Sunday, December 9, 2012

Easy Street - Step Three

The third part of Bonnie Hunter's online mystery quilt. First lots of cutting, then some chain-piecing, then some pressing, repeat, repeat, finish!

Adding the second background triangle.


Adding the larger triangle to complete the square.


All done!

64 of these units made.

I'll put a link here to all the other people making Easy Street when Bonnie sets it up on Monday. 249 people linked-up last week!
Here's the link: Monday Link-up

12 comments:

  1. You did great, I'm still working on part 2, those Flying Geese gave me problems. lol But I'm a still going at it. Love the colors you chose.

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  2. I'm really loving your fabric choices!

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  3. The larger block is very dynamic. Glad your making it?

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  4. Nice job, getting closer now!
    On the other hand I hate to see it end. :)
    Sharyn in Kalama

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  5. Hi Vireya,

    They are looking good. I am loving the colours very much. Something out of my comfort zone. I am normally an appliquer so this is going together rather fast.

    I feel I should know you as we obviously live close!
    ( I am just out of Bendigo!)

    Perhaps we will meet up one day!

    Cheers, Maree

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  6. Your units look fabulous. I have some of that butterfly fabric too from way back when.

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  7. Love the varity of blues Not that many blues in my stash. I enjoyed reading the rest of your posts. What amazing things you can grow. Shirley

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  8. What awesome variety you have! Your blocks are looking very scrappy which I LOVE! Did you use the angle rulers for your blocks or do you have another method? Your lines and points are so sharp. Awesome job!

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  9. Love the variety with your blues, so far have only seen one material in all the pics I have looked at that I have and it was a purple from someone in the US!
    I can't wait to see what they make when assembled.
    P.s. Hope you got that spider out of your sewing room.

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  10. Your mystery blocks look great!
    Step #4 is posted...I'm off to sew!

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