Sunday, December 13, 2015

Allietare Mystery Clue #2

I don't know how I did it, but I got the Allietare Mystery Clue #2 with Bonnie Hunter at Quiltville's Quips & Snips.  Clue #2 came out on Friday before I was leaving to head back to DeKalb.  Anytime I'm at my parent's house in Missouri, there is always a hit and miss chance that I'll get any sewing time in.  And this time was a miss.  After I got home, I needed to hit the ground running as I had a large custom quilt that needed quilting plus several others that came in the mail while I was gone.  Guess what?  I didn't hit the ground running... I hit the ground Monday morning with a cold and I felt like I'd been run over by a truck.  Ugh!  I didn't have time for this!  And I sure wasn't going to be able to keep up with the Allietare Mystery.

But somehow I did... I got the custom quilt finished.  Maybe not in the timeframe I was hoping for, but it's finished and I got Allietare Mystery Clue #2 finished.  I'll share photos of the custom quilt later; after my customer receives it.

Allietare Mystery Clue #2 - 20 sets of 4 matching decapitated geese.  Some called them santa hats on the Quiltville's Open Studio Facebook page. Keep in mind my constant gray is black.  You can find clue #2 here.

Plus 36 of these blacks greens.

I also picked up a few more reds for the Allietare Mystery.

A few more greens and one gold for the Allietare Mystery.  Remember my green is replacing the black in Bonnie's version.  

Allietare Mystery Clue #3 came out on Friday and I'm working on it now.  Thank goodness it's an easy one.  You can find it here.  

Are you doing this Allietare Mystery with Bonnie?  Are you linking up with her on her linky party?  You can see what everyone else is doing and how they're coming along here.



  1. You have some lovely fabrics to add to the mystery.

  2. umm, very nice Christmas kind of vibe you have going here. Lovely

  3. Glad you managed to catch up with yourself. Look forward to seeing Part 3 soon.


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