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Thread: Mystery Quilt Thread final clues, page 8, mystery 95% solved, page 9

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    ,,lll

    I screwed something up in this posting. IGNORE EVERYTHING.

    I'll be back on line tonight to fix it.

    Sorry. I'm having computer issues.

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    duplicate

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    Ignoring; check. Standing by; check check. No worries Cordelia you're doing great working out all them kinks before I try it!! LOL!

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    Everyone, I'm sorry I haven't been back. I'm having some "confused" issues with the website I've uploaded/stored the templates on. I'm not used to the site and I'm afraid I'll post the wrong thing.

    I'm going to make this real simple and post SHORT posts.

    Second Clue! LOG CABINS!

    There are many log cabins in this quilt for its design. Because they're part of the design, it's important that everyone be done exactly as shown.

    You need to make:

    Four (4) 5h" x 5w" log cabin blocks.

    They will come out perfect if you paper piece them with the template.


    (DON'T FORGET TO CHECK THE PAPER SCALING PRINT OPTION. IF IT'S SET TO SHRINK TO PRINTABLE AREA, CHANGE IT TO NONE.)

    For now, just make these or keep watching. I'll straighten out the other templates on the site and post them. (It won't be days or weeks until I do. I hope to post them later tonight.)

    Here is the link to the 5h" x 5w" paper pieced template.

    http://www.box.net/shared/88bjw8mckk

    (Your block is going to look slightly different than the EQ picture. It will look like the picture of my block that I'll post later tonight. But, don't worry about it. The EQ picture is just a guide. My blocks are already made. I just have the images uploaded yet.)

    5h" x 5w" Traditional version log cabin block.
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    5h" x 5w" Winter version log cabin
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    Quote Originally Posted by DazzleMe!
    If you don't mind I would love to try it. I have never done a mystrey quilt. It was fun watching the one everyone it with the Orange Crush quiltsville pattern.

    Let me know the details.

    Thanks,
    I had fun making that one!

    I would love to design a mystery quilt for here, but at the moment I am swamped with other things that HAVE to be be done before the end of August. Perhaps in a couple months time I might try one!

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    Whether anyone does this as a mystery quilt or not, it will be available to everyone here with my compliments for the Christmas holidays.

    The templates will be here in this thread, the pictures, and ultimately, the finished product will emerge.

    So, for those who are buried or not able to invest in it, hopefully you will still watch and like the design and save the templates and images and make it some day.

    I don't expect everybody to invest huge $$$$$ on something they haven't seen. That's why I've not done a mystery quilt before. It seems like it would be fun, but I don't want to spend money making something I have no idea if I'm going to like when I'm done.


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    Here is my 5" x 5" log cabin. There is a quarter inch seam on this and the block measures 5.5" x 5.5" now.

    You'll need four of them.

    My template isn't the easiest. But, that's how the program prints it.

    Looking at the picture of the block, mark on the BACK SIDE of the template L for light and D for dark. Your darks are on the upper right-hand side and your lights are in the lower left hand side.

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    These are the fabrics I've been using in the block from my stash.

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