Monday, December 26, 2011

Orca Bay step #5 & 6

Continuing the Orca Bay Mystery. I didn't think I'd be able to keep up during the Season but I did it.
Step #5 was a lot of sewing, sewing all those wings on the little half square triangle blocks.

Step #6---ahhh finally some blocks. Who would of thought Ohio Stars 28 lights and 28 darks, It was fun to put the blocks together and I am really looking forward to Step #7 this Friday.  I am enjoying every step of this mystery with Bonnie, if you would like to see more of the Orca Bay mystery check out Bonnie's blog:
 http://quiltville.blogspot.com/p/orca-bay-mystery.html



We had a wonderful Christmas, filled with friends, family, food and good cheer. A very unusual Christmas for the north as we have hardly any snow left! The lawn is green...can just imagine what Mother Nature has in store for us for January :)

7 comments:

Ray and Jeanne said...

Congrats on keeping up! I love your fabrics and stars especially the dark colors - I've always used light backgrounds for Ohio stars. Not anymore! - Jeanne

Nann said...

Your Buggy Barn wonky star quilt really caught my eye!

Cyn ;-) said...

Impressive the way you are keeping up on the Mystery! Hats off to you. lol.
Your blocks are looking wonderful. I've never alternated light/dark in the bg of Ohio Star blocks. This is tons of fun!
Can't wait to see your quilt together.

Leeanne said...

great mystery isn't it! Funny to see people trying to workout how it all comes together

heather said...

I really like the way the dark background stars look.

Louise said...

Your blocks look nice. I visited your Traditional Quilts blog and was very impressed! Your quilts are wonderful!

Béa said...

Still a mystery...beautiful blocks ! XO