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Thread: Bonnie Hunter's Mystery quilt

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    Power Poster BellaBoo's Avatar
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    She is starting a new mystery quilt and I'm going through my scraps and fabrics using every shade of four colors I can find. I'm low on neutrals so I'm heading to Goodwill for men's shirts after I vote today. If you haven't made a Bonnie mystery, try it. Her quilts are designed to use up any and all scraps. With this mystery she says it's a total clean out of your scraps!


    http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2010/...l-yardage.html

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    I'm planning on doing this one, I've got tons of green and reds but will need to probably find some more pinks. Looks like fun.!

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    So, she's going to post directions on her blog over the next month? Looks fun.

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    She explains on the link I provided how her instructions will be posted Her only rule is no whining. I like that!

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    Sounds like fun!!

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    Thank you for the link for this. It sounds like it should be a fun quilt to do and rid some of the scrappy stash that's been building up and overflowing. I'm considering it too. :D

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    I always wanted to do a mystery quilt. I'm going to try this one.

    Thanks so much for the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranger
    I always wanted to do a mystery quilt. I'm going to try this one.

    Thanks so much for the link.
    Me too. I've never done one before.

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    I would love to try a mystery quilt, but this one looks too scrappy for me. I am not a big fan of scrappy quilts and I especially don't want to make one when I don't know what it is going to look like ahead of time. I think I will pass on this one.

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    I figure it's using up scraps so what difference does it make if it out of my usual range of like. At least I'll have a quilt made and not a pile of scraps and I know someone will love the finished quilt and claim it.

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