YOUR MYSTERY BLOCK #97 SOLUTIONS
holiday trees, pg. 2
Lynn Acheson, Derby, UK
It’s been a while since I have done any sewing, having been mostly in knitting mode during lockdown. (My last mystery block was the 2020 logo.) Anyway I sat down at my machine today and produced this. I love it and am glad that I printed out two copies of the pattern, as it’s one that I’m likely to do again. I’m a little miffed that I have two green fabrics the same, touching on the small and medium trees, but I still love the end result! I now need to decide what I am going to do with my block. Thank you for producing this pattern.
...#2 ...Just finished a second Mystery block cushion for my daughter. Think I’ll have a rest now.
Colleen Fadool, White Lake, Michigan
Thanks for another fun mystery! I have just finished a green & white quilt for my niece, so the timing for these green scraps was perfect! ...I guess I really like this pattern! I already sent you a photo of my completed mystery block, but here it is finished into a pillow. I also made 2 others which I enlarged 20% and fussy cut Christmas motifs for the center of the trees. I made all the stars from gold lame’. The pillows are gifts for my “Breakfast Ladies” who I haven’t been able to meet with since February.
Anne Griffin, California
I loved your mystery pattern of trees! I changed up the colors a little and I hope you like it! Thank you for the wonderful pattern.
Delbra Blanton, California
I see 3 Christmas trees with lights on them. That was the hardest Mystery so far but really pretty. I love your projects. Thank you for sharing.
Marilena Fiusa, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
My block 97. Merry Christmas for You
Renate Coster, Porto Alegre, Brazil
I wish you a lot of peace.
Jane Beamish, Webster, NY
I kind of guessed what I was making, so I switched up the background color. I’m very pleased! Lovely block-- thanks for sharing your talents! ...And here it is, completely finished, with Elfred hanging on. :)
It is a trio of Christmas trees, each with a star. Thanks for another cute project!
Anita Daggett, Beaverton, Oregon
My green Christmas prints were too large so I had fun raiding my box of green scraps. ...The first easy-to-grab piece of fabric large enough for the background made me think SNOW!