I’m linking up with Bonnie at Quiltville today for Mystery Monday Link Up Finale. My top has been finished for over a month now, but I wanted to show it off one more time.
I really pushed myself to get this done last Tuesday, the 3rd. I started making the yellow, white and green blocks in the morning and got them done and trimmed around 11. Took a break and then got to piecing the sashing and the blocks. I finished the final stitching around the edge at about 9:30pm.
If you’ve been following me on this mystery, you know that I made this quilt half size. Same number of pieces as the full size, the blocks finish at 1 ½ inches. The quilt top size is about 44 inches square. I took the picture below with my cutter as a size reference.
Next up quilting it!
Linking up with Sara at Confessions of a Fabric Addict for Can I Get A Whoop Whoop Friday today and Bonnie Hunter’s Quiltville for the Mystery Monday Link-up.
10 thoughts on “En Petite Provence”
Whoa! Quite a quilt beauty with the pint sized patches!
Thanks! It was a bit of a challenge to keep the points pointy.
I was uncomfortable with the yellow, but your choices are great. Nice job!
Thanks, I’m hesitant to use yellow too, but Bonnie helped me get over using orange in other mysteries, so I just dove in.
Thanks! I’m pretty proud of it too.
Holy wow! It’s gorgeous, and even more impressive worked at that small scale!
Thank you, I’m looking forward to finishing it and hanging it up in my home.
I really like this half scale idea for one of Bonnie’s quilts. Something to consider! It looks wonderful. 😀
Thanks, sometimes a half sized quilt can be fun. I think Allitare would be nice too.
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