Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Round 5: Old Thing Be Best Forgotten

I am a day late on this post, but I fell asleep early last night without finishing the ironing portion of my Blocks.  I also did not complete the BOM block that I needed to redo yet.   You will see a few posts form me today as this is my end of year clean-up report time as well., but I thought it would be too wordy if I put it all in one post.  These blocks I think are rather hard until I found Inklingo's directions. I still have so much work to do, so I am kind of hoping that Bonnie does not do the big reveal tomorrow.

So on to the blocks!
Clue #5

Clues #1-#4
I just LOVE how Lorna describes her new linky party: "Let's Bee Social! is a Sew-Weet new weekly linky party for quilting bloggers.  A new post each Wednesday will allow you to add your own link to the Let's Bee Social linky party post."  The majority of the friends that I have made while blogging have been through linky parties and blog hops.  To be frank, I could not have gotten through the last few months without my blogging buddies.  They have been my encouragement and a good deal of support for me. And now another opportunity to make more friends and enjoy each other's work and lives!

May you all have a wonderful new year!!!!

I am linking up to:
Celtic Solstice Link-up #5 with Bonnie Hunter@ Quiltville
Design Wall Monday with Judy@ Patchwork Times
BOM's Away with Lyn @ What a Hoot Quilts

*\o/* Cheers


  1. You've got quite a bit done on all the clues. I'm using yardage like you are rather than scraps, but my color scheme is different.

    Have a very happy New Year.

  2. Cheers and Happy New Year, Shanna! Love the colours of your in progress blocks! So glad to have made friends with you this year and looking forward to seeing what inspiring creations you have in store for us in 2014!

  3. Happy New Year! :D Look at your Celtic Solstice progress - I'm really loving what everyone is doing with this.

  4. I haven't heard of that link up, going to have to check it out. Thanks for sharing!


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