One of my favorite websites for scrappy quilting inspiration is Bonnie Hunter's Quiltville.
If you haven't ever visited her site, definitely take some time to check it out. There is A LOT there. It will take you a while. So definitely go grab a cuppa before you head over.
Bonnie just released her introduction today for her latest Quiltville Mystery quilt: En Provence.
This quilt will finish at 87" by 87", so it'll be a nice project to use up lots of scraps.
Bonnie chose some colors and shared some Sherwin Williams paint color names that are a lot of fun:
Impulsive Purple-a dark purple for depth.
Garden Spot-a grassy/avocado green.
Afternoon-a sunny yellow that contrasts the grassy green.
Hibiscus-a nice intense magenta, which will be used for the constant color throughout the quilt.
These colors are some of my favorites. So while I already have too many projects going, I might just have to join in this one!
The colors in this quilt remind me a lot of going to the Lavender Festival in Sequim, Washington.
I have many pictures from Sequim and the Lavender Festival that are in the same color palette, so just for fun, I'll share a few!
Some of the pictures aren't so sharp. I'm in need of a new camera, still.
But that is neither here nor there.
Do you like quilting along with mystery quilts?
Are you going to work on Bonnie's mystery quilt, En Provence?