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Thread: Mystery quilt

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    Mystery quilt

    I know how helpful everyone on here is. I am looking for a mystery quilt for the presidents challenge for my guild. I need something that isn't too difficult as we have all different skill levels. I would prefer a free pattern but could also purchase something if it doesn't cost too much. Thanks for your help and Merry Christmas.

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    Contact Debbie Caffery. She has some good ones. I think that is how you spell her last name but I'm not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meanmom View Post
    I know how helpful everyone on here is. I am looking for a mystery quilt for the presidents challenge for my guild. I need something that isn't too difficult as we have all different skill levels. I would prefer a free pattern but could also purchase something if it doesn't cost too much. Thanks for your help and Merry Christmas.
    Perhaps I am misunderstanding your thread-are you just wanting a mystery quilt pattern or does it have to be about presidents? If I understand your thread it needs to be a pattern for your guild president to give out to everyone. If you are just wanting a pattern- Janet Wickell from About.com Quilting is getting ready to start her free annual mystery quilt. You might check it out. If you have trouble getting the site pm me.

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    This woman has a lot of free patterns available, and many are presented as mysteries:

    https://carterquilter.wordpress.com/
    People who start projects and never finish them are cooler
    than people who never start projects at all.


    http://quiltingquick.weebly.com/blog.html

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    Thanks Gerbie for the info on about.com http://quilting.about.com/od/Mystery...lt-Pattern.htm
    I probably shouldn't look at it though.... I'm doing Quiltville's at the moment!

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    Thanks for the info. A couple of Janet Wickell's past mysteries look interesting.

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