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Thread: Orca Bay Mystery Quilt-Along

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    Where are all the quilts in progress?????

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    These quilts were a Bonnie Hunter Mystery that started last November. People are just now finishing them up. If you go to the 1st page and follow along you will see them in progress.
    "You have enough quilts made when your soul is filled, your creativity satisfied and your fingers just won't work anymore."

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    I finished mine last week, better slow than never. The quilt room looks so bare with the working wall blank

    I added an inside border and altered Bonnie's outside border, the top finished 82"x90"
    I used 1800's reproductions (all from stash) in blues/cheddars/neutrals/browns
    this was my third year participating.

    I'm looking forward to November
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    Oh Kalama that is beautiful, I love what you did with the border. Great job! I still have not quilted mine!!! I am also looking forward to November when her next Mystery comes out. Bonnie also said in her blog today that she is working on a three part Mystery Quilt for Quiltmaker Magazine next spring. We should be able to finish her November Mystery in time to start the one in Quiltmaker! I finished the piecing at the end of January for both of her last two Mystery Quilts, I just can't keep up during Christmas week. RRCB is on my bed, I love it!
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    Wow, Kalama! You did a fabulous job! Love your border additions and colors.

    This was my first Bonnie Hunter mystery and I wasn't sure if she had them every year, I am really looking forward to it now and thanks Jeanie for telling me about the Quiltmaker mystery...I should start a subscription lol.
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    Kalama! That's so beautiful I love your colors. Mine Orca is still in pieces. It's calling me though and you've I inspired me to get to work again on it!
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    Beautiful, Kalama!! I do want to finish mine too! I'm about 1/3 the way complete--still lots to do, and have some other pressing projects I need to finish first!
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    Very nice! I like your color choices, Great job!

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    Thank you for your kind words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KalamaQuilts View Post
    Thank you for your kind words.
    let me add to the comments, simply beautiful coordinated colorful quilt. the colors are very soothing. great job!
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