Monday, December 23, 2013

Celtic Solstice Link Up #4

Wow! This last clue was even more fun than the previous three! I can't say how much I enjoyed making these little four squares. I don't know if it was because I was caught up on the other clues, but I just had a blast with these.





And the seams actually swirled!



Then, I felt kind of sad because I was caught up.  So I played with my squares…



I also splurged and bought this ruler, which has been incredibly useful. I would have preferred a creative grids, but I didn't want to wait to order by mail.


It's a long time to Friday.
But it is going to be a really busy week.
But maybe I should consider making the larger king size version…:-).

Thank you so much Bonnie!  Here's the link back to her blog.

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21 comments:

  1. Wonderful mix of colours. The large quilt? It feels like the small one is enough for me!

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    1. This is my first mystery and I hadn't realized how much fun it would be!

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  2. like your guesses at what the block(s) might be!

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    1. Thanks. Everyone's guesses look so great.

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  3. Your blocks are very creative. I love the way you are thinking. Bright colors! Very fun! I wonder if you have solved the mystery? Looking at these blogs is kind of like "The Magical Mystery Tour!" Keep up the cute work!

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    1. Thanks! I love bright fabrics! I also love subdued fabrics. I guess I just love fabric!

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  4. Wow! Your fabrics really make the pieces sing! I love the way you arranged the clues. We'll just have to wait to see how Bonnie arranged them. There are several people who are making the Celtic Solstice whose quilts I really want to see when they are finished. Yours is one. Very nice!

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    1. Thanks!. Everyone is doing such a great job. I'm so inspired.

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  5. I love your collection of fabrics. Your blocks are sparkly! It is fun seeing how they can go together.

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    1. It is fun. I love playing with them. Sometimes I have to force myself to stop, because they're starting to ravel.

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  6. I love your fabrics! The colours really sing!

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    1. Thanks! I love those bright colors. Hopefully it will go together well.

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  7. My now! That is a "Spicy Quilt" I love, love your colors. It is going to be beautiful.

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    1. Thanks! I do hope that it goes together well or I'll just ave to cut more fabric and start again...

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  8. Love your colors, and the block is gorgeous.

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  9. I love the colors and the prints of your four patches!

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  10. Love your fabric and your playing with the design.

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  11. I love your fabrics, nice and bright!

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