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  • Re: Mystery Quilt Step #3- Making 4 Patch Units

    Brigit-Carol, I also have a cat who likes to help out. Only mine likes to steel my empty bobbins! Anyways, I just finished my 4 patch units in time to watch the Foot-ball games and Nascar.
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by kwag on Sun, Sep 21 2014
  • Re: Mystery Quilt Step #3- Making 4 Patch Units

    Jan, I was able to sit today and get more that I thought done. Where In Roch (NY) are you? I'm located on the East side near the Monroe County Boarder.
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by kwag on Fri, Sep 19 2014
  • Re: Mystery Quilt Step #3- Making 4 Patch Units

    I can't believe all of you that have finished the sewing! Between working and house-work, I'm about 1/3 of the way finished with the sewing. I'll just keep plugging way in-between projects. Maybe tonight I can convince DH to order dinner in so I can keep sewing.
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by kwag on Fri, Sep 19 2014
  • Re: Mystery Quilt Step #2-Making Triangle Squares

    Debbie, I love your combinations! I have 2 of those same fabrics in my scrape stash. I just didn't have enough of them. Here's my finished HST. I ran into some camera issues with my memory card- was working before I flew to Savannah, Ga. now won't store any photos????? Had to take with my phone.... Just takes a little bit longer for the
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by kwag on Fri, Sep 12 2014
  • Re: Mystery Quilt Step #2-Making Triangle Squares

    Peggy, I'm rather new at doing alot of HSTs. What is a Strip Tube Ruler? I understand it's a ruler of sorts. I just use my cutting mat and my 5" wide clear ruler.
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by kwag on Wed, Sep 10 2014
  • Re: Mystery Quilt Step #2-Making Triangle Squares

    Susie, You just made my heart leap. U was reading thru all the post and I saw yours. I then thought "did I do it wrong?" No, as you did, I checked my printed instructions. I have all 144 HST pressed. I used the 8 square method and had it all done in about 2 hours. Can't wait til next weeks instructions.
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by kwag on Wed, Sep 10 2014
  • Re: Step 1-Buying the Fabric!

    Welcome Linda. I hope you find doing a MQ fun. What's the best is that you can go at your own pace and not feel any pressure to go to the next step until you're ready. I find the Blog help-full too. It's like sewing with a group. I always like to find out where others are from. I'm from Upstate NY, While I've been waiting for the
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by kwag on Mon, Sep 8 2014
  • Re: Step 1-Buying the Fabric!

    I also do the same thing. That way if I find a pattern that's really easy and quick to do, I can do it for others. One Christmas, I made 5 quilts for nieces and friends. I also have other project that I'm working on, but I can't turn down a MQ!
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by kwag on Mon, Sep 8 2014
  • Re: Step 1-Buying the Fabric!

    Hi Rachel, Thanks for doing this MQ. I haven't done a MQ in a while, but the last one that did do was MQ7. I think one of my boys took it and I haven't seen it since( which is what usually happens to my quilts). Anyways I'm looking forward to sewing along with everyone. I was very happy to see all the photos of fabrics. My hardest part is
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #10 (Forum) by kwag on Sun, Sep 7 2014
  • Re: Fabric choice and cutting amount

    yes as you can see I'm not too good at my math skills when it comes to the quilts. I'm at the point that I was just sewing them all together. Kendall
    Posted to Mystery Quilt #7 – Nana's Surprise (Forum) by kwag on Sat, Nov 17 2012
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