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Mystery Quilt #1



Try something crazy and unpredictable and start a Mystery Quilt!  Each week we will add a new set of instructions for this beautiful and easy quilt pattern.  You can also purchase the Burgundy and Blush Fat Quarter bundle for those of you who don't like too many surprises!




















We are using the Fat Quarter Bundle from the Burgundy and Blush collection and a tone-on-tone cream from Moda Muslins Mates.  You can purchase the bundle here if you want to make it just like ours! Click Here to Order


Mystery Quilt #1 Instructions

Finished Size:  75" x 75",  Easily make bigger by adding more blocks or another border!
Finished Block Size:  10"

Fabric Requirements:

1 Yard Total of Assorted Burgundy Prints (4 Fat Quarters or Lots of Scraps)
1 Yard Total of Assorted Pink Prints (4 Fat Quarters or Lots of Scraps)
1 Yard Total of Assorted Cream Prints (4 Fat Quarters or Lots of Scraps)
1 1/4 Yard Total of Assorted Soft Green Prints (5 Fat Quarters or Lots of Scraps)
2 Yards Total of a Cream Tone on Tone

1 Yard Inner Border
2 Yards Outer Border
1 Yard Binding

5 Yards Backing

Part 1 - March 17, 2020

From Cream Tone on Tone Yardage:
Cut:  18 - 3" strips

From Assorted Pale Green Prints:
Cut:  24 - 3" strips if using Fat Quarters OR 12 - 3" strips if using Yardage OR 144 - 3" squares if using scraps

See you next week!





















Part 2 - March 24, 2020

Step 1:  Sew together cream and green 3" strips.  You will have extra cream strips for later on.  (If you cut your green strips from fat quarters then cut your cream strips to the same length before sewing together.  If you are using scraps, then cut your cream into 144 - 3" squares and go to step 3.)

Step 2:  Next, subcut 144 - 3" rectangles as shown in picture.

Step 3:  Then, sew together to make 72 - 4 patches.





















See you next week!


Part 3 - March 31, 2020

From Cream Tone on Tone Yardage:
Cut:  72 - 3" squares

From Assorted Burgundy Prints:
Cut:  18 - 3"
squares from each = 72 total
















See you next week!

Part 4 - Coming April 7, 2020