En Provence, Clue #2

 

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Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilt En Provence 12/5/2016

Bonnie Hunter’s
mystery quilt
En Provence
12/5/2016

I finished clue #1 and I’m working on clue #2.  Either the clues are easier this year, I’m more focused, or my new way of getting through each step is working.  I think it’s a bit of all three.  Whatever the reason, I’m happy it’s going so well so early in the mystery.  I hope it continues.  I went through all my eligible neutral scraps and even dug into yardage to get through clue #1.  I love doing Bonnie’s mysteries each year because it helps use up my scraps and fabric!

Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilt En Provence Clue #1 - done 12/5/2016

Bonnie Hunter’s
mystery quilt
En Provence
Clue #1 – done
12/5/2016

 

Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilt En Provence Clue #2 - in progress 12/5/2016

Bonnie Hunter’s
mystery quilt
En Provence
Clue #2 – in progress
12/5/2016

I’m about a third of the way done with clue #2 but I’ve got a third half done and another third cut and ready to go. Once that last third is done, I’ll have to do a final count because I think that will put me at finished or very close to finished.  I hope to get these completed by Friday for our next clue.

Linky on Bonnie’s page.

Happy quilting!

~Melanie

10 responses »

  1. I agree seems easy so far, more challenges ahead??? Love your colors. Maybe one year I will depart from her colors. I just happen to love her colors. Happy Quilting!

    • With her comments on this last clue I have a feeling it will be more challenging. I do not have the new ruler she is referring to so we’ll see how it goes! 🙂

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