The day after–Mystery revealed!

First of all, we had a wonderful day together in our own personal spaces–distanced quite nicely from the other quilters. Kay’s strips are behind her, reds and creams, her personal favorites.

Sally is working with a red/white/blue palate. You can never go wrong with that combination.

Cindy is working with a wide range of fabrics, currently working on 4-patches.

Tina is using Kaffe Fassett fabric along with solids. It’s going to be great!Mary’s light is green, her dark is blue. I never would have thought to combine the two as light and dark.

Judy is using batiks for her mystery quilt. Batiks always work well together.

Sylvia had a theme. Everything coordinated. Blue and green batiks, blue cutting mat, lime green scissors, cute glasses that matched. So together!

Tammy has a variety of colors that is going to make a sharp looking quilt.

Tina is serving up a delicious lunch. All pre-packaged and completely safe.

Sally’s are almost done. The blocks only need the half square triangles added to the dark wedges to make a 7 1/2″ square.

Sylvia’s batik blue/green block. Looks great!

Cindy had a yellow/red block. Nice and crisp!

Tammy’s perfect blocks with extra sharp points.

Mary’s blue/green blocks. She’s a trooper–this is her second quilt that she’s working on. She has great color sense.

Terri Whitney’s block that she did off site.

Here’s half of Patsy’s block. I love the color combination and texture of the background. Patsy, Terri and Pat worked together remotely. It’s always more fun to sew with others.

And here’s Jo’s production for the day. She was sewing solo. She explained that no interruptions and no one to talk to made the sewing very efficient. She’s thinking about finishing it today. You GO, Jo!

Here’s the back of my Mystic Maze. I used all of the leftovers for the back, a new favorite thing for me.

Mystic Maze reveal, here’s my version, made with a Harriet Hargrave line of fabrics called “softly spoken.”

OK, everyone else who did the mystery, time for you to share your blocks/quilt. Email me your photos and I’ll post them to this site.  Thanks!

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