To celebrate National Quilt Month in March, Connecting Threads will offer a Mystery Quilt 2013 Quilt Along. This is our first Mystery Quilt and promises to be lots of fun for all. We think you will enjoy making this quick and versatile, three-part pattern, suitable for beginning and experienced quilters. The catch is that you won’t know what the quilt looks like until Part 3!
The finished quilt will be a lap quilt or throw, approximately 51-1/2" x 68-1/2".
You will need an additional 3-1/4 yards for a three-pieced back.
Binding - At least 250" of a continuous strip.
This would not be a good first quilt. Having said that, it is an instructional pattern. Each section is accompanied by detailed notes and photos for each step. Some of the piecing is very easy, some requires more precise work... but Ann provides many hints to help you be successful. The quilt is for a confident beginner with experience sewing 1/4" seams.
Before you get started, please read the guidelines located in the "Discussion Forum" or by clicking on this link. The PDF downloads will be located below this discussion, scroll down to view.
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