I really enjoyed their Christmastime mystery from last year so was eager to start their new one. Because the Fat Quarter Shop gives so much to me/all of us for free, I wanted to support their shop by buying the kit for this project. I just love these pretty fabrics that are Christmasy looking but don't scream "Christmas"!
I started cutting as soon as I received the kit in the mail. Of course I use the Alphabitties to keep all the pieces organized when I cut complex blocks. I enjoyed cutting the fabrics while I watched the tutorial, then paused the lesson while I sewed my sections together.
**Such cute little presents and very easy to construct.
This mystery is a row project, which means instead of sewing blocks or sections, we are sewing rows.Here is my design wall today. The Evergreen mystery row #1 is in the middle. The house block was made from a kit from one of the few stores I had time to visit for the July Shop Hop this year. The store (Heart 'n Home) had precut the block for us, so I couldn't resist sewing it!
And on the bottom right corner is a block for my local guild mystery. So many fun things going on, and not enough time to make much progress on anything. But the long weekend in August will bring lots of relaxation and stitching time for me.
Linking up to Design Wall Monday