Bonnie Hunter has started a Mystery Quilt on her blog called Easy Street. She evidently does one periodically and the last few years, they have been made with LOTS of pieces, but she promised an easier version this time, hence the "Easy Street" title. She has a link to people doing it on her blog and the numbers are impressive. There are lots of folks all over the world working on this, so I thought I would join the fun. However, we are already at several hundred pieces with several weeks to go, so everything is relative. My colors are similar to what she is doing, though I traded out her gray for black. I'm using turquoise, purple, and lime, as she suggested and a white background with a little multicolor in it. I didn't know what I was going to do with all the leftover Susan Branch white from EB's quilt, but now I have a lot less of it. When I saw Bonnie a few weeks ago in Ann Arbor, one of the things she said was that there weren't any ugly fabric, the pieces just weren't small enough and sure enough, if you cut it up into 2" x 2" squares, you don't see any of the pattern at all. But after this is done, I'm still building the string lonestar.