Mystery QAL #2 Tea Flowers Update June OMG

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15 Responses

  1. Kathryn says:

    Those two fabrics are delicious and I look forward to seeing what you are making!

  2. Oh baby Grant is such a cutie! I cant wait to see your next chevron quilt with the Tea Flowers Mystery QAL fabric.
    Sue, I’m seeing way too many HSTs in that stack that warrant a full size Peppermint Patty! (miniatures wouldn’t even qualify!) 😋

  3. Patty says:

    Looking forward to seeing the quilt top. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.

  4. Susan says:

    Definitely a missed Peppermint Patty opportunity there! =) Great goal, and timely to finish it this month! I’m binding. =P

  5. martidiy says:

    I really like your chevron baby quilt, so I kind of hope that is what you are making with these. I’m glad to hear you like the Clover chalk pen. I just bought one but haven’t tried it out yet.

  6. chrisknits says:

    Well, it seems Sue is a Gem, so I think she should get a PP anyway.

  7. Lisa says:

    I got a little tired of HSTs myself with postcard from Sweden but I have done a few since myself. I’m intrigued here and I’m wondering what you will share with us.

  8. Linda P says:

    I look forward to reading your blog every morning. It’s such fun to see what you are working on and pick up tips and tricks. Love the blue chevron quilt with the chevron quilting. Of course any quilt is more striking with the happy little one on it! You can’t help but smile back at that face. Enjoy your weekend.

  9. Can’t wait to see your project with the mystery fabric!

  10. Shannon Fleming says:

    I’ll have to give the clover chalk pen a try. I seem to grab a writing pen because I’m too lazy to go get a pencil. All the while thinking it might show up if I don’t do this right!

  11. Never thought about a QAL that only gives you the fabric to use. Interesting! Will be watching 👀 what you are make with those lovely fabrics!

  12. Woo hoo! I’m so curious to see what these beautiful half square triangles finally end up as! I really love stacks of neatly cut fabric, and the tea flower fabric in your picture looks beautiful ❤️ I have got to run out a get myself a chalk pen. Marking on dark fabrics is always so tricky! —And saving the best for last, Your Gem is going to be the star of every show with that smile 😊! What a cutie!! —Thank you for the update. I’m excited for next month’s reveal!❤️❤️

  13. Well, this is an interesting QAL (like I need another one)! I hadn’t thought about the fact that you can’t use the laser on red (duh), but couldn’t you flip it over and use the laser on the cream fabric? The universe tilted a bit when I read that Sue didn’t even ask for a PP. I’m not sure how I should feel about that!? Trimming HSTs certainly should require something as a reward!

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