what that means. Step #2 of Celtic Solstice is released today.
I'm ready! I finished sewing the last of the 200 TriRecs blocks last night, and have pinned them in sets of 10.
They are being stored in a recycled spinach container. I look forward to filling this container with lots more mystery blocks over the next couple of weeks.
What are we sewing next?!? You can check it out at Quiltville.
Lookin' good...did you stay up all night sewing?
Are you making the small quilt or the large one?
I can't join in the mystery right now...still working on Christmas gifts!
200! That's a lot. Did you actually use the Tri-Recs tool in making them?
looking great! I'm SO eager to start the next clue, but need to get my house ready. uhhhh I want to SEW, not clean! got a demo quilt (fabric) ready on the long arm to demo on.... most quilts are out and labeled, just can't lay them out until a CERTAIN little girl is taking a nap, need to get downstairs ready with snacks - lots of chocolates that hubby bought!! HE said he'd buy plates/cups etc today. a big reception tonight! my head is spinning, I have no idea what to expect... another person on the tour said he had 3-400 people visit, wow!!
I am impressed. All done with step one and so organized, too!
I knew those spinach containers must be good for something other than the recycle bin. : )
I might have to use Donut containers...I don't eat spinach. Got my pieces cut, now to sew a bunch! Bonnie warns of a SEW FEST for the King Size! The small size will keep me busy enough.
So pretty! I love finding just the right recycled container for a project. Like saving scraps though, they get out of hand in a hurry.
Wow, that's a LOT of little blocks! I love your fabric/color choice for these!
Yummy looking replacement for spinach leaves :). I haven't checked out the next step yet. You're amazing!
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