Bonnie's colors are Green, Blue Red, Orange and whites for neutrals.
This is my visual cheat sheet. When Bonnie calls for white and red units, I make them black and purple. This chart kept me from getting confused.
Clue #1 looks like this.
Clue #2 looks like this.
Clue #3 looks like this.
Clue #4 looks like this.
This is an example of how my units will play together in a quilt.
Clue #5 looks like this.
Clue #6 looks like this.
I laid these units out pretty quickly just to get an idea of the color play. I really hope Bonnie makes the outer blocks into a ribbon border like I did here. There are exactly enough blocks to do the outer border on a 72" x 72" quilt.
Clue #7 looks like this.
This is the finished quilt pattern in her colors.
This is on the design wall to see what mine will look like.
Done with these blocks.
Done with these too.
Good Fortune hanging next to Celtic Solstice--the first mystery quilt I made.
This quilt will be given to my daughter, Lynn, who is having her bachelorette party in New Orleans later this month. It is her Good Fortune that I used Mardi Gras colors. It's not a traditional wedding quilt but I think it suits her.
Thanks, Bonnie Hunter, for another fun mystery quilt. I've been participating in the mystery fun since Celtic Solstice. So Much Fun!!!
Sasha says, "Time to walk?"
I love the black with purple dots!
Link to Last Mystery Monday Link Up.