It was a busy week, with not a lot of stitching. That just seems to be par for the course in December. I tried to make up for the lack of weekly stitching time yesterday, but an apparently much needed afternoon nap won out instead.
There was enough time in the sewing room yesterday to make a start on the third clue from Bonnie Hunter's En Provence Mystery.
Blues are taking the place of purple in my 4 patch blocks. I like the contrast between these two. Though I didn't get very far this weekend, there will be time later this month to catch up once we get past the Christmas holiday.
I also realized this weekend that the middle of the month is just a few days away and there has been no progress on December's One Monthly Goal. The plan is to get started on graduation quilt number three before the end of the month. The pattern (you can see that here) and the focus fabric has been selected, but the accent fabrics needed to be chosen. Spent some time in the fabric closet choosing possibilities then Drama Teen helped me choose the final palette.
I'm looking forward to getting started on this project. The blocks are all big HSTs, so I'm hoping it will go together fairly fast. Graduation quilt 1 is done (need a sunny day to get good pictures), the blocks for graduation quilt number 2 are up on the design wall being stitched together, fabrics are now selected for graduation quilt number 3 and the design for graduation quilt number 4 almost finished. May is going to be here so soon!
Linking up with:
Bonnie Hunter Mystery Monday
Main Crush Monday
Design Wall Monday