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2014 Game On! Mystery Quilt SUPPLY LIST


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From 2014! A NEW Summer Mystery from Lyn Brown! (* * * Look at our Craftsy Shop for the NEW 2015 Mystery... Solitaire! * * *) All Pieced, Lots of FUN! Here's how this works: Gather the supplies listed on the Game On Supply List. Check back at the Lyn Brown Craftsy Shop For Free Clues Starting Tuesday July 8, 2014 and every Tuesday for a total of 6 Clues. The colors used in the design sample are listed for your reference but don't let that limit you. Think about the colors you want to use for your quilt. The sample quilt is blues, greens and yellow on white. It is fresh and modern. But you could do red, blue and gold on beige for an Americana look or green, red and white on gold for Christmas. How about team/school colors? Or Halloween or Thirties or Kaffe or... You get it! Make it your own! So gather up your fabrics and check back at my Craftsy Store on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 for the first clue. There will be one clue a week (each revealed on Tuesday) with a total of six clues. At the end, the design will be revealed and your quilt will be complete! (If you have followed along!) Join us for the Game On! Summer Mystery! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY rotary cutting, piecing, quarter inch seams SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 75" X 75"

Recommended with this pattern

  • Color One Bright: (Blue in Sample) 3 Yards, Color One Dark: 1 1/2 Yards, Color Two Bright: (Green In Sample) 1 1/2 Yards, Color Two Dark: 3/4 Yard, Color Three BRIGHT: (Yellow In Sample) 1 1/2 Yards, Background: (White In Sample) 3 Yards
  • Sewing Machine, Cutting Equipment, Iron, matching thread

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Lyn Brown has been teaching quilting in Orange County, CA for more than 15 years. Her patterns are published only after being used by her classes so they are easy to follow and complete. In 2000, she joined the faculty of North Orange County Community College District. Lyn now teaches five quilting classes a week for the college district, reaching over 200 students. Her projects come fast and furious, including swaps, mysteries, reproduction, contemporary with a little bit of art thrown in. Her shop features her most popular patterns and techniques.