Here they are, 192 four-patch units of grey and black-and-white:
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"Easy Street" is not the only mystery chez Aunt Marti. These past two years I've made a little book of the photos of all 52 quilts I've made that year. This year when I got my book back from Snapfish, I realize I don't remember to whom I gave several of the quilts. So the second mystery is, who got these quilts?
Quilt #1 is "Yellow Brick Road." Every quilter's favorite "I need a quilt to give away TOMORROW" quilt, this was a "brown bag surprise" at Ruth's Stitchery.
Quilt #2 was another mystery. Written by Deb Caffrey, I started this one at Quilt Colorado 2010:
A third "brown bag surprise" at Ruth's Stitchery, "Framed Squares."
"Over and Under" was the green monochrome quilt in 2011 from Patchwork Times:
Another monochrome quilt from 2011, I called this one "Mellow Yellow."
DH abandoned the Broncos game to go to Dutch Heritage Gardens and look at the poinsettias with me yesterday. Who knew there were that many colors of poinsettias? Here are two of their newest varieties. The first one is "Tinkerbell," just for you, Michelle (who blogs at Just for the Piece of It):
I love the serrated leaves and bloom.
I can't remember the name of this one (really must remember to write these things down!), but it has the brightest red bloom: and mottled leaves:
I hope YOU remember to go here to complete my solid-fabric survey and comment to enter the giveaway. The giveaway ends this Friday, November 30th (thanks, Jeannie!) at noon MST.
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