Tuesday, December 13, 2016

En Provence Mystery Quilt Part 3

Well, it has been a slow week,  even though the knee surgery went well and recovery has been normal, I have had to rest it more than what I like my activity to be in my life.  But the good news is that I have been able to catch up on the Mystery Quilt, because I have lots of time to sew while I have my knee elevated.  It's a good thing that the surgery is on the left knee, and I sew with my right leg on the pedal.

Anyways, this is the next part of the mystery quilt.

We are starting to get into the colors of the quilt, and this part uses the dark purple and the light lavender.  We are making some more four patches, just like part 1, using just neutrals.

This is a sample of what I had in my stash and a few new fat quarters that I purchased recently.  Mostly because I didn't have enough variety to have the scrappy look that we are trying to accomplish with this mystery.

I am again bundling them in groups of 20, so I can more easily keep track of the amount needed for this part.

Here is what I have left to do today.  I have some time before I go back to the orthopedic doctor to get the stitches removed.

I am anxiously awaiting for part 4 which will be out this Friday, but in the mean time, if you are interested in getting the instructions can go this this link  http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2016/12/mystery-monday-link-up-part-3.html.



englishquilter said...

Love your fabrics!

Benta AtSLIKstitches said...

Glad the operation went ok, the patches are looking fab!