Created by: Copper Top
Project

Easy Street Mystery Quilt

What are you most proud of? I am once again thrilled with the improvement in my quilting. This is the first large bed-quilt I have completed using the split top quilting as suggested in Large Quilts on a Small Machine class. I will absolutely do this again. It made rangling the quilt so much easier. Also, because it was so busy the stipple design was so easy to use. Love the finished product What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you want to make a great scrap quilt and use up lots of your stash, this is the pattern. Bonnie Hunter prides herself on using scraps and this pattern delivered. I got ALL of the black and white in my quilting room used up. This was a fun Mystery Quilt.

You Can Make This

Copper Top made Easy Street Mystery Quilt with:

Quilting Big Projects on a Small Machine

Online Class

Quilting Big Projects on a Small Machine

with Ann Petersen

  • Easy Street is a Quiltville Mystery Quilt by Bonnie K. Hunter. 100% cotton fabric
  • batting and backing was used. Because this quilt was made completely from my scraps
  • I don't have any yardage information.

Project Description

What are you most proud of? I am once again thrilled with the improvement in my quilting. This is the first large bed-quilt I have completed using the split top quilting as suggested in Large Quilts on a Small Machine class. I will absolutely do this again. It made rangling the quilt so much easier. Also, because it was so busy the stipple design was so easy to use. Love the finished product What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you want to make a great scrap quilt and use up lots of your stash, this is the pattern. Bonnie Hunter prides herself on using scraps and this pattern delivered. I got ALL of the black and white in my quilting room used up. This was a fun Mystery Quilt.

Q&A with Copper Top

Ann Petersen asked:
Very fun quilt - Bonnie Hunter is certainly the queen of scrap quilts and you did such a nice job on this one. And I think the quilting is perfect for this busy quilt - Good job!!
Copper Top answered:
Thanks, Ann. LOVED the split top quilting. If you look at the back, I quilted three different sections and then put them together.
Meredith K asked:
Wow what a spectacular quilt!!! This is amazing!!
Copper Top answered:
Thank you. I am very proud od the finished product.