Monday, November 26, 2012
Easy Street Started
I have started Bonnie Hunter's Easy Street Mystery quilt. I did Orca Bay last year but it is not finished yet. I hope to work on Easy Street and finish my Orca bay over the next year. These are the four patches using 2" strips of fabric. I love these little squares. I believe I got 200 done, a few extras in case I lose some.
I have linked up to Bonnie's Easy Street Linky Page and Patchwork Times Design Wall Monday.
I also have my second table runner top done. The top one is not quilted yet. But I can give the finished one away this weekend at the dog trial and know I can keep the other one. I am very very close to running out of the green. I believe I have enough to finish the binding for the second one then that will be it for the green.
Talking about dog Trials, I thought I would go to Regionals for the Agility Associations of Canada (AAC) this June 2013. While I planned to go but the good news is it will be close to home. Yes! Then I found out Nationals will be in Leduc (Aug 1-4,2013) my town, on the soccer fields were my boys play soccer. I want to qualify now for Nationals. If I do not make it I will help and watch good dogs. But I never dreamed of going to Nationals, thought it would be out east this year. I can hardly believe I have a small chance of going to Nationals. I just started competing last year.
Posted by Cathy Tomm at 1:22 PM
Labels: Agility, Design Wall Monday, Easy Street, Table Runner
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Hey, Cathy! Here we are again, quilting into the Mystery. :-) Like your greys and B&W. I didn't have much of either but lots of creams and blues, so went with that combo instead. It will be fun to see how this plays out.ReplyDelete
Pretty table runners, Cathy. I like your Easy Street blocks. I'm going to try to play along, too : )ReplyDelete
great news for you and Lex! Keep plugging along with Orca Bay and those are Happy little 4 tops are ready for Step 2.ReplyDelete
I really like your grey with the black and white, it is so much softer than my black although I love them too. It will be interesting to see how these play with the other colors as we move on. I have about 150 done I think. May be able to finish tomorrow night.ReplyDelete
Lovely little four patches, will be exciting to see this evolve.ReplyDelete
You have a very good looking set of 4-patches there! Looking forward to step 2.ReplyDelete
So fun to see the fabrics people used! What a great variety you have!ReplyDelete