Monday, November 26, 2018

Too Many Projects?

With the reality of the state of my projects right now, I probably shouldn't start anything new,  but I decided that I might as well join in on Good Fortune - Bonnie Hunter's Mystery this year. I have so many quilts in progress right now, but her mysteries are so fun, and I always love my finished quilt.  I haven't joined in for the last two, so I was really feeling the itch to join in for this round - and I did!
My friend Melinda gave me a head start by sewing a few units for me on Friday while we were at the quilt shop.  We were hoping to entice some people to play along, but we didn't get any takers...or they all decided to sew at home!

I'm committed to using up as much stash as I can for this one - but I may need some more orange.  I'll have to dig out my box that the units for Celtic Solstice are in, though - I'm pretty sure I've got orange in that box!  Maybe I'll work on that a bit too while I am at it - I think the step I was on for that one was four patches as well.  Who knows, maybe I can finish both mysteries at once.

I'm clipping my units in sets of 10 so I can keep track of how many I've made.  I've got quite a few more to get done, but the next clue doesn't come out till Friday. I think if I put in about half an hour a day I'll get there. Can't wait to see what's next - I guess that's what makes these mysteries so much fun!

I'm linking up with Bonnies Mystery Monday Link-Up  - check out her post, and enjoy seeing what other bloggers have accomplished so far! 


Alison V. said...

Your four patches look great and I'm glad you're joining in for the mystery! I think working on your En Provence at the same time is probably a great idea to get both projects moving.

Vireya said...

I love the mystery process too. I contemplated not doing this one, and then the next thing I knew I had 4-patches made. You look like you have made a great start!