The participants has the option to make a small table runner or they could go for a larger size quilt.
The Fabric Requirements and Clues can be found here.
The last count I had, was about 60+ ladies from my online quilting group join in on the mystery, if you would like to check out their finished product photos, join Life's A Quilt to view them.
For the fabric requirements, they were required to choose a Focus fabric, in addition to a Dark, Medium and a Light.
Clue 1 required us to make two patches out of our Lights and Darks and sew them onto a rectangle to make odd looking corner patch units.
Clue 2 had us working on our Medium fabric, cutting the pieces and sewing them to our odd looking corner patch units.
Several of my family and friends tested the pattern for me and I was forever grateful! Here are their quilts and table runners.
|Table Runner, Sandra Forsyth from Kapuskasing, Ontario Canada|
Lap Quilt, Patty Savage from Windsor, Ontario Canada
|Lap Quilt, Brenda Richardson From Cotton City, New Mexico USA|
I just love her addition of an appliqued giraffe in the bottom right corner...
Table Runners, Paco Rich from Silver City, New Mexico USA
|Table Runner, Katy Estrada from Cotton City, New Mexico USA|
|The judges at the 2017 Southern New Mexico State Fair thought it was pretty cool too...|
I was invited for a charity sew day and I wanted to donate the pattern to those who would like to donate a quilt to charity. I created a Stacked Stones Charity Quilt size pattern based of this mystery project. This quilt top measures 60" x 60". If you do wish to make this quilt top, please share a photo to LifesAQuilt.LAQ@gmail.com. Thank YOU!!!
|Who sews with their shoes on....???|