Turkey Tracks: December 19, 2017
“On Ringo Lake” Clue 4
This week was “easy peasy.”
So happy, as we’ve had, as we always do, some intensive sewing.
I chain-pieced all 218 units–first one side and then the other–and finished by Tuesday.
Here are some units with the first triangle ironed and piles of triangles on the left that go on the other side.
Done! And glad to see that I do have enough light grey to be lighter than the blacks.
I’m hoping upcoming clues have more neutrals…
Here’s a block for the parts department–made from the tiny “waste” triangles in earlier clues. Once was enough with these tiny blocks. Cute though…
4 thoughts on “Turkey Tracks: “On Ringo Lake” Clue 4”
I’m truly sorry I am not doing this along with you. It looks like such fun and I really like your choice of colors. Can’t wait to see what happens next.
On Dec 20, 2017 10:33 AM, “Louisa Enright’s Blog” wrote:
> louisaenright posted: “Turkey Tracks: December 19, 2017 “On Ringo Lake” > Clue 4 This week was “easy peasy.” So happy, as we’ve had, as we always do, > some intensive sewing. I chain-pieced all 218 units–first one side and > then the other–and finished by Tuesday. H” >
Thanks. You might want to print out the four clues we have now–and the intro–just in case you ever want to make this quilt. Last time I copied one of these for someone, it was over $20. Won’t do that again. Bonnie goes to so much trouble to explain, in detail, the many methods to make a unit. It’s worth it just to read them. You can always start now and catch up over the year you know…
I made 2 pot holders with my scrap left over triangles. The one potholder had 140 pieces in it! They certainly add up! I love your color scheme too!