I really like this top. Piecing it did cause a little whinging and whining while putting the small, bias edge pieces together into blocks but overall, it was a good process. It was nice to keep up with the weekly clues and I think that’s why it came together so fast for me.
Another benefit was it came 100% out of my scraps. No fabric was purchased for the making of this quilt top (well, no fabric was purchased SPECIFICALLY for it!). Quilting will have to wait until my Austerity Challenge/Fabric diet is over (June 30) as I don’t have anything that will work for the back.
If you’d like to have the pattern go to Bonnie Hunter’s site. There’s a tab on the top called Celtic Solstice Mystery.
I’m looking forward to her next mystery. Thanks Mary and Candy for
roping me into this introducing me to Bonnie’s work. 🙂
Now – off to work on another of my UFOs. I’ve finished 2 so far this month and am hopeful to have another one finished before the end of the month.