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Bonnie K Hunter's Mystery quilt Along

Mystery quilt starting November and releasing clues every  week or so.

Website: https://quiltville.blogspot.ca/p/on-ringo-lake-mystery.html
Members: 159
Latest Activity: Apr 2

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On Ringo Lake- 2017 Bonnie K Hunter Mystery Quilt Along

Started by cate. Last reply by Michelle K Mar 12. 9 Replies

Here is the place to share everything related to "On Ringo Lake" the 2017 Bonnie K Hunter Quilt Along. Share your fabric pulls here, can't wait to see what everyone comes up with. I will add the link for the clues, etc as they become available. …Continue

En Provence- 2016 Bonnie K Hunter mystery quilt-along

Started by cate. Last reply by Deborah Calyo Jan 26, 2017. 42 Replies

Here is the place for all your "En Provence" pictures and discussions. This is a place where we will find everything related to the 2016 Bonnie K Hunter mystery. Please no direct sharing of clues or measurements. Everyone is to be directed back to…Continue

"Allietare" 2015 Bonnie K Hunter Mystery quilt-a-long.

Started by cate. Last reply by LKC Dec 25, 2016. 36 Replies

Hey Folks:Looks like we should be getting color and fabric requirements soon, so I just thought we could get this up and ready.  Just a quick reminder that the links for clues etc, will be linking directly to Bonnie's page. Of course we can post our…Continue

2014 Bonnie K Hunter Mystery Quilt Along " Grand Illusion"

Started by cate. Last reply by Carole Dec 9, 2015. 203 Replies

Here is the place to post all your pics and comments related directly to this mystery.  Also please continue posting comments to the main page as well. Enjoy!!Continue

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Comment by Cindy on April 2, 2018 at 11:59am

Cora, looks fantastic! I can understand taking time to do the quilting. That is a lot of fabric and weight to manage. Before I got my long arm I struggled with quilting on my little domestic machine. The key was just doing small amounts at a sitting. Also having adequate support for the quilt to lay on around you. I used my ironing board set to match the height of my table to my left so the excess quilt wouldn't fall to the floor and create more drag. I know you will get it done and it will be gorgeous. 

Comment by diane on April 2, 2018 at 6:44am

no Core you are not alone. I finished my top right away but realized that I had put every single one of those blasted flying geese in the wrong direction! Mine all fly outward inside of toward the center. It still looks nice but it was such a let down that I folded it up and it's been sitting ever since! Just haven't had the heart to quilt it yet. Oh I will at some point and it will be fine, just not yet.

Comment by Lynda on April 2, 2018 at 5:44am

Hi Cora,

You're not alone and you're certainly not speaking to yourself.  I've been watching all the activity here on scrap quilts and admiring every one of them.  I haven't been on here for quite some time as I've been so busy with other things in my life............BUT............I have been watching and admiring.  I have a scrap quilt on the go now.  Have to make 50 blocks for the king size and so far have 20 blocks finished and 30 more left to sew.  Yikes!  What did I get myself into?  lol  Will post a pic of it soon.

Comment by Cora Hawkins on April 1, 2018 at 1:13pm

Hi all....looks like I am speaking to myself, lol...still plugging away..pinning now....

Comment by Cora Hawkins on February 27, 2018 at 12:26pm

Top and backing together - purchased batting - have thread - I have not made a quilt this big - do not have enough pins - sigh! The three pieces individually are heavy - maybe I can find a very light batting? With all these decisions I can still procrastinate! Happy quilting all!

Comment by Cora Hawkins on February 7, 2018 at 10:41am

Hi ladies..still plugging away...two seams left then.....OMG this thing is large, will be interesting quilting it! 

Comment by Paula Hedges on January 23, 2018 at 6:00pm

Cora, your blocks are beautiful.  I'm still behind, but I make a point whenever I am in the sewing room, even if it is to pick up a pair of scissors, to sit and sew at least 10-15 minutes.  Eventually it will be finished - hoping before MQ 2018 - LOL!

Comment by Cora Hawkins on January 23, 2018 at 2:25pm

I did manage to get the blocks together....next part I think will be harder!

Comment by Cora Hawkins on January 19, 2018 at 2:28pm

Me too Cindy! My stash is very small so I have a puzzle to get the pieces apart enough so all the blocks look random!! That's ok, something for a rainy day.  We are getting soaked for a few days, even Mount Washington (here on the island) got about 3 feet of snow in not too many hours..I think that is great, as long as the snow does not get down here!!

Comment by Cindy on January 18, 2018 at 5:58pm

Cora, it's wonderful. Great job. Can't wait to see it together.

 

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