I had to rush to link to part 5 of Celtic Solstice before the link is closed...
maybe the first rush in this quilt-along;o)
The last clue...
(yes, I already know it was the last clue, because the mystery is revealed...
Bonnie did it a festive New Year's Eve! FABULOUS!!!)
... was to make 100 SPLIT TRIANGLE units for the small quilt.
Because I like to remember my journey to Ireland... I picked up these memories for this week.
Clearly those split triangles resemble rock formations on the coast of Ireland... at least in my eyes;o)
For this clue I also took out my Easy Angle ruler to cut those neutral and blue triangles.
I followed exactly Bonnie's cutting instructions... with the missing dog ears it was easy to sew them together with orange-yellow HST units.
Was it too easy... because my sewing assistant seems to sleep?
I also had a bit of time to play with sewed units...
... and I contemplated the ways in which Bonnie is going to lay out the pieces. That kind of contemplating is a part of fun in these mystery quilts...
The all 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" units are now finished:
- 92 star point units with orange background
- 96 star point units with neutral background
- 100 yellow/green/neutral chevrons
- 25 orange/yellow pinwheels
- 120 green/orange 4-patches
- 100 split triangle units
Hopefully I have counted them right...
Hugs, Smiles And Warm Fuzzy Feelings
to every one;o)