Mystery Quilt

Posted on October 11th, by Amy in work in progress. 18 comments

Hi there!  I hope you had a great weekend.  I did!

Friday night I participated in a Mystery Quilt class, we had a cutting list and a 10pm start time.  Armed with Fandango, snacks and a frappuccino, we got started and sewed all night long!  I shared a table with Natalia, and had a lot of fun.

This is my quilt in pieces…I had to head for home around 4 (yes 4 am!)  I couldn’t keep going.  But it’s all ready to be put into a top – which I plan to do this week!  Look for a post soon.

You can see the complete top on Natalia’s blog too!

Blogger’s Quilt Festival is just 3 weeks away…I’m hoping to have a button for you really soon.


18 thoughts on “Mystery Quilt

  1. 1
    Suzanne says:

    I have never done an organized all-nighter but have had my fair share late night quilt nights. It’s amazing how different your quilt top (based on your blocks) and Natalia’s are. Very cool!

  2. 2

    Between yours and Natalia’s posts, I can tell that was one fun event. I don’t know if I have the fortitude to stay awake. Did you guy get kinda punchy at the end of the session? I would have been crazy silly…LOL

    I literally finished my very first frappucino just minutes ago. A friend gave me one (vanilla). Those can be addicting!

  3. 3

    I read about this on Natalia’s blog. It sounds like it was a blast! And I love your Fandango squares!

  4. 4
    Beth says:

    Sounds like a ton of fun! Can’t wait to see your top pieced together. Saw you working hard on it on Natalia’s blog :)
    Have a joyous day!

  5. 5
    Terri says:

    What a fun evening! And I love your blocks. Those colors are gorgeous, especially with the blue corners.

  6. 6

    What a lovely idea! I would love to pull an “all-nighter” like that.

  7. 7

    I LOVE mystery quilts. So much fun. And sew-ins with your friends. And BQF, three weeks? Eek!

  8. 8
    Natalia says:

    Can’t wait to see it all finished!!!! :)

  9. 9

    That’s in sane girl! I poop out by midnight these days :) But the squares look fantastic!!

  10. 10

    Wowsers! An all nighter sewing class?? I’d be making mistakes from tiredness by about 9.30pm!! ;) Looks good… can’t wait to see it all together!! Well done!!

  11. 11
    aunt spicy says:

    What a super fun idea! The quilt colors look really fun!

  12. 12
    Allie says:

    Now that sounds like a lot of fun, Amy, and pretty much my normal hours, lol! Love what you’ve got so far!

  13. 13
    Leah says:

    Sounds like a great night. What an interesting class

  14. 14
    vicki says:

    Fun! Your blocks look great, can’t wait to see the quilt top!

  15. 15
    Tove says:

    Very pretty so far, can’t wait to see the end result.

  16. 16
    Jennwith4 says:

    Wow how fun! I just ordered some fandango to use in a quilt swap. Looking forward to getting it!

  17. 17
    Linda says:

    OMG! If I didn’t start sewing until 10 at night, no telling what I would end up with. No matter how many of you there were, nobody would have been able to keep me awake. Believe me when I say, that the noisier a room is, the easier it is for me to sleep! (I’ve been known to fall asleep at Nascar races – lol! TMI!!)

  18. 18
    Gex says:

    I relaly like these colors. Who is getting this quilt -will you hang it or will it adorn someones bed?

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