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Mystery Quilt - BLOCK BUFFET

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Mystery Quilt - BLOCK BUFFET

Welcome to the Block Buffet Mystery Quilt group! This mystery quilt pattern was published at www.QuiltViews.com in six weekly installments. Your ideas, suggestions, progress reports for this mystery project, or photos of your completed Block Buffet quilts are welcome here. (Personal messages not related to the mystery quilt may be posted on each quilter’s home page.) We hope you will share and enjoy!

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Latest Activity: Feb 3, 2018


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Trail to Paducah mystery quilt

Started by Pat Seager. Last reply by Chef Lisa Jan 19, 2013. 3 Replies

Did anyone else make the above named quilt, published in American Quilter in 2008-09?  I love this quilt and have high hopes for this mystery too.

Links to the Clues

Started by Jeanne Jordan. Last reply by Chef Lisa Jan 12, 2013. 6 Replies

This might help us!1.     http://www.quiltviews.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/hahn_pt1.pdf2.     …Continue

mystery quilt

Started by Sharon Morgan. Last reply by Carol Yonts Nov 8, 2011. 4 Replies

This is my first mystery quilt and I am pretty excited. I am going to have a hard time waiting for monday to come around to get the next part.

Mystery Quilt

Started by Barb Batchelder. Last reply by Barb Batchelder Oct 20, 2011. 2 Replies

This is my first mystery quilt and I am very excited.  I can't wait to go pick the fabric and start cutting.  Can't wait for Monday.  Linda Hahn is going to be a guest at our State Quilt show in…Continue

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Comment by Jean Condon on March 2, 2014 at 3:04pm
Inviting all my quilty friends to join me for an exciting fun filled weekend.  I'll save you a spot!  I'm baking brownies.
Mystery Quilt Retreat - March 28-30 - Southwest Virginia 4-H Center, Abingdon, VA. Upon registration, participants will receive a supply list including fabrics to prepare for the retreat. Clues will then be revealed throughout the weekend to complete a beautiful quilt... top. Margaret Wade, a professional quilter from Greenville, Virginia will be leading the retreat. There are several registration options to choose from and a basic understanding of piecing is required. There are only 25 spaces in this retreat, so act fast! For registration info, call 276.274.2714 or email robynar@vt.edu. Margaret is pictured here with a Patchwork Plus store sample quilt that she pieced and quilted that's on display at the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival XXV in Hampton, VA this weekend.See More
Photo: Mystery Quilt Retreat - March 28-30 - SWVA 4-H Center Upon registration, participants will receive a supply list including fabrics to prepare for the retreat. Clues will then be revealed throughout the weekend to complete a beautiful quilt top. Margaret Wade, a professional quilter from Greenville, Virginia will be leading the retreat. There are several registration options to choose from and a basic understanding of piecing is required. There are only 25 spaces in this retreat, so act fast! For registration info, call 276.274.2714 or email robynar@vt.edu. Margaret is pictured here with a Patchwork Plus store sample quilt that she pieced and quilted that's on display at the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival XXV in Hampton, VA this weekend.
Comment by Caren Eicke on February 11, 2013 at 1:11am

Linda I am not a Texan yet, but may become one soon if my husband take a job he has been considering.

Comment by Eileen Caspers on January 12, 2013 at 8:37pm

I am ready for the another mystery quilt. Looking forward to it.

Comment by Rebecca Tellez on January 12, 2013 at 7:51pm

Oh goodie thank you Linda for a new mystery

Comment by patbruck on August 27, 2012 at 9:56am

Margaret,there have been no instructions yet.Christine said they would be posted in September,you will get instructions of what to do.Welcome!

Comment by Margaret Hud on August 27, 2012 at 9:36am

Never did a mystery quilt before. Not sure what to do or where to go for instructions. 

Comment by Sandi Schadt on April 14, 2012 at 6:10pm

@Debi...I did one small border on mine for that very reason.  Life has gotten in my way again and I am still trying to get to the binding.  The binding is in the same fabric as the border which also is a darker fabric that exists in the quilt.  I will get you a photo asap.

Comment by Debi Montgomery on April 13, 2012 at 9:12pm

I am going to border and get my Block Buffet ready to quilt.  I have been so busy since we worked on this that I didn't get to finish it the way I wanted. Sandi, I would love to see how you finished yours off.  I am thinking of a small dark border and maybe a pieced outer border, but don't want to distract from the beauty of the quilt.

Comment by Sandi Schadt on March 28, 2012 at 9:32pm

I finished the quilting today on my Block Buffet.  I am going to do the binding tomorrow.  Wish I could have made the contest but I am very happy that it will be done soon.  Picture when done.

Comment by Lynn Lybolt on March 21, 2012 at 10:26pm

Wow!  Lovely fabrics!  Congratulations to all.  It was a fun mystery.

 

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