Easy Street Progress…

With all of my Christmas sewing projects out of the way now, I returned to forging ahead on my Bonnie Hunter 2012 mystery quilt, Easy Street.  As of last night, here are all of the units happily dwelling together:

I’m hoping we get to play with yellow next (Bonnie’s green).  Bottom left corner is step 5 units which I’m calling “Stuffed Christmas Geese”.  Centre bottom are the yellow 3 1/2″ squares which I expect will be either a centre block with geese around and maybe some of those 4 patches?  I bet Bonnie will be starting to put these units together starting with step 6 which is to be released next Friday.

Until then, there are Christmas preparations to happen.  I have some stocking stuffers to wrap.  All the grocery shopping is done, thanks to my DH who braved the crowds in the stores yesterday.   I’m just so glad to be caught up to this point and be waiting for the next step.  Wow!

Merry Christmas!
Mavis

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7 comments on “Easy Street Progress…
  1. Tami C says:

    I too am looking forward to start getting to see what our quilt is going to look like. Looking forward to Christmas dinner with the family. Here's wishing you a Merry Christmas!

  2. Mavis says:

    Thanks Tami. Same to you!

  3. Aileen says:

    Your blocks look terrific. I can't wait for Friday. It is the first time in weeks I don't have to have something done by…..

    I see you have Bonnie mystery quilts to the right of your page numbered 1 thru 5. Was number one your first bonnie mystery or was it Bonnie's first offering of a mystery?

  4. Mavis says:

    Double Delight was my first mystery with Bonnie. There were at least 3, maybe 4, before I discovered her and her mysteries. I'm hooked! I love her colour sense, and her designs are spectacular!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I too am hoping we start joining some of these units together. Your colours look great sitting there together. Merry Christmas.

  6. Vireya says:

    It is going to be fun to see how the bits all come together, isn't it?

  7. Andee says:

    Nice to see some different colors for the mystery!

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