Your Windmill Tulips
Your Solutions to Mystery
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Karin Street Marilyn Ridgeway
Karin Street writes: Turned the mystery block into a pillow. Thank you. I do love that pattern.
Marilyn Ridgeway writes: Had to have some help from my husband on this one to get it to go. Love the block though. I can see lots of possibilities.
Patsy Taylor writes: Thank you again for a fun mystery. I ended up making a pillow with happy easter in the center square.
Marge Reikofski Peggy Rash
Marge Reikofski writes: Here is my tuilp block mystery. I really enjoy doing your mysteries. Thank you for continuing to post them.
Peggy Rash writes: I got the “tulip wreath” mystery quilt done the day after I downloaded it and then completely forgot to send the solution and a picture of my endeavor your way! The memory is not working overtime these days!! Looking forward to when the tulip wreath goes up to mirror the tulips in my garden. Just noticed that my very early miniature iris have come into bloom, so spring cannot be too far away. Hope you are well . . . and thanks as always for this wonderful service!
Ardiss Kunze Sharon Kravat
Ardiss Kunze writes: Hi, Again you have done a great job. I feel I would like to do a runner for my coffee table. Our spring will soon be here.
Sharon Kravat writes: This is the mystery block I finished . Oh how I love it. I just started to learn paper piecing, I probably won't ever make a traditional quilt again. HAVE A GREAT DAY.
Mary Ann Kowalski
Mary Ann Kowalski writes: Mystery Adventures Block #68 turned into Spring Bloom. The A4 piece was filled with paper pieced blocks of garden themes, a butterfly, bird in flight, watering can, and a handled basket. The corner blocks in the border are Little Tulip Basket, your 2001 design.Thanks for this mystery. It was a fun way to welcome Spring 2013.
All the best to you.
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