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Thread: Bonnies New Mystery HERE, Starting Soon

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    This was listed in Main so thought I would list it here so everyone knows. Bonnie is starting a new mystery and I think the fabric choices are going up next week. Here is her addy. http://www.quiltville.com/

    I think that they will be doing it in Main but again not sure. If anyone knows please let us know. :D

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    Is anything going on with this fabric requirements???

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    I think I might join this one too.. hey what's another mystery!!! :)

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    Me too :!:

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    Nothing up on the site yet, except the name Tobacco Roads. Sound interesting. Love fall colors and may try this. At any rate, love watching the progress of you guys.

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    I went and read what is posted at the site. She will be listing everything pretty quickly this time as she will be busy in the fall. She states you might want to think flannel on this one and it will be throw size as for your couch. I am going to change the heading of this and makie it the Link for the Mystery. Now we have someplace to go :!: :D

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    Yea we got info on fabric requirements. :thumbup:




    Now off to check my stash :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Okay, who is joining us?

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    Step 1 is up!!!!!

    I printed it off and will get started this weekend!!!!!!!

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    Step 2 is up also!!!

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    OMG, she said it was going to go quicker then usual but boy this is FAST!

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    She has posted step 3 now tooooo.

    I haven't even got started on step 1 yet. Got to put the sewing machine in overdrive tommorrow and Monday :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by PamH
    She has posted step 3 now tooooo.

    I haven't even got started on step 1 yet. Got to put the sewing machine in overdrive tommorrow and Monday :lol: :lol:
    Wow, I think I will just get the steps and try my best to catch up. Have other things going on too. We will see. I guess my machine will be in overdrive too. :D

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    Pam I think I'm going to have to do the same thing! I didn't realize she was going to be posting them this quick this time!! I am hoping to pull my fabrics this afternoon or after supper this evening and then I will print off the steps.. not look at them and make it as I can. There are alot of squares and half triangles from what I read so far!!! I'm gonna have the machine in overdrive!!

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    OMG she is up to step 4 and I just got my 4 patches done all 182 of them. I'm done with step 1 and working on step 2. How is everyone else doing on their mystery quilt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PamH
    OMG she is up to step 4 and I just got my 4 patches done all 182 of them. I'm done with step 1 and working on step 2. How is everyone else doing on their mystery quilt?

    LOL LOL LOL You are waaaaaaaaaay ahead of me!

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    I'm almost ready for step four. I'm eager to see what Bonnie does for borders.

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    oooohhh....thats a pretty quilt pattern. I'm going to have to do this one but not until next month when I have a little more free time!

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    Does anyone have pictures to post? I looked at the first couple of steps and backed off ... too lazy for all those pieces, I guess! But I'd like to see what others have done.

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    I think I will just admire everyone elses, I'm lazy too, Can't face all the little pieces. :roll: I never finished the last one :?

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    I actually started sewing all the blocks into rows from the last mystery quilt last night. I am half way through the rows :) getting there!!

    I even started sewing it together on my new baby... I now am the proud Momma of a Singer Featherweight..oooooooooh she sews sooooooooooooo lovely!!! I hated having to go to bed last night. I wanted to sew on her more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilting Aggi
    I actually started sewing all the blocks into rows from the last mystery quilt last night. I am half way through the rows :) getting there!!

    I even started sewing it together on my new baby... I now am the proud Momma of a Singer Featherweight..oooooooooh she sews sooooooooooooo lovely!!! I hated having to go to bed last night. I wanted to sew on her more!
    Oh you lucky lucky girl. I want one someday. So I guess it really does sew as great as everyone say's. :!:

    Edited to read sew instead of so. :roll:

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    I started on this one but my pinwheels just sucked biggie time soooooo to much stress for me to enjoy it. :evil: :thumbdown:

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnaRae
    Quote Originally Posted by Quilting Aggi
    I actually started sewing all the blocks into rows from the last mystery quilt last night. I am half way through the rows :) getting there!!

    I even started sewing it together on my new baby... I now am the proud Momma of a Singer Featherweight..oooooooooh she sews sooooooooooooo lovely!!! I hated having to go to bed last night. I wanted to sew on her more!
    Oh you lucky lucky girl. I want one someday. So I guess it really does so as great as everyone say's. :!:
    Donna Rae.. my Baby is AMAZING!!! I love her!! When I got my first antique sewing machine back in July, I realized I wanted to try finding a couple more. I have been hearing about many quilters going for those little Featherweights as they are so light and very easy to take back and forth to classes.. I thought it would make for a nice addition to my new craze of antique machine collecting, not to mention finding one I could actually use and take back and forth to my classes. So while my students are sewing on their projects, I can play with my little baby! When I sat to it last night it was sooooo tiny to work on compared to my Husqvarna Platnium fancy computerized machine!!! But I adapted quite easy and quickly and fell in love!!!

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