Your Cupid's Hearts
Your Solutions to Mystery Block #72!
Peggy Rash Ann Roberts
Peggy Rash writes: Attached is my version of Mystery Block #71 . . . the heart pierced with an arrow. Plan on making this into a pillow cover which I’ll donate for an auction where the proceeds from which will go toward a program in California for disabled adults in which my niece is enrolled. Thank you once again for all the good you do and spur others to do!
Ann Roberts writes: My name is Ann. I live in Whitby, Ontario,Canada. This was an awesome mystery. Thanks. :)
Susan Shantz Karen Street
Susan Shantz writes: I enjoy making your blocks. I usually finish them for a Hospice Pillow program for our local hospital.
Karen Street writes: Finished! It was so much fun to make. Started off with suggested colors but due to the cold cold weather changed my mind. I am calling this: My ice cold heart - . Valentine's song for this year: to melt my cold cold heart. ...Yes, we are freezing like never before. It is Kentucky, come on, turn on the heat. I love cold weather. Rather, loved cold weather. Now I realize that anything below 25 degrees is just too cold for this lady here.
Thanks for hours of pleasure with your free mystery.
Jill Talkington Samantha Tipton
Jill Talkington writes: Here is my completed mystery. Cute pattern...thanks.
Samantha Tipton writes: Linda, I am very new to paper piecing and this is only my second block. I was very intrigued by this "mystery block" so I challenged myself. Here are the results...and now I know what it is, I will be doing a more valentine festive version with novelty fabrics.
Lisa Ash Laurie Ferguson
Ardiss Kunze writes: I did as our challenge at quilt club, drawing 3 crayola colors (my 3 cerise, carnation pink & glitter green). This also as a hotpad. Will brighten up the kitchen.