We had such a good time this weekend at the Mystery Quilt class...
What is the Mystery Quilt class?
I designed a pattern, and the gals in my class had NO IDEA what they were making: they were just given a list of materials to purchase (i.e., 30 "light/background" fat quarters, 15 "dark" fat quarters, 15 "medium" fat quarters).
It turned out to be a really good lesson in color-intuition, because sometimes when you see a pattern, you can't get past the colors/fabrics used on the cover.
The pattern I designed turned out to be little houses... I think they are so cute!
I think these all came out great: what do you think?
Are they not the cutest things ever?
Which ones are your favorites?
I can't decide: I like them all and they all look so different and take on different personalities depending on the fabric choices.
I love how some of them look so traditional and old-fashionedy while some of them look like Caribbean beach huts, or gnome-houses, or British town-houses, or Greek Island adobe homes, or little Christmas elf houses, and all depending on the fabric and setting choices.
And those little chimneys kill me.
Great job and a huge thank you to the wonderful group of ladies who spent this past weekend with me. What a treat to see your colorful little creations...
Thanks for going on this quilting journey with me!
I will see you all again soon,