Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Donations and Mysteries

Very full post--I've been procrastinating about photos!

I made a mystery quilt with Kevin the Quilter this summer.

Cherry Mash--75" x 92"

Cherry Mash (detail)

I call it Cherry Mash because the colors reminded me of the old-fashioned candy made here in Missouri.

He called it Simply Sensational Summer Scrap Quilt. Thanks, Kevin, for the fun!

I completed another three donation quilts. The agency to which I donate will be setting up their Christmas room later this week, so I'll be taking several quilts I made this year to them.

Donation Quilts (62" x 74")
All are made with 3.5" squares and these three have pieced backing and binding.

I'm also doing Bonnie Hunter's mystery, Frolic, this year. So far, we have made four-patches. As usual, I made WAY too many. I'm going to save the extras with my extras from past years. At some point, I'll combine them all and call the resulting quilt Mysterious Leftovers!

Just a few of my four-patches.

I think that is enough for now--it is the semester's end and a very busy time around here. Happy Quilting!


  1. You are so talented AND prolific! Your Cherry Mash version of the mystery quilt is spectacular....and suddenly, I have an urge for some candy! Happy Holidays!

  2. Spectacular... love the quilt you created and love the perfect name! Amazing!

  3. Mysterious Leftovers, how funny! Nice quilts.


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