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Thursday, May 14, 2015

News


  Our next meeting is May 27, at Jerri's.  

The next two steps of the Mystery Quilt are on the blog.

Show and Tell


Carol shared this gorgeous star top she finished.  It was a class at the quilt shop.


Jerri's almost finished hand quilting this beautiful Courthouse Steps Quilt


Here's her lovely quilting


Mary hand stitched this incredible rendezvous shirt.


Kathy brought this cool scarf that turns into a shawl



So pretty!


Janice made these darling dolls.
They each had surgery and they look great.
She's going to back it with the cute fabric on the left.


Here are the three Mystery Quilts done through the first 2 steps.
From left to right:  Melba, Kathy and Sue


And finally the  FABRIC we talked about.  Thanks everyone for letting me share some of my "intensely private textile collection"!







Thursday, May 7, 2015

Clue 3 


 1.  Gather 20 of the completed four-patch units and the twenty 6 1/2" x 6 1/2" feature squares.  2.  Sew these together as shown.  Pay close attention to this stop, making sure to position the small feature square in the Four-Patch unit against the upper-right corner of the large feature square.  Press the seam allowances toward the feature squares.  This is unit A.
Mystery Quilt

Clue 4

1.  Gather the remaining 20 Four-Patch units and the twenty 6 1/2" x 6 1/2" coordinate squares.  2.  Sew these together as shown.  Again, pay close attention, making sure to position the small coordinate square in the Four-Patch unit against the lower-left corner of the large coordinate square.  Press the seam allowances toward the feature square.  This is unit B.