I hope you all are staying warm if your weather is cold!
Most importantly, I hope you are staying safe while making outings!
I hope EVERYONE is quilting no matter where you are in the world!
En Provence Clue #4
For the dark purples I have chosen to do navy.
Keep these easy clues coming Bonnie!
More tri-recs units for this weeks clue.
80 to be exact!
I have found En Provence
extra enjoyable due to the ease of the clues thus far.
Of course, I always challenge myself to stay on top of
the clues. It's just a personal challenge to myself.
I know, I know, it isn't a race, and trust me,
I am enjoying myself!
You can find all of the clues, and everything you need to know about this mystery quilt
To check out my QOV quilting buddy's progress,
check out my patriotic mystery link up with
Also linking up with Bonnie's
It's so much fun seeing what quilters from all over the globe
are doing with this mystery quilt!
My area was recently gifted with a surprise black ice storm!
I was out Christmas shopping, and was only 25 minutes
in normal traffic and road conditions from my home.
It took me 2.5 hours to get home!
Thank God, I was safe.
On a funny note, while stuck in traffic, I was next to
a semi, and I could see he was talking on his radio.
I waved him to roll his window down to see if
he had any info on the road conditions ahead.
He looked REALLY familiar!
Come to find out, I had graduated high school with him!
I hadn't seen him in 25 years!
When Bonnie posted THIS blog post the other day.....
I HAD to laugh!
I have been going through my red scraps all week
enhancing my 2.5" strip bin that was empty of
reds from making Ann's mystery!
We scrap quilters are truly cut from the same fabric!
In other news..........
This little stinker found her Christmas present!
My Sophia Annabella!
She wanted to open it, but, I told her
she has to be a good girl until Christmas morning!
I truly hope you are finding peace this Christmas season.
I know I am!
Merry Christmas to all!
Thanks for all of the encouragement!
Kevin the Quilter