Saturday, 7 November 2015


The first Friday of the new month is always a world wide sewing night with internet friends Hubby calls them my invisible friends). It's an excuse to put your pj's on, get a takeaway and spend all evening sewing. This Friday was no exception.

First up I sewed this week's blocks for the Seeing Stars BOM

First up the 12" block

And here is the 6"

This is a bit of a mystery quilt as we don't know what stars we are going to sew until they are published. The Twenty Twenty girls did post a sneak picture of the setting for the finished quilt. It's a great setting but  I have no idea what fabric I'm going to use. I may be asking for help with this one.

These blocks were quick and easy so I also had time to make the next step on the Meadow Mist mystery quilt.

This month I used these units from previous months

To make these units.

Some of which became these units.

 I also made a few HST's which became these units.

I am really excited to see how these are going to fit in around the large Courthouse Steps blocks from last month.
This is my first proper mystery quilt and I am loving it. Cheryl has already started designing next years and I will be definitely be sewing along.

My daughter then threw me off my machine as she wanted to use it for her costuming so I ended the evening hand sewing some bindings on some mug rugs to send off.

You'll see the front of then in a post sometime this week.

Right I'm off to the link up Cheryll's blog to see what the rest of my invisible friends were up to yesterday.


  1. soo productive Gina...lovely blocks

  2. I love Mystery quilts Gina and yours are coming along nicely. xx

  3. You have invisibly friends too ? My daughter keeps saying , their not real you know . But I know you are ! Must join the Friday night sewing , if I can combine it with my Friday night glass of red . Is it via ig?

  4. Ps I still haven't started my mystery quilt .

  5. Your mystery quilt is coming along beautifully. I really like the colors you are using. I'm looking forward to seeing how all these pieces come together.

  6. Your mystery quilt pieces and parts look awesome! I almost wish now that I had switched my B and C fabrics, but c'est la vie!


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