Mystery Quilt Introduction

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Hello Quilters!!

Are you ready? Do you know how a Mystery Quilt works? I’m sure there are some out there who do not know how it works, so I’m going to explain it today. We won’t start it today, this will just add to the anticipation :).

Introduction

The finished quilt will remain a mystery until you are ready to assemble. The quilt size will be 24″ X 34″ before you add borders. No two quilts will look the same. You can make your quilt look “scrappy” by choosing many different colors. If you do not want a “Scrappy” look, you can match a certain decor or season by using a few coordinating color fabrics.

You will get the instructions for the quilt  in progressive steps. In other words, I’ll post the instruction one step at the time. I’ll give you time in between to accomplish each step. By the time we get to the “reveal”, you will have all the pieces (blocks) ready to assemble. At that time, you will get a diagram to assemble all the pieces, thus, seeing what the quilt looks like. OH MY!! WHAT FUN THIS IS!

So my suggestion now is, if you haven’t subscribed to my Blog, you need to go to the “Subscribe Today” and sign up to get emails from me when I post an article. Time is of the essence, You know! Also,  As Always, Love you!

Did You Know?  That God really does answer prayer. Yesterday, I was really worried and weak and I ask God to help me through my problem.  Today (early about 5:30 am) as I was reading my daily Bible time, I was in 2 Samuel 20:22 and my reference Bible said to read next  Psalm 27 .

My Bible quote for this post: Psalm 27:14  “Wait on the LORD: be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the LORD”.   PRAYER ANSWERED!

 

 

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7 Responses to “Mystery Quilt Introduction”

  1. Judi Archibald says:

    God is so good. Sewing and Bible verses. He gives more than abundantly.

  2. Judi Archibald says:

    Jane, I will have a picture to you in a couple of days. I’d like to do a quilt with some of our Australia pictures.

  3. Jane Cook says:

    Judi, email us the photo to bcook@beejaysdesigns.com. This is Bobby’s email.

  4. Madalyn Hardgrave says:

    I am ready to start the mystery quilt! This will be such fun!

  5. Remember that light or background fabric in a quilt can be something other than white or cream colored fabric.

    • Jane Cook says:

      Thanks Roberto, The background fabric in my example above is tone on tone and I quite agree that it does not have to be white or cream. light value can be any color. It’s all about value, not color! :) As Always, Love Jane

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