Friday, September 21, 2018

Mystery Top

Here is my finished Scrapdash mystery top.
It has a 3D centre which should have used the same fabric as the light background, but I prefer it with the gardening fabric in the centre. I'm planning to quilt it using the ideas on the mystery instructions for rolling the 3D edges.
I'm so intrigued that I can't wait to get this pin basted so I can start quilting! 
Anyone else sew this mystery project?!? It's a nice table topper or wallhanging sized quilt.

12 comments:

  1. I love it! I can see a whole quilt from these blocks, with interesting things happening with the sashings!

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  2. Very pretty, and I like your choice for the center.

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  3. I've made those 3d blocks before as flying geese. It is a fun look. Glad you chose the print for the center.

    Pat

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  4. Years ago, I made a Mexican Star 3d pattern. I've made it several times...lots of fun! I like the print in the center of your star...good choice!

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  5. Your Scrapdash top turned out lovely. The gardening themed fabric is a great choice.

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  6. I've been traveling with little to know internet at times but check in when I can - love your block!

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  7. It is very pretty, Kathy. How large did it end up being?

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  8. What a fun project. Trying new techniques is always fun. Ending up with a cute quilt is even better.

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  9. Sweet. Be sure to show us after the 3-D quilting.

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  10. A very pretty mystery finish.

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