Monday, December 17, 2012

Easy Street 4 and some feathers

Pin It I finished part 4 of Bonnie Hunter's Easy Street mystery quilt. I haven't even tried to guess at what the design will look like but I know it will be neat as I love the colors. There is a  Easy Street  link up if you're working on this and/or want see what others are doing.
East Street part 4
 This is what is on my design wall.....err sewing machine today. This is just a sneak peek and probably won't get done for a couple days. This is the bonus tutorial this month for the 2012 Free-motion Quilt Challenge  at Sew Cal Gal's blog. I almost missed it with everything going on this month on the home front and when I saw it yesterday I had to stop.....and play with this....more to come!

Be sure to stop by Patchwork Times to see what everyone else is working on.
Feather stitching
I won these beautiful charm packs from Lisa at In The Boon Docks and got them in the mail Saturday. The London fabric is 6 inch squares and the Windsor Lane is little 2 1/2 inch squares. Thanks so much Lisa!
Fabric win


15 comments:

beaquilter said...

I think I might work on easy street today too, I'm on step 2 still, finally got more black and white fabrics and once this weekend was over, I knew I'd have more time... your feathers look great and great win!

Sheila said...

Your Easy street will be lovely , nice choice of fabrics.Your free motion looks great too but that doesn't surprise me , oh and I am intrigued by the foot you are using on your machine.

Bonnie said...

Love your colors for Easy Street. I'm way behind! And isn't it fun to get surprises in the mail? Woot! Woot!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

Thanks for stopping by Connie...your sample is great! Tell me how did you get it with the white background? I couldn't seem to get anywhere with mine ..so just printed it the way it was.

Teresa in Music City said...

I'm hoping to work on Easy Street today too! I've got to catch up now that Christmas parties are out of the way :*)

Needled Mom said...

I love the colors on Easy Street. You are keeping up so well.

Love the FMQ project. What kind of foot are you using on the Singer? A darning foot?

You are going to have fun with that mail ;)

Sharyn Mallow Woerz said...

Wonderful to see another using a vintage machine!
Sharyn in Kalama

Deb Lindley said...

Your Easy Street fabrics are just gorgeous and your quilt should be too! Love that vintage Singer!
~Deb

Cyn said...

Congrats on your win... that's some gorgeous fabric!
Your ES pieces are looking fab.
The Feathers are amazing! Can hardly wait to see the rest of this. Wonderful.

shez said...

i love the colours you are using Connie and congrats on your lovely win.xx

Paula, the quilter said...

After seeing all the Easy Street postings today, I'm of a serious mind to join in.

desertskyquilts said...

Love your colors. Those greens look a lot like some I cut today for my Cherry Limeade quilt of elongated churn dash blocks.

Kati from Kati's Quilting said...

Your Easy Street looks gorgeous and I love the feather star you're quilting. Are you using a singer for that? I just saw the vintage face plate and your fm foot looks so different!

Sandra B said...

Congratulations on your win - it's always fun to win fabrics! The FMQ is wonderful - you are getting very good at it, and your Mystery units look great.

Kevin the Quilter said...

Your units for Easy Street look great! Enjoy visiting your blog. Are you near LeClaire, IA where American Pickers are from? LOL