Monday, December 19, 2016

Mystery Monday Link-Up! En Provence! Part 4!!

Welcome to Part FOUR of the En Provence Mystery!!  Second verse, same as the first.  (Or would that be second?)  Either way, we were back to the Tri-Recs tool for a go at our purples.  Or, in my case, browns with my "neutral" blues:


While everyone was happily finishing up with their Tri-Recs tools for the duration of En Provence, I only just GOT my ruler set on Thursday!!  A friend discovered that she had a second set, so I offered to buy it.  The first unit turned out fairly well... if you discount the fact that I didn't follow the directions exactly:


(Thanks, Linda!!  I was wondering when I would get around to ordering one of those.)  Best of all, it was delivered to me with NO postage fees!  (Thanks, Candy, for being the UPS man!!  LOL)

I was busy making a Tree Lot:



The photo above shows the first EIGHT completed Christmas Tree mini quilts made from Kevin the Quilter's tutorial.  I'm hoping to have a second set done before Christmas.

When I wasn't busy with the Tree Lot, or being distracted by my Christmas Magic Cowl:



I did manage to get a little more done on my En Provence.  Here is a sampling of each unit in Clue 1 - Clue 4:


Sorry that I wasn't able to share my photos with you all, but my computer isn't recognizing my phone.  :o((

I'm sure that there are PLENTY of En Provence photos to enjoy over at Quiltville.  I will add my photos when my computer decides to open lines of communication with my phone.  Until then, you and I will just have to head over to Bonnie's Link-Up.

PHOTOS ADDED.  Thanks for your patience!!

Until next time...
Be Mysterious!!!

6 comments:

  1. I love the blue and brown together. I'm also using light blues as my neutral.

    Barbara at Stash Overflow

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  2. Love the colours you chose for En Provence. I haven't started Part 4 yet, not even the cutting. You are doing very well. Enjoy! ;^)

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  3. I love seeing people break out and use their own colors. It makes the mystery more interesting, I think.

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  4. Way to learn something new! Bonnie helps us learn new things and makes it easier I think? Your mini trees look WONDERFUL! I LOVE how you quilted them! Great work! Merry Christmas!

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