Mystery Monday: #1, Part 3

We are up to part three of our four part series for this Mystery Quilt. This is a big one, you’ll be making EIGHT of the blocks from Part Two. Click HERE to get the instructions to make this block – and you’ll need eight of them. The picture below shows two.

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Part One can be found HERE.
Part Two can be found HERE.

Here are some pictures showing the creation of these 8 Part Two, Block C pieces, if you don’t wish to click back to the previous post.

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As we work on this Mystery Quilt, I am learning a ton of new information and enjoying myself immensely. I know that you may get frustrated as I change things during the middle of the quilt; however, I find it amazing that I keep learning more and more. I appreciate those that are sticking with me and not faltering because I am learning.

I do have another Mystery Quilt planned and, as we are doing this Mystery Spring Quilt, I am learning enough to not make as many mistakes on the next one I do. It will be patriotic themed, 12 weeks long and we’ll have a great quilt for the summer and, specifically, for July. With everything I am learning now, the next should go a lot smoother. I believe I have the fabric requirements correct for the next one we do and I’ll post them next week – the last week of this quilt top. I will use this next week to double-check my math and instructions before committing!

Thank you for your continued participation and, get ready! We’re in the final stages of this beautiful spring quilt!

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