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Thread: Another MYSTERY QUILT Train Ride - our 5th trip!

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    It's been a great train ride and I've loved the journey. Cant wait till the next one, so I'm hopping aboard the 1st one Judy took us on. Here's my 3 finished tops (if I can get the photo attached...3rd time lucky?Name:  IMG_1394.JPG
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    Vicki, What a bright and cheerful runner. It reminds me of the kitchen I grew up in. And...ditto what you said to Judy.

    M-fay, I had to look long and hard to see what you did with this pattern. All the same but different. Good job!!

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    My crazy pieced border is done It was a little bit of a challenge to just wing it and make things fit. I wanted to use the QST that I did in the beginning that were the wrong size, then the second set I made were a "little" to small so I remade them a 3rd time......thus my pieced border came to be. I also decided to make one of the blocks a little different by changing the center square fabric and rearranging the blocks. I like the end results, thanks again Judy for a fun rideName:  xmas table runner.jpg
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    LAURIE ...... "When Life gives you SCRAPS, Make QUILTS"

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    All the runners are stunning, and love the creativity of some of them. You gals are so talented!
    "If they give you ruled paper, write the other way."
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    LaurieL that turned out beautiful. m-fay same blocks and so many different looks, like them all.

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    someone named Judy inspires us !

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    last time I sent this link we had fogg for a week....going to risk it again.....trying to send sunshine

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    Quote Originally Posted by paintmejudy View Post
    Sorry, made this years ago in a class and we didn't come away with a pattern. And I really don't remember how big the circles were cut for the petals - all I remember was that they were folded into quarters and gathered.
    I like it too, and wish I had written down the directions once I got home.
    This is a similar idea and I have made it in different ways, maybe you can adjust it to something you like. http://mousechirpy-polkadotpineapple...incushion.html

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    Thought I'd share a UFO I am finishing that will go with my beautiful table runner I used the same red fabric in it when I started it two years ago. This Christmas it will be on a wall........got to love finishing those UFOs.Name:  Santa UFO.jpg
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    LAURIE ...... "When Life gives you SCRAPS, Make QUILTS"

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    Just finishedthe piecing. Whoo Hooo! I changed the borders to have a bit more symmetry and added different cornerstones. It is now in the "to be quilted pile".
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    Marion...love your runners. They are all the same but put together differently they all look different. I will probably play with my other 4 to see what I can come up with when the time comes. Glad to see you're trying another of Judy's mysteries.
    LaurieL...Really like what you did with your runner & it will be wonderful with your santa wallhanging. Very cute!
    Caroline...such a nice runner you've done too!

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    Here is my finished top..I also played with the blocks and borders. Next time I make another one I will only use one print and three solids. It was fun and I got it done. #3 is still in the works.
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    Laurie ... your border is so funky! I love it!
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    Thanks Cathy, it was one of those that just kind of evolved out of the extra pieces. I had a lot of fun with it, but it was a challenge for sure.

    LAURIE ...... "When Life gives you SCRAPS, Make QUILTS"

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    I finally finished my Irish quilt top. Tomorrow I will put the back together and get it to the longarmer. I think I put 30 hours into it just for the border. Half of that just trying to figure out how to do it. LOL. Now onto the next project - a quilt for my sweet new granddaughter. She's a month old already. This mystery runner will be next after that.
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    Pam - that quilt is gorgeous! My daughter really loves the Celtic designs. I've made a couple things for her but nothing that ambitious.

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    Thanks, mom-6. It was a block exchange between several of us who went to the quilt show in Ireland last summer. My block is the center one. There will be 11 quilts from the exchange on display at the quilt show this summer. Too bad I won't see it.

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    Pam -
    That border is fantastic, well worth the 30 plus hours it took you. It really adds to the piece. Beautiful
    LAURIE ...... "When Life gives you SCRAPS, Make QUILTS"

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    What beautiful runners, I have been so busy outside with actual SUN! I haven't had time to sew much. In Washington, we take our sunny days seriously. LOL
    Everything important in my life, like naps, I learned from my dog.
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    All of the runners are beautiful. I have this bookmarked to do another time. I have way too much going on right now to start something else. I just love how different they all look using the same pattern.

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    Thanks again Judy. LOve ur train rides. Rest ,think and then do another. I will use the time in between finishing up UFOs. Waiting (im)patiently. Jolo
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    HAPPY EASTER everyone & Thank You Judy for all of these wonderful Mystery projects!!
    If you see someone without a SMILE, please give them one of yours!!

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    Happy Easter!! Just have to show everyone my little Grand Angel!
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    She is too precious..

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    Hope everyone had a happy Easter. Tomorrow I hope will be even better for me, since it's my birthday, and also I have a new machine coming to finish all those quilts that need quilting! While on the Craftsy cruise last week, I bought one of the machines we used in class, namely a Janome Horizon MC 8900 QCP. Hoping it arrives tomorrow! I've finished the top of the table runner, and am about to sandwich it, using fabric D for the backing (I had plenty left over).

    There was a bit of a problem when attaching the long side pieces, as they were about an inch short! I solved the problem by using a left over CD combos on one end of each piece. I'll post pics when I get the entire piece finished.
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