**If you missed the wedding photos, they are here**
It between all of my other things that I have to be working on, I’ve been sewing a little of the Lazy Sunday Mystery.
I’ve wanted to sew the pieces that work well for using as leaders and enders so I’ve been skipping around on the clues. Clue #1 is completely finished. I have half of clue #2 done and half of blue #3. This would completely drive Kelli crazy but this project isn’t a joint project. It’s all mine so I can do it like I want.
I am really thankful that even on my busiest days I still have something that I am working on just for me. Something with no deadline and not a care…
Have you seen the finished quilt?? Bonnie has it on her site here. As you can see, my fabric choices lean more towards Civil War prints. I am anxious to get one of the other blocks together so I have a bit more of a clue how the blocks will look.
It’s a two blog post morning. You won’t want to miss this post too about charity quilts.
To see what others are working on, check out Patchwork Times.
Thanks for sharing your wonderful pictures of your family!
I’m sitting out Lazy Sunday — I think that Easy Street exhausted me in terms of multi-step Bonnie-designs! I haven’t gotten the new Quiltmaker with the final step of LS, but I could pretty well figure it out from the photos Bonnie posted.
Your version will use up a good many odds-and-ends of CW repros, I think.
I didn’t make Lazy Sunday. I like your fabrics. Those parallelograms are in my Midnight Flight blocks too. Also a Bonnie Hunter Pattern.