Saturday, January 5, 2013

So far -


I have most of what I need for my version of "Easy Street" -
Bonnie Hunter’s Easy Street Mystery Quilt - HERE -

I substituted a light Lilac for the Gray/constant -
And Creams/tans/pinks/blues for the Black/White backgrounds -

192 - 4-Patches - Constant/Background -


I substituted Chocolate for the Purple -
And Teal for the Turquoise -

64 Stacked Geese - Chocolate/Teal -


64 Stacked Geese - Chocolate/Background -


64 Shaded 4-Patches -


I substituted Raspberry for the Limey/Apple Greens -

145 Squares -


19 Ssuares cut into 76 QST -


And 2 Squares cut twice - for the corners -
I messed up - I only needed to cut them ONCE -
I wondered why I had 8 of them - haha -
So - say it with me guys - DO-OVER - ;))


I still need to make some more "Double Bricks" -


And I need to mark the corner squares for the “Sitting Turkeys” -


And then I need to cut the squares for the centers -

But I'm getting there - ;))



Talk to you later - gotta go - gotta sew -



8 comments:

Linda J said...

Did she actually call those sitting turkeys or is that your name for them? Don't make me go look!

Katie M. said...

Raspberry, chocolate, turkey - by the time I finished reading this - I was hungry :-)
But great colors...

Ann said...

Oh Wow! I love your color choices! I can't wait to see the whole thing together. I'm still back on step 2. Lots of geese in my future.

Linda said...

I Love your colors. Especially that raspberry.

A Left-Handed Quilter said...

That's what she called them - ;))

A Left-Handed Quilter said...

Thanks, Katie! - They are yummy colors, aren't they? - ;))

A Left-Handed Quilter said...

Thanks, Ann! I cannibalized a couple of "kits' so the colors were already coordinated - but I'm limited on the fabric choices within each main color group - and I keep running out of "backgrounds" - ;))

A Left-Handed Quilter said...

Thanks, Linda! Glad you like the raspberry - if I stick with the original layout, you will see a LOT of raspberry! - ;))

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