It is time for the final installment of Mystery Quilt 2014! The mystery of the quilt’s design will be unveiled today. If you want to prolong the suspense, don't look past page 5 in the pattern.
Part 1 & Part 2 had lots of cutting and piecing. Part 3 has minimal cutting (only the Gs) but lots of piecing with many points to keep sharp and some diagonal lines to keep straight between blocks. Just for fun, four diagonal lines come together when blocks are joined. Sound familiar? These were skills that were addressed in the Perfect Points Sampler Quilt Along two years ago. I would recommend reviewing the Perfect Points and the Positioning Pin Tutorial on the CT website or download the PDF in the Quick Links section. The Part 3 Notes provide some additional instructional notes and photos, discussion of the secondary patterns, and images of the quilt in other colorations.
You can see photos of finished quilts (or quilt tops) by other quilt along members of the in the Discussion Forum. If you want to post your finished quilt/top photo, add the tag MQ2014 so people can also search on the main page.
Note: Completed quilts should not be posted on the group's Comment Wall in order to preserve the mystery quilt experience as long as needed for those who are still working their quilts.
Mystery Quilt 2014 - Conclusion
The last quilt along blog posting will be on Wednesday, April 9th. However, people will still be able to join and add comments/questions for many months after that.