Your Pumpkin Pies
Your Solutions to Mystery
Karin Street Peggy Rash
Karin writes: Fat free, gluten free and lasting! Enjoyed doing it. Thank you.
Peggy writes: Have gotten busy with all the holiday plans that I forgot to send my version of the recent mystery quilt! I still haven’t finished the project, but I had to take the picture right away and send it off to a few friends because it really looked real! Indeed, the slice of pumpkin pie with a dollop of whipped cream and the fork and napkin to boot is timely and an unexpected delight. It allows me to enjoy a treat without all the calories!! Among the things for which I am giving thanks this year is definitely you!! Hope you and yours have a delightful holiday and deserved break.
Liz T. writes: I see. It isn't a hill covered with snow, it is a slice of cake with cream and a fork. Thank you very much.
Jewel Jennifer B.
Jewel writes: Hi, here is my version of mystery Pattern # 70. Sorry i missed last months pattern..Hope you like this one...
Jennifer writes: This is my first time participating in one of your mystery blocks. I've been paper piecing for a few years and really enjoy this technique!
This month's block came together wonderfully and will be a great addition to the holiday table. I think I'll display it using a little table stand.
I added a little hand embroidery to the bottom border before doing some free-motion quilting on my domestic sewing machine.
I hope you enjoy my finished solution!
Márta Heygi Grace Hansen
Márta writes: A finom tortaszelet.
Grace writes: From a pumpkin to a pie--yummy!