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

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    I do enjoy working on projects here at the forum with you folks. I've never done a mystery quilt and it would be fun!

    We can sort of draw straws to see who makes the design and instructions. The design can either be created or a person can just use a pattern from a quilt magazine and keep it secret so it's a mystery to the rest of the folks.


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    I would be interested! I have not tried one yet, but am very anxious to try!


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    Cool! I sort of have one in mind for Christmas. I've got the pattern and instructions if anyone wants to leave it to me ...

    We'd be using Christmas colors.


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    That sounds wonderful. I was just going to find something that I could start for a christmas quilt!

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    I've always wanted to do a Christmas quilt. I'm doing my very first Mystery Quilt now, but it'll be done by September. Who am I to say I can't work on more than one project!

    Sign me up girls!

    Melissa

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    Mystery quilts are fun but I don't like one that is drawn out too long. Too easy to loose interest. This would be a good time to start a Christmas one so I say go for it.

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    I would be willing to do it and as far as I am concerned Cordelia can design it! Have lots of Christmas fabrics - smaller pieces, but can always buy more!!!!!! Got a new Christmas piece in the mail just the other day!!

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    I hate to do it ... but i have to open the trunk of my Quilt Police cruiser and pull out the wet blanket. :?

    maybe ...

    you can't use a commercially produced pattern unless you get written permission from the creator and/or magazine in which it was published.

    otherwise ... as long as the pattern and instructions are entirely "home grown" ... have Sherlock grab Watson to get the game afoot. :P

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    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,


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    If we would have some time, not one of those that you have about a week to do from start to finish, I would be intrested.

    Debbie

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