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Mystery Quilt 2024 - Week 6

For the last few weeks we have been wondering around; hiking and climbing,

looking at the sun and getting lost in the nature of scraps.

I am sew thankful to have gone on this adventure with you!

Are you ready to unveil our mystery?

Set your eyes on the sunset of scraps, the bubblegum pinks, and the sunset clouds!

Below is all the information you need to prepare and cut your fabric for this week.

I will be using the Sunset Pink, Snowcap White and River Blue rolls.

But do not worry if you are not using these bundles,

I would love to still inspire you every week.

For Week 6, you will need:

(These notions are just my recommendations)


Sew Daisy Fabric Markers (Use fabric markers to stay organized)

• Creative Gird Ruler: 4½" x 12½"

• Aurifil Thread – 2370 recommended

Edyta’s Tip: Always have a stash of fresh blades for your rotary and remember to change yours often. for the cleanest cuts.

Check out our Mystery Quilt 2024 Sewing Basket on the website for all your quilting needs!

Let's watch the sunset together!

The Sunset

9½" x 58½" unfinished

Note from Edyta: Feel free to use the image above for fabric placement inspiration!

Cutting Directions:

Cut in a variety of sunset colors:

  13 A - 2" light squares

  52 B - half-square triangles cut from 26 squares 2" in blue

   2 C - 3½" x 11" rectangles

   2 D - 3½" x 9" rectangles

   2 E - 3½" x 11½" rectangles

   1 F - 3½" x 6½" rectangle

  1 G - 3½" x 8½" rectangle

  1 H- 3½" x 12½" rectangle

  2 I - 3½" x 9½" rectangles

  1 J - 3½" x 15½" rectangle

  1 K - 3½" x 10" rectangle

  1 L - 3½" x 7" rectangle

For tips on this block, watch our Week 6 Tutorial Video.

Block Assembly

To make a cloud unit, select four B 2" half-square triangles and one A - 2" square.

Place triangles right sides together with the square on opposite sides and sew together as shown above.

Sew the remaining two triangles and press. Make 13 cloud units.

Arrange cloud and sunset strips into 3 rows as shown above.

(4 clouds top and middle row and 5 clouds bottom row)

Sew into rows and press towards the strips.

Sew rows together and press.

I'm on cloud nine! We just finished our final row. Now let's put our quilt top together!

Quilt Top Assembly

Arrange all your rows as shown above.

Sew rows together and press.

Quilt size is 58½" x 68"

What a wonderful keepsake from our travels together! Let this quilt be a reminder to you of all that is simply beautiful in life. I cannot thank you enough for going on this wonderful journey with me.

I will cherish this quilt and our adventure forever.

Now all we have to do is add our binding as shown above in the picture!

I am using fabric A-606-N.

Click here to download a PDF copy of Mystery Quilt 2024 - Week 6.

Happy Quilting!


Please remember to share your progress photos to Instagram and Facebook!

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Snifffff, je suis arrivée trop tard , je n'ai pas pu m'enregistrer la dernière semaine :(



Thank you! This is amazing :) Appreciate your sharing it with us.



Thanks so much for this Mystery Quilt, it is so fun and can't wait to make it. I have been away so haven't been able to start yet. Will be great to use some of my stash for this one. Thank you again, love your inspiration. 😍


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Loved making this quilt! I live on the front range of Colorado with views of the mountains, in a Ponderosa pine forest and a house on the plains with surrounding acreage. I’m binding the quilt today to hang in time for a gathering of friends this weekend. Can’t wait!


pourriez-vous m’envoyer la dernière semaine ?



Love this quilt. Slight problem, you have rows 2 and 3 in the wrong order. Pine trees come before the cabins. That is if you are following your original order.

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