Mysteries Down Under is my first mystery quilt and it started on 19 August.
I won’t reveal the full quilt until the end so the mystery remains throughout the project.
The tutorials for this quilt will be released over the next few weeks. The tutorials can be used to make the quilt but can be used independently as well.
I’ve used a number of techniques in the tutorials. If you find some techniques too hard you can always replace the block with another 6″ block from the quilt.
Sill level: confident beginner.
Blocks: 42 blocks (5 x 7 plus a 5″ border).
Finished block size: 6″ x 6″.
Quilt size: 53″ x 60″.
Approximate fabric needs for colour coded quilts based on a useable width of fabric of 40″ – 42″:
- Background fabric: 3 yards
- Colour 1 (pink): 1 yard
- Colour 2 (acqua): 1 yard
- Colour 2A (lighter acqua): 1/8 yard
- Colour 3 (navy): 1/2 yard
- Colour 4 (medium blue 1): 5/8 yard
- Colour 5 (yellow): 1/8 yard
- Colour 6 (burgundy): 1/4 yard
- Colour 7 (green): 3/8 yard
- Colour 8 (teal): 1/8 yard
- Colour 9 (admiral blue): 1/4
If you make your quilt scrappy like me you don’t need to worry about fabric needs.
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