Thursday, April 6, 2017

Mystery Clue #9

Clue #9
28 blocks (9.5 inches)
My thoughts about Clue #9 were correct: the clue used the units from clues 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7 to create a "chain block." It's my guess that this week's clue will combine clues 8 and 9 into rows to finish the quilt top. The mystery seems to be nearing the end.

Previous clues resulted in the following:

     •  Half-square triangles from Clue #1

     •  Three-patch units from Clue #2

     •  Plain Squares from Clue #3
   
     •  Two-patch units from Clue #4

     •  Three-patch units from Clue #5

     •  Nine-patch units from Clue #6 (units from clue 3, clue 5)

     •  Nine-patch units from Clue #7  (units from clue 2 and clue 5)

     •  Churn dash blocks - Clue #8 (units from clue 1 and clue 4)

     •  Chain blocks - Clue #9 - this post


9 comments:

  1. I'm sure I would be confused - lol, but this looks great. I'm curious to see the finish!!

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  2. It's definitely coming together. I like the color combination.

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  3. You are so smart Nancy!! have you thought of running a mystery yourself?

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  4. Very pretty - especially with that rich gold background. Just as you finish a mystery project I'll be starting one. Our new Saturday Sampler is a mystery. Looking forward to it.

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  5. Progress. Hum is it an Irish chain? Only time will tell. I'm thinking of doing the mystery at Meadows something or other blog that starts in July. One clue a month -- very doable for me although I'll probably get behind if I try it!

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  6. I love this color combination. Makes me think of berries at the farmer's market. random I know. I love following the clues with you.

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  7. I'm wild about these squares. I can't wait to see the finished quilt! I am just getting into quilting and learning all the things I need to know. Your quilting is amazing. I even sketch some of the squares for that moment when I say, "I wonder how I could do that."

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  8. It's looking great! I am so impressed by your precise sewing.

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