Like every other quilter in the free world, I am participating in Bonnie Hunter's 2013 Mystery called Celtic Solstice. Thank you, Bonnie, for giving us so many FREE patterns and mystery quilt programs!
And thank you for making Step 3 easy to complete so we can go back and catch up on the first two steps. As you can see, I am using Bonnie's suggested colors and color arrangement. Only a handful more pieces to sew and I am caught up. Until the next step. Below is a link to Bonnie's linky page for this quilt.
I looked around the house and found that I have completed (or nearly completed) two quilts based upon Bonnie Hunter designs and am working on FIVE more including Celtic Solstice [not counting the handful of Sisters Choice blocks from two years ago].
Lady of Lake Erie
1. Star Struck - completed
2. Chunky Churndash - ready for quilting
3. Crabapple Trees - wall hanging, needs final border and quilting
4. Floribunda (aka Colorado Sunshine) - need 22 more blocks
After I finally finish the above quilts, I want to start on Smith Mountain. And Nifty Thrifty, Pfefferneuse, Roll Roll Cotton Boll, and... Can you tell I like Bonnie's designs?
Oh wait, I also need to complete several other quilts in progress (1860 Revival, Red Cross, and Royal Flush). And maybe I should put together a couple more baby quilts. My new nephew Sammy may need a third quilt from Aunt Sandy. Or my daughter may need a fourth quilt. I will have to post pictures of her three beauties.
On a higher note....It's winter and the weather hasn't been the best for flying. I work full-time so the weekends are my chance to "escape the bonds of earth". But several of my other pilot friends have been flying. Congratulations to Jimmy on passing his commercial pilot checkride! Congratulations to Carl, my hubby, on his third solo! [Just don't damage my airplane.]