Your Solutions to Mystery
Mary Campbell Sue Brockman
Mary Campbell writes: At first I thought it was going to be a butterfly.
Then I thought it was going to be a funny face for April Fool's Day.
I didn't now what it was til I put G and H on the block.
I wish I had a stronger yellow..........but I am so happy with my block.
Sue Brockman writes: Thank you so much for this wonderfully fun treat. My neighbor told me about your site last week and I went and did the mystery block #60 and had so much fun doing it. By the way, the paint palette is beautiful and I am so looking forward to the next mystery. ...I really love paper piecing and keep trying to turn everyone I meet into a paper piecer also.
Thanks again for so much fun!
Bernadette Camus Renate Coster
Bernadette Camus writes: I send you the solution of your MB 60. I live in France. It's a pleasure to sew them
but it's the first time I send it to you.
Katherine Culbertson writes: What a pretty PAINT PALETTE! I chose a light brown for background 1 and I was concerned that the motion in the graphic lines of the fabric would be too busy or distracting from whatever it was I was making ... it ended up looking like a beautiful woodgrain. My daughter's an artist, it will be such a nice birthday gift for her.
Marilena Fiusa Marta Hegyi
Chris Gant writes: This mystery was a good one...I kept trying to turn it into a rowboat. So, I held it up for my hubby, and he told me to turn it around and, voila...it's an artist's palette.
Thanks again for a fun pattern!
Janet Morgan-Cavallaro writes: Mystery Block #60 is a painter's palette with bright splotches of paint & 2 paintbrushes. It was a challenge & had me guessing until the final arrangement.
Thanks for the fun!