Monday, December 17, 2018

Good Fortune Mystery Part 4

I am using Yellow for Part 4 of Bonnie Hunter's -Good Fortune Mystery quilt.
She gives the instructions freely. You can check it out at-https://quiltville.blogspot.com/2018/12/mystery-monday-link-up-part-4.html 
If you click on the link above it will take you to everyone's different versions of this project. 
I just write the directions down in a spiral bound notebook and decorate it a little. 

Here are my units for part 4 all finished.

I really like yellow but almost never use it in my quilts. That's why I'm using it in this quilt. I just have so much of it. I used what ever small amount of yellow scraps I had laying around and then I just cut strips out of fat quarters for the rest.

They are living in the box with their neighbors. They need to get acquainted with each other because they are going to be together forever. Ha.

10 comments:

  1. Funny about yellow--i have a whole stack of it and almost NEVER use it either--lol
    I like your yellow strippy units--very pretty...
    Altho' I don't do mystery quilts, I LOVE seeing how everyone works on them...hugs, Julierose

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    1. Thanks for visiting Julierose. It is fun to see everyone's progress. I think this is my 3rd mystery this year.

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  2. Love those sunny yellows!
    It's a color I have to remind myself to use, too. It was my mother's favorite color, though, so I feel like I should use more!

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    1. Thanks for visiting Gayle. My mother's favorite was lavender. Ha.

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  3. What a fun, colorful quilt this will be!

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    1. Thank you for visiting Laura. I hope I like the end result. We shall see.

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  4. Your yellow looks really vibrant! Mine look very pale in comparison but that's okay. My string piecing was done with greens

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  5. Your units all look great - it is going to be a happy quilt by the look of it.

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  6. I just bought a whole bunch of yellows! Your units look so nice - great color combinations! It looks very festive and happy, like Mardi Gras.

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  7. These look great and you have a great variety of yellow fabrics too! :D

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Thanks for the encouragement. We all need a little of that.
Thank you for visiting.