2015 Spring Mystery – All Clues Available Here, View Mystery Quilt Photos

Daffodil

 

To See Photos – Click on Tab at the top of the blog that says

Photos – 2015 Spring Mystery.

Please email me photos of your mystery quilt top and I will post it also.   carterquilter@gmail.com

I like to respect everyone’s privacy so I will post your photos with your first name and your location which can be city or state or country.

Thanks to all of you who participated.  This includes those who sewed as well as those who enjoyed viewing the photos.  Cindy

 

Click HERE to Download 2015 Spring Mystery – All Clues in One Document (.pdf)

OR Download Each Clue Individually

Click Here to Download Fabric Requirements and Cutting Directions for the 2015 Spring Mystery (.PDF)

Click HERE to Download Clue #1 (.pdf)

Click HERE to Download Clue #2 (.pdf) 

Click HERE to Download Clue #3 (.pdf)

Click HERE to Download Clue #4 (.pdf) Updated 3/2/2015

Click HERE to Download Clue #5 (.pdf)

Click HERE to Download Clue #6 – The Final Clue (.pdf) Updated 3/2/2015

 

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Charmed Dutch Nine Patch Quilt

Available in Three Sizes

Lap/Baby Quilt – 41″ by 41″,  Twin – 68″ by 95″,  Full/Queen – 95″ by 95″

Scrappy and Non-Scrappy Options.  Great for Charm Packs

This quilt was donated to a cancer fund raiser.

It is backed in fleece and is very warm and cuddly.

Click HERE to Download Charmed Dutch Nine Patch free quilt pattern (.pdf)


How I Taught My Grandchildren to Quilt – Tips and a Pattern

A fun pattern and tips to introduce a child to quilting.

I helped two of my grandchildren – ages 6 and 8 – to make this quilt.

Here is how we did it.

This quilt and experience are child tested and grandmother approved.

Child Size – 58″ x 70″   (148 cm x 178 cm)

Click Here to Download Free Kids Can Quilt Pattern and Tips (.pdf)


Flowers in My Windows

Full Quilt – 98” by 98”, Twin Quilt – 77” by 98”,  Comfort Quilt – 77” by 77”

Metric – Full Quilt – 249 cm by 249 cm, Twin Quilt – 195.5 cm by 249 cm,

Comfort Quilt – 195.5 cm by 195.5 cm

This is a good pattern for Charm Packs.

This quilt was originally presented as a Mystery Quilt in 2010.

I donated this quilt to a cancer charity auction.

For those interested in the Water Lily fabric.

Flower of the Month Club – July – Water Lily #2824 by Ro Gregg for www.northcott.net

Click HERE to Download Free Pattern (.pdf)

Here is a photo of a quilt made by Betty C.  Thanks for sharing.



Flowers in My Windows – Mystery Quilt – Spring 2010

Clues will be posted here February 25 through March 5, 2010

Click HERE to Download Clue #10 – THE FINAL CLUE!
Click HERE to Download Clue #9 (.pdf)

Click HERE to Download Clue #8 (.pdf) REVISED Mar. 5, 2010
Click HERE to Download Clue #7 (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download Clue #6 (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download Clue #5 (.pdf)
Click HERE to Download Clue #4 (.pdf)

Click HERE to Download Clue #3 (.pdf)

Click HERE to Download Clue #2 (.pdf)

Click HERE to Download Clue #1 (.pdf)

Click HERE to Download Fabric Requirements Document (.pdf)

Click HERE to Download Pre-Mystery Cutting Directions Document (.pdf)


For those interested in the Water Lily fabric

This fabric is several years old.

Flower of the Month Club – July – Water Lily #2824
by Ro Gregg for www.northcott.net

This quilt pattern is available in three sizes:

Full Quilt – 98” by 98”, Twin Quilt – 77” by 98”,

Comfort Quilt – 77” by 77”

Metric – Full Quilt – 249 cm by 249 cm, Twin Quilt – 195.5 cm by 249 cm,

Comfort Quilt – 195.5 cm by 195.5 cm

This is a good pattern for Charm Packs.

I will be making all of my 5” squares from my Water Lily fabric.

My background will be scrappy neutrals. My accent will be scrappy green batiks.