Photos – 2011 Jelly Roll Mystery

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Mystery Quilt Tops from the Online Mystery

Pat V.  from Snohomish, WA

Pat Vetterlein

From Diane, Cherise, Margaret and Laurie

Diane Cherese Margaret Laurie

Vicki in NH

Diane R. – Civil War Reproduction Fabrics with a yellow background.

Mystery Quilt tops made at a recent retreat with my guild.

Mine is the Hawaiian print, My friend Cathy G. made this same Hawaiian quilt(not pictued).  Black background – Darlene Mc.  Blue background – Jean R.   White Background – Carol T.


19 responses to “Photos – 2011 Jelly Roll Mystery

  1. On holiday at the moment with my family in Canberra, so have downloaded all the information for when I get back home early december. Though come to think of it – I shall have to hit the ground running to get ready for Christmas! Maybe a new year project. Thanks for the instructions – wonderfully clear. am so glad I found your site.

  2. So sorry I missed it. We loss our 10 y.o. Schnauser on Saturday and our best friend’s dog passed away Sunday. My mind was elsewhere.

    Looks like you all had fun, though! Love seeing the samples.

  3. Thank you for sharing this beautiful pattern. I have saved all of the clues and hope to work on the mystery after the holidays. The pictures of the completed quilts are beautiful and amazingly different from each other.

  4. Thank you! I have saved all the clues as well and will be making it in turquoise and brown for my new granddaughter.
    Mary Ellen

  5. Almost have mine done. First time to be with this lady on the mystery quilts. Loved her directions. Easy to understand and Yes I will make it again. I can just think of all the color combination that might work.

  6. They are all very nice. I like the ones with the colored background. I have my fabric cut, but did not get a chance to sew yesterday. Hopefully today.

  7. Very pretty = and easy. They are all so pretty in the variety of colors. I’m thinking some Christmas fabrics collected the past few years may have a new home coming up .. and some juvenile/novelty prints. I, too, am a bit tired of the same-o ideas for quick blocks for charity quilts – this would be fun as well as interesting.
    Thanks for the always fresh ideas.

  8. They all look great. Couldn’t join you this weekend but will make later.
    Fun to see all the different backgrounds.

  9. I have saved all the clues. I love the design of the quilt. I will get it made after Thanksgiving or Christmas. Thanks for doing this.

  10. Love the design, have it printed, would it be suitable for a scrap quilt–I make charity quilts, using donated fabrics to fill out my own supply. I could coordinate colors, but not similar fabrics. I firmly believe charity quilts should be as pretty as I can make them, and am down right tired of string quilts and log cabin variations. Thank you, Gail Steffen

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