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A Little Mystery.

Posted on | February 19, 2013 | 10 Comments

This little quilt top was completed recently in a mystery quilt workshop.

It is a lap quilt or throw size.

We received instructions to select 3 fabrics – light, dark and medium.  We then had to do all the cutting before class.

This made sure the top was easily completed in a day.

Definitely a great way to spend a day.

 

 

10 Responses to A Little Mystery.

  • Shez says: this is so gorgeous Karen,love the colours,what a great mystery day.xx
  • Elaine/MuddlingThrough says: What a great quilt. It's hard to believe only three fabrics could make such a stunning quilt. And so fast, too!!
  • marina says: very nice quilt. Looks a little festive?
  • Joan says: I love mystery quilts! And your so right, spending a day stitching with friends and finishing a top, is a win-win!
  • Sunnybec says: Karen that's lovely, I love anything stars! Hugs x
  • Frances M. Arnold says: Love the ribbons!! They look hard but when I break it down I can see that it is mostly in the fabric choices. Wouldn't it be fun to do a scrap quilt with lots of ribbons!!
  • sunny says: How nice! That would be pretty in Christmas colors, too. It looks like a grift all wrapped up.
  • Rachaeldaisy says: That such a great idea for the class, it's great to come out with a finished top. The pattern is wonderful and looks fabulous in the fabrics you chose.
  • Robyn G says: What a fun mystery and I love your quilt. the colours work wonderfully well together! I'm replying here to your blog comment... (still having email/internet issues)... You asked if it was hard to be doing a few projects at once... At one time I would have thought so... but now I'm thinking of them as individual art projects... and I'm not thinking towards finishes at this stage... just building blocks :D So far it's working ;) We'll see how I go in the long term... ha ha Thanks for stopping by xx
  • Anita says: What a wonderful way to spend a day. Couldn't agree with you more. Cheers, Anita.
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