Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Mystery quilt progress

 Here is where I am on Bonnie from Quiltville's mystery Quilt, Allietare.  Step one, step two, step three, step four, and a few of step five are done.  I started sewing step five together backwards, so I am taking a wee break, LOL!!





http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2015/12/mystery-monday-link-up-part-5.html


This is the link up for all the latest progress from the mystery quilters!!

 Above are my pieces and parts, before I started step five.


 This step took me 6+ hours...I am a slow poke these days!!


Did your mom ever make you Silver dollar pancakes as a kid?  They were so special to us...I made some this week, just for us.  They reminded me of my mom!!






Have a great day, everyone!!


Julie

11 comments:

Jo said...

My mum always made us the best pancakes. I can't remember when the last time we had such good ones. It was so much fun

Tired Teacher said...

I don't make pancakes, but I love eating them. I have my mother's cast-iron pancake grill, so I wonder why on earth I don't make my own pancakes.

Congratulations on keeping up with all the mystery clues.

Loris said...

Your mystery pieces are looking lovely. Nice work. Happy New Year 😊

Leeanne said...

Your Bonnie mystery is looking good. I have my hand up for a pancake please!!!

Janet O. said...

Doing well on your mystery parts, Julie.
Mom never made the small pancakes, but I loved them anyway. They are still a favorite.

Rebecca in AK said...

Great job keeping up with the mystery! I worked on part four today but did't finish it. I haven't made pancakes in ages, yours sure look yummy.

Feathers in my Nest said...

Your mystery looks wonderful...and your pancakes are beautiful, and making me hungry! No, my Mother never made pancakes..
I like making those Dutch apple pancakes that you make in the oven.

Quilter Kathy said...

Looking good... the sewing and the eating :)

Lori said...

Nice job keeping up with Bonnie's mystery!

Kyle said...

Nothing wrong in being s slow poke. You're doing a great job keeping up. Looks like it's taken tons of time. I love pancakes, big or smalland they're not just for breakfast. Happy New Years.

Lois Arnold said...

Great progress on the mystery quilt. I'm late reading posts, so I've already seen the reveal and love it! My mom did not make silver dollar pancakes, but my grand kids always expect pancakes when they spend the night and talk about when they were little how I made them Mickey Mouse pancakes and other shapes as well. The two who spent the night Christmas night asked for Belgian waffles, though, so that's what they got! When two 17 year old grandchildren ask to spend the night and request Belgian waffles for breakfast, they get them!