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Thread: My Christmas mystery quilt!!

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    My Christmas mystery quilt!!

    This is a quilt I made as a mystery with my sewing classes (I teach four a week). I'll add different ones as I find the pictures!!
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    I want to be in your classes......what fun The Christmas Quilts are darling.....I love the smiles on the quilters faces.

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    Beautiful Christmas tree quilts!
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    Great quilts it always amazes me how when you change the fabic the quilt looks so different. Great job love them
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    You are a great teacher. They all came out great.
    Jojos Nana, Carol

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    You are an excellant teacher, all the quilts came out lovely!!
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    Great idea....they are all beautiful!
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    Very good. I think you must be a good teacher.

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    How fun. I love to see all the interpretations with different fabric choices. I imagine your classes are great fun. Thank you for sharing.
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    Great pic...wish I could be in your class, too.

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    great job by the quilters!!!! you must be a good teacher
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    Beautiful ladies, and beautiful quilts. am jealous!!!!
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    Fabulous quilts!! Great job Rebecca!!! Love them!!
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    How fun all of the quilts came out. I love christmas fabrics and themes so much.
    It would be fun to take a class like this one.

    I think it is cute everyone has a head showing except the little gal hiding behind her quilt.
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    Love them all. So pretty.

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    Those are really pretty! I'd love to be in a class too!!
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    Very nice...thanks for sharing..
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    More Christmas trees....

    Here is another.
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    They are adorable! Each one of them is so pretty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGarnet222 View Post
    How fun all of the quilts came out. I love christmas fabrics and themes so much.
    It would be fun to take a class like this one.

    I think it is cute everyone has a head showing except the little gal hiding behind her quilt.
    RedGarnet - the lady hiding is so funny - she heard the other gals saying I was posting pictures on my website and she didn't want her picture 'on the internet!!!'

    I drew up the design last summer and worked on it with them for 9 weeks, they were mostly finished for early December. As I ran this as a mystery - they didn't know what it was until about week 6 when a few started to get an idea!! All I told them was to get green fabric and 'a contrast of thier own choice' I did tell them it was a Christmas project (although lots of them claim not to have heard me say that!!!)

    It was a lot of fun to do and I agree with many of you - the differneces in fabric choice were amazing! ESPECIALLY when you realise we only have one LQS and most of the them went there!!!

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    I really like how all the different quilts turned out. Each one is very special.

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    all different and all nice

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    Love the happy quilters and the happy trees!!! Nice project.
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    Great Pics--beautiful results--good teacher..
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    That looks like a lot of fun!
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