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Thursday, December 19, 2013

The Eve of Clue #4!

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Are you ready for tomorrow’s Celtic Solstice clue #4? 

I know many are a bit frazzled – we are THIS close to Christmas.

I’m here to tell you not to fret, not to panic – I have saved our EASIEST clue for this week, and it will go live tomorrow morning at 7am EST!

I wanted to remind everyone to check our Linkies from this week – entries are still coming in, and they are all so great!  I can’t thank you enough for all of your participation in the Link-Ups.  It really makes it fun for everyone!

Click HERE to view the more than 170+ links playing along on this week’s post!  How awesome is this?

This is a heads up that if you still want to link to this week’s  post --- you have until 11:55pm EST to do so!!  Time is running out!

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As for me…I’ve been at my desk for days.

The edits for my next book are coming back, and I’ve been chained to my desk ((other than a break for a massage yesterday and to pick up my Christmas present shown on last night’s Quilt-Cam post HERE.)) for the last few days deep at it.

We are getting there!  And it is exciting to see it come together – it’s just that desk days don’t leave me so much blog about!

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I have NOT touched my Cheddar Sampler quilt since working on it during Quilt-Cam last night!  There it sits…ALMOST all sewn into rows, but it must WAIT!

I’m trying to get it all done so that I can head to the cabin tomorrow morning….stop at the store to get all I need for a week away, and start my Christmas baking up there! Whoowhooo!

But in the mean time..there is still a lot of desk work to do.

Keep on Quilting on ---cuz right now I’m FAR from it!!


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13 comments:

  1. I just finished up clue three this morning. I figured out that I have cut 3351 pieces so far. Wow! Thanks for giving an "easy" clue for tomorrow

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  2. Thanks Bonnie for all you do. Enjoyed web cam last night. I'm slowly working on the mystery, and happy to hear tomorrow clue is easy. Looking forward to a few days of sewing. I'm done baking, house is somewhat cleaned, just need to wrap presents . Safe travels to the cabin, and hope the stores are not too busy for your shopping preparations. Have a wonderful evening. I will check the clue early tomorrow. Wendy Bradley Alliston Ontario Canada.

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  3. I so appreciate you sharing your love of quilting with us "Design Challenged". You're one special lady and I would like to wish you a very, very Merry Christmas to you and your's.

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  4. Thanks Bonnie for all your hard work. I have learnt so much on this mystery already. Managed the hst with the easy angle first time using this. Also tried the magic 8 mentioned on the fb page. Haven't finished 1 and 2 yet but good way there. 3 sewn just need ironing. Looking forward to next clue but working the weekend so have to start Monday! Happy Christmas. Camilla Stagg in Uk

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  5. Bonnie, when you have time, perhaps when we start assembling components, would you explain again how you get all that threaded together? Or pop in a link on that clue?
    Thanks, my little bits are SO cute! I found some 2.5" shamrock fabrics, so have been making one block for each clue in those.
    Sharyn in Kalama

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    1. Sharyn - I asked her this same question last night. She has the directions under Tips & Techniques:

      http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/06/webbing-top-or-how-to-chain-stitch.html

      I love this idea!
      Darlene

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  6. Hi Bonnie,
    I can't wait to see whats cominig next, I do enjoy beeing part of htis international mystery quiltingbee ☺
    Thanks for sharing your talent with us.
    Liebe Grüße
    Bente

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  7. Thank you for all you share with us Bonnie. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy. Healthy and Quilty 2014.

    Jennifer in Perth
    Western Australia

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  8. Thank you Bonnie - can't wait to see the next clue. I'll be heading to NC for Christmas but I have a backup machine that I keep at my daughter's house :-)

    Hope you have a very Merry Christmas!
    Darlene

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  9. I love your cheddar sampler so much--it is amazing! Thanks for sharing on quiltcam last night--so enjoyed it...hugs, Julierose

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  10. No I'm not ready! LOL I haven't finished clue 2!!!!! I'll catch up.

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  11. Yay! I've finally caught up! Can't wait for tomorrow!

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  12. I was surprised I caught up on Wednesday (I work at a hospital and worked 8 straight days last week), so now I am chomping at the bit for the next clue! Thanks for the fun, Mary Ann

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