Mystery Quilt 2020
Updated: Jun 24, 2021
Since we will spending a little time at home over the next few weeks, I thought it would be fun to have a “MYSTERY QUILT” quilt along!
I love seeing everyone and spending time with you, since most shows and events have been postponed or cancelled this Spring, I thought this would be fun and keep us close to each other. This project is free for you to participate and can be enjoyed by any level quilter.
I have been working on this project for a while and I would love for you to join me. Let’s quilt together!
I will be showing 1 block a day for 15 days starting this Friday – March 20th. Sign up for our newsletter here to get a daily reminder in your inbox.
Each block design will be made 4 to 8 times (I will let you know for each block). We will be making a total of 100 blocks – so much fun!
Why 100? We are celebrating the 100-year anniversary of Andover, one of the most incredible fabric companies!
Speaking of fabrics, I will be making blocks using my newest fabric collection, “Super Bloom”. If you would like to make your quilt with the same fabrics as I do, we have bundles and pre-cuts for this collection available on our website.
You’ll be able to make this “MYSTERY QUILT” using 1 half yard bundle -or- 2 fat quarter bundles. If you’re planning on adding a border ( for a 70″ x 70″ quilt), 1.5 yards of A-9454-L will be perfect.
If you choose to use your own fabric stash, just follow my placement of color and your quilt will be beautiful.
I can hardly wait a whole 15 days to share this quilt with you, but the grid below is all you get to see for now!
Directions for each of the 6.5″ unfinished blocks will be available on our blog posted daily.
Make sure you keep up and save each block (a PDF will be linked). The directions will be removed from the blog at the end of our MYSTERY quilt along!
Each day I will show you where to place the block and we will fill the grid above . You will be so surprised how quickly this beautiful MYSTERY quilt grows!
In 15 days, we will have the final reveal of the whole quilt.
No time to sit back and relax, let’s get busy!
If you are planning to join us, please post pictures throughout the process and tag @laundrybasketquilts so we can stay connected along our journey! We will also be using the hashtag #mysteryquilt100 as well!
Thank you for going out a limb with me, I can’t wait to see your progress and stay in touch during these challenging times!
Visit our website for the California Pattern.
Happy Quilting Edyta