On Ringo Lake Reveal Process

Posted By on January 8, 2018

The big reveal for Bonnie K Hunter’s Quiltville Mystery was an end-of-the year delight!

It is always so much fun to see how all of the pieces that we have been making since BLACK FRIDAY will come together to make a beautiful quilt.  Thank you Bonnie K Hunter for this beautiful design.  I love it.

Here is a glimpse of my progress.

On Ringo Lake Progress

 

 

To see what other quilters all over the world are doing click on this link.

 

Clue 5 On Ringo Lake and Christmas On Ringo Lake

Posted By on December 26, 2017

We are getting close to a big reveal of this year’s Quiltville Mystery On Ringo Lake and my second one Christmas On Ringo Lake – but for now here are my two batches of flying geese AKA know as clue 5.  Here is my start up – lots of cutting and more to come!

Clue 5 in process

And here we go – all made – browns with neutral wings. On Ringo Lake will soon become a quilt!

Clue 5 On Ringo Lake

 

And my second one, Christmas on Ringo lake consists of Black with neutral wings for clue 5.

Clue 5 Christmas On Ringo Lake

 

There is a certain satisfaction and sense of amazement to look at to tubs of PIECES and know that they will soon somehow unit to make one of Bonnie K Hunter’s famous Quiltville Mystery Quilts.

All 5 clues for On Ringo Lake and Christmas On Ringo Lake – ready to go

 

While I was waiting for Clue  5 to be revealed, I made the back for the On Ringo Lake Quilt – it is 4 1/2 strips of browns and aqua/teals.  I love scrappy backs.

Back of On Ringo Lake

Because of Christmas we are having our linky link party on Tuesday instead of Monday. To see what other quilters are doing all over the world check out these links to Bonnie K Hunter’s blog!
http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2017/12/mystery-tuesday-link-up-part-5.html

http://bit.ly/2zy5TdB

Clue 4 On Ringo Lake and Christmas on Ringo Lake

Posted By on December 18, 2017

Clue 4 of Bonnie K Hunter’s Quiltville Mystery On Ringo Lake and my second one that I am calling Christmas on Ringo Lake has been completed.

This week’s clue was fun and relatively easy –  and it’s only Monday and I am finished with Clue 4 for both of my Quiltville Mystery Quilts.  I used Bonnie’s new ruler, Essential Triangle Tool for this one and my “wings” came out perfect!

Here are photos of my progress:

Clue 4 On Ringo Lake in process

 

And here is Clue 4 of On Ringo Lake Quilt finished!

Clue 4 On Ringo Lake

 

Christmas On Ringo Lake uses green instead of the aqua/teal color.

Clue 4 Christmas On Ringo Lake Quilt in process

 

And here is my Christmas On Ringo Lake Clue 4 finished.  As you can see I used all shades of green here – this quilt is going to be scrappy happy.

 

Clue 4 Christmas On Ringo Lake

Clues 1, 2,, 3, and 4 packaged and ready for Clue 5

 

To see what quilters all over the country are doing with Clue 4 go to Bonnie K. Hunter’s blog to see the link up!  http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2017/12/mystery-monday-link-up-part-4.html 

 http://bit.ly/2kHTaj1

 

Clue 3 On Ringo Lake and Christmas On Ringo Lake

Posted By on December 11, 2017

This week we made “chevron pieces” for this year’s Quiltville Mystery.  I did manage to finish the entire Clue 3 for On Ringo Lake; however I only have the pieces cut  for Christmas On Ringo Lake.  Thanks, Bonnie K Hunter for this design that I KNOW will be fabulous…..it is exciting to make a mystery quilt because you have NO IDEA how all of these pieces will fit together in the end!

 

Clue 3 On Ringo Lake in process

 

Clues 1, 2, and 3 for On Ringo Lake completed

Clue 3 Christmas On Ringo Lake Cut Out

 

To see what others across the country are doing check out Bonnie’s blog link-up Monday!

http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2017/12/mystery-monday-link-up-part-3.html

http://bit.ly/2kmps2Q

Bonnie K Hunter’s Quiltville Mystery Clue Two On Ringo Lake

Posted By on December 3, 2017

We are having a Sunday Link-up this time for  Clue 2 of Bonnie K Hunter’s Quiltville Mystery – On Ringo La,e.  I always make two mysteries – one in Christmas colors and another that either matches Bonnie’s colors or a choice of my own (depending on what I have in my stash!)

For Clue 2  we had to make flying geese units.  There are many different ways to make flying geese and I had tried them all except the one that uses the Folded Corners Ruler.  I am now officially a fan.  The units come out great with very little waste.

On Ringo Lake Clue 2 – Here are a few of my flying geese for CHRISTMAS ON RINGO LAKE (red and neutral) and ON RINGO LAKE (orange and neutral)

Everything is cut out except all of the neutral squares!

More Orange flying geese variety – clue 2

 

http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2017/12/mystery-sunday-link-up-part-2.html 

http://bit.ly/2BFe75V

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