Saturday, June 29, 2013

Mystery Quilts - Lots of them!

We were so excited to see all the completed mystery quilts at the Reveal Party several weeks ago - we thought you might enjoy seeing how great the pattern looked in so many different fabrics! Mystery quilts are a lot of fun because you don’t get to see the pattern up front. You begin by choosing fabrics that contrast well together and then pick up “clues” at the shop each month for piecing the quilt. In the end, you have a spectacular quilt! We have a new mystery series, “Shh, Don’t Tell”, starting in August – we’d love to have you join us for this fun adventure. Call the shop to see how easy it is!

Barbara picked patriotic colors for her throw-size version and changed the pattern slightly by adding pieced blocks in the border. The quilt is a gift for her Brother-In-Law. Go USA!

Beth used Mill Girls fabric designed by Judy Rothermel for her reproduction-style quilt.

Chris made a queen-size quilt. Love the fabric she plans to use for her border.

Doris selected a beautiful floral border and we helped her select fabrics to coordinate.
 Freda picked her own kit using some fabrics from the Hampton Farm line of fabric. We loved how the blue fabric gave the star points “zing”!

Jenny picked her own kit for her version, “Quaintly Queen”, in teals and reds.

Sylvia opted for Jo Morton fabrics and achieved an elegant reproduction look for her quilt.

Stacy found a contemporary border fabric from Moda “Salt Air” that she loved and her kit was designed around it.
Like Nancy and Tina, many of you selected fabrics from the Cinnamon Spice fabric line from Moda for a beautiful floral quilt. 

Trish selected a beautiful floral and designed her kit around it.

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