When I started sewing this morning, my En Provence mystery quilt was still in 41 pieces. I ran a countdown as gradually pieces were joined to other pieces.
It was quite satisfying to press the seam between two blocks:
Adding the last border pieces to the last sashing pieces, and in the process reducing ten pieces to two pieces:
formulated in 2011, that "No matter how careful you are about layout, you will always find two pieces of the same fabric beside each other after you have sewn the whole quilt together."
I'm rather late for the link-up this week. There are already 124 other links. It is fantastic to see how everyone's different colour selections came together in the end. Some people have not just finished putting their top together, they have actually quilted and bound their mystery! You can check them all out here.