I've decided to join in doing Bonnie Hunter's new mystery quilt Orca Bay. I've put a button to take you to Bonnie's instructions in my side bar, if you'd like to join or just have a look to see what it's all about.
|Heres's the flags I was talking about!|
|Look at the circle the flags formed on the floor.|
EDIT: Lamingtons are sponge cake dipped in chocolate icing (or red jelly for the pink ones), then rolled in coconut. You can cut them in half and add jam and cream too. Mine was a bought one which was nice but nothing on the chocolate ones my Mum used to make for Birthdays etc when I was a kid.
|On the left this is what the flags make.|
Progesss! I only have to make 224 hour glass units! Can you see these rulers on the left? Bonnie recommends them for the mystery, so I decided to get them. I had to order them from Australia as I couldn't find them for sale in New Zealand at all. :-(
So far I really happy with them, but you can do the mystery without them, so don't let that put you off if you would like to join in.
OK this is what 224 little hour glass units looks like. I clipped all my dog ears off last night while watching the Leaders Debate ( New Zealand's General Election is this Saturday ). See all the dog ears filled up a cup!
The next clue of Orca Bay is out on Friday, so come and see how I'm getting on!
Use this link to check out the other people with blogs that are doing Orca Bay.