Monday, December 10, 2012

Easy Street part 3

Here is my progress on Bonnie Hunter's Mystery Quilt "Easy Street." 

(thought this layout looked kinda cool)

I feel better about stitching and ironing on the bias- the "Easy Angle" rulers are a big help.  I still measure and square up when I'm cutting off dog ears, but it's a lot better than it was.

  And here are all the steps so far...

Thanks again, Bonnie for sharing all of your hard work and talent. Can't wait to see what's next!


  1. Nice job, getting closer now!
    On the other hand I hate to see it end. :)
    Love coming into your blog and being greeted by doggie~so cute.
    Sharyn in Kalama

  2. So nice! I love that you put them all in sweet little rows!

  3. Love your fabric choices. Have not tried laying out my blocks yet.

  4. It is so much fun to play with the blocks on a design wall... I have made this block (BRAVE WORLD) before so it was a matter just finding the time to do the sewing. LOVING your fabrics.. looks like fun.... mine is much more traditional.


  5. Very fun blocks! This is such a fun mystery... very exciting to see everyone's quilts develop.

  6. I like how you laid your blocks out, kinda Trails of Teradon (spelling my bad!) very cool to see everyone's progress! Even if we are using the same color scheme, no-one's looks alike :-) Happy Sewing

  7. Wow, your shaded 4-patches are fabulous! Don't all the units look great together.


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