Monday, 31 December 2018

Good Fortune Clue 5

Yes, 5! I have looked at 6, and I've even cut a few strings, while straightening edges for the clue 5 pieces. However Christmas week is always extra busy (and I know I'm not the only one) so I haven't got any further with this winter's Quiltville Mystery Quilt, "Good Fortune" than making some of last week's pieces. I also made some more of clue 2 as leaders and enders in clue 5. Perhaps that's an advantage of being behind!

15 pieces for clue 5; where's the one that got away?
As I was making these in pairs, one right- and one left-facing, I was very surprised to have one large blue triangle left over. Where did the other pair of triangles get to, I wonder! I'm not about to move the furniture to look for it now, so that's all of clue 5 for the moment.

As to clue 6, I'm happy that Bonnie gave the option to make the pieces from strings as I'm very low on neutral fabric, but I do have a bag dedicated to the off- cuts from straightening fabric before I start cutting for regular patchwork. I should be able to fill at least one telephone-book page from there, I hope before Friday.

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I wish everyone all the best in 2019, especially

Happy sewing



Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

sometimes we just get behind on the quilt alongs as life gets in the way - maybe after new years you can get caught up

TheEclecticAbuela said...

Your units look so bright and cheerful! Happy New Year.

T Craven said...

My mystery one leftover was solved when I discovered two layers stitched to one!

Kathy S. said...

Every once in a while two of my triangles stick together. Maybe it got sewn into a block behind one of the other blues. I LOVE that orange with the green and white ovals in it. Gorgeous scraps. Happy New Year!!!

Christine B. said...

Love the beautiful colours you are using for this quilt Marly and I will be looking forward to seeing how it all comes together in 2019! Wishing you a very Happy New Year! Best wishes, Christine xx