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Thread: Scrappy 9-Patch quilts from the mystery quilt

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    Scrappy 9-Patch quilts from the mystery quilt

    We have had a blast on this scrappy mystery quilt. Click here if you haven't visited the thread.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/blocks-...e-t209515.html
    Today is the posting of the final clue, and we are going to post pictures of our quilts here, in this new thread. So, come back soon and take a look. All the quilts are so different, and all are beautiful!

    Here is the small quilt I made for a little girl, and the king size I made for myself.
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    "If they give you ruled paper, write the other way."
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    Great quilts!

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    Thank you, Judy, for conducting this train trip - I LOVE my quilt! Now just to get it quilted! I'm thinking stars in the nine patch blocks and a quarter inch echo of the stars. But, here's my top!
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    We are here to learn how to live in heaven - I'm still learning.

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    both are nicely done
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    Love the nine patch. Great job!
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    OK, this is absolutely beautiful and I do wish I had gotten onto the train ride. I read the first page of the instructions and wondered where the rest of the instructions would be and then I noticed that thread had 65 pages. So I am thinking that the rest of the instructions are in that thread, right ? I love this quilt and I do plan on making it. As I am looking at the bottom of the King Size quilt, I noticed you had one HST at the bottom. Was this a fluke ? Whatever, I love this quilt.

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    Nice scrappy....

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    thanks judy
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    clues are post #1, #351, #634 with pictures of WIP along the way.......total fun !

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    Thank you!

    You saw the first clue when you clicked on the link, then the second clue is #351 - depending on how many pages you have your thread set to, will depend on what page it is on, and the last clue was this morning.

    Yes, the HST was a fluke - shouldn't have been at the edge like that, I completely missed it. I throw any leftover blocks that have been cut to 4-1/2" into the box, and I used a few of them in the quilts. And I did this the "paper bag method"- reach in a grab a block!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wanabee Quiltin View Post
    OK, this is absolutely beautiful and I do wish I had gotten onto the train ride. I read the first page of the instructions and wondered where the rest of the instructions would be and then I noticed that thread had 65 pages. So I am thinking that the rest of the instructions are in that thread, right ? I love this quilt and I do plan on making it. As I am looking at the bottom of the King Size quilt, I noticed you had one HST at the bottom. Was this a fluke ? Whatever, I love this quilt.
    "If they give you ruled paper, write the other way."
    Juan Ramon Jimenez 1881-1958

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    Ok, sunlite, I was typing along with you! How's your quilt coming along?

    heylillian, love it. Looks so pretty.
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    Love your quilts!

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    What lively, colorful, and fun quilts!
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    Here is mine I made with kids fabric for Project Linus. It turned out so cute. Thank you Judy.
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    These are all terrific - and it's so much fun to see the variations of the quilt that you all came up with using your own unique fabric choices! Thanks for sharing the results!
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    You[re welcome, Florence. Love the way your's turned out.
    "If they give you ruled paper, write the other way."
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    Love the King with multi/scrappy stars. I am along for the ride this time and enjoying the view!

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    very nice quilts!!!!!
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    This was my first mystery train and I had a great time, I can't wait for the next one.
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    Mary Sue, your quilt is a winner. Love the dark blue against the white.

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    They all are wonderful. Great job everyone.

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    masufa, that is lovely, just beautiful.
    "If they give you ruled paper, write the other way."
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    My completed scrappy 9 patch I am warming up to scrappy!

    Thank you Judy once again you provided us with a awesome pattern and a fun train ride.
    So engineer Judy enjoy your vacation in warm sunny Costa Rica
    ​Christine

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    I love all of them I have seen so far. Great job to all of you can't wait to see more photos
    ​Christine

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    The stars make the quilts so very special!
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