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Thread: Super Bowl Sunday Mystery Quilt

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    I am still in the cutting process, but I was not aware of the Mystery Quilt until this morning. I have all the instructions printed out and will finish someday. Looking forward to seeing what every one comes up with. I have only been able to get back on the board in the last 3 days, don't know what happened but it loads now. I am so glad as I have missed everyone here.
    granna of 5

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    Mom is keeping up with us - she is on Step 4 - I am about to go on to step 5 - I think maybe space the first couple steps 90 minutes apart next time depending on what is involved this step went fast - I can't believe others missed the posting we have been chatting it up since right after New Years
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    Welcome back Granna
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    Thanks Sharon b.
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    On clue 4 after the blocks are sewn - do we just cut them in half ? or does that come later
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    OOOPPPSSS sorry just found the second page
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b View Post
    OOOPPPSSS sorry just found the second page
    Don't scare me like that! WHeeww, glad you found the second page!

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    I am going to assume that all is well. I will be gone downstairs fixing super bowl Sunday dinner as the game starts here in one hour... I may skip it and start on a new baby quilt.. one never knows what is next in my world.

    Thanks for playing along everybody!


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    Here is mine laid out- wish the colors were more true ....Name:  P1220013.JPG
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    Moms laid out Name:  P1220017.JPG
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    sharon b Those are gorgeous!
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    Susan, I am now on Clue #5, the Assembly. The original instructions said to make 6 block number 2s. Your labeled items says 2. When I look at the layout diagram I see 6 Block 2s. Also I cannot find the original cutting instructions for the 6 1/2" and 12 1/2 inch squares for the triangles. Did I miss something?
    Sweet Caroline

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    Caroline you do need 6 of the #2 blocks and the triangles were in the original cutting instructions
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    Celeste- Thank You we have one more to go and she is laying it out right now
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    Sharon those are beautiful. Fabriclovr you must be so proud. I will test for you anytime!
    Happy Quilting.

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    And the final one Name:  P1220028.JPG
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    Fabriclovr- THANK YOU - we are having a blast
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    Thanks Susan. I am cutting the triangles now. Attached it the block layout less the triangles.
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    Sweet Caroline

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    Caroline we all love yours Keep going you are into the home stretch
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    Those are wonderful. I have saved all the instructions. I am glad that I didn't try this one today. I have been feeling blah all day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b View Post
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    The layout is wrong on this quilt. She needs to switch places with blocks 3 & 4 and the colors will flow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caroline S View Post
    Susan, I am now on Clue #5, the Assembly. The original instructions said to make 6 block number 2s. Your labeled items says 2. When I look at the layout diagram I see 6 Block 2s. Also I cannot find the original cutting instructions for the 6 1/2" and 12 1/2 inch squares for the triangles. Did I miss something?
    I think you missed something. There are 6 side triangles cut out of background fabric. To get those the directions say:
    Cut 1 Strip 12 x WOF
    Sub cut 2 – 12 x 12 squares
    Sub cut these in half on the diagonal both ways. This will give you 8 total triangles, we will be using 6 These are for the side triangles. I think the sub cut is the step you may have missed. the next step was to cut 2 6 1/2 squares from the remaining fabric and then cut them on the diagonal. That will give you 4 smaller triangles for the corners

    You do need to make 6 block #2 and I see where your confusion is. You are supposed to label each set of blocks, no matter how many you make of that block, with the block number. So block #1 will have a label on each that say "block 1" Block #2 will have a label on all 6 that say Block 2 and so on.

    Does that make since?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b View Post
    My sisters
    I like the light and dark! Nice job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b View Post
    Here is mine laid out- wish the colors were more true ....
    Sharon, I have to say that I am pleasantly surprised! When I first saw your color choices, I was not sure how the print would read, but it turned out very nice!

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