Monday, July 7, 2014

Designer Mystery 2014


Designer Mystery 2014 BOM
Magical Anna
Designed by Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts
The BOM is from 

They may have sold out of this Mystery already.  I couldn't find a direct link.

This block was a little scary.  You make four hour glass patterns and then cut some off.  It fit to the snowball block perfectly.  No reason to fear.

Here's the video for block one.



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My quilty partner was laying down on the job.  Well at least she was 'sleeping' on fabric.



Awwwwww....Mom don't wake me up with that flashy thing!



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19 comments:

margaret said...

have had to resist another BOM as have so much on the go at the moment but will enjoy seeing what you are doing each month

Vroomans' Quilts said...

I wondered if you would be picking this one up. I do love this one, but I passed it up. Will enjoy watching you play though.

Julie Fukuda said...

Another great block. Does your little partner give advice? Your fabric choices are so nice.

cucki said...

Wow it's a very sweet block and I love your stitchy partner so much
Big hugs x

Lesley said...

Love this block. Thanks for the link!

Quilt Musings said...

Your blocks always look fabulous! Love this one!

Heidi said...

That snowball did fit perfectly! Great job!

Terri said...

Cute kitty pics.
Hugs

Raewyn said...

I love that block, it turned out great! I made one similar once where you had to cut down a block - very scary!!!

Linda said...

Beautiful Block! You did an awesome job! Happy Monday!!

LynCC said...

That's a cool approach for that block. Love the strategy. One of those things I would never think up on my own!

desertskyquilts said...

I like that strategy. I REALLY like the fabrics for the block. This is beautiful.

Barb said...

Wonderful blocks...your cat looks like me today

Aunt 'Reen said...

Gorgeous block!
I love those beautiful fabrics too!

krislovesfabric said...

Nice! Love the bit in the middle, this is really a good imaginative block...no simple ones for you,eh? Love the blues.

dq said...

Your fabric choices are just beautiful! I hope to see more.

DaisyLiz said...

oh man. I had to make some hourglass blocks for the Gypsy Wife, and even though they looked straightforward, they chose to give me a terrible time!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

You are so talented! I've enjoyed looking at your blog and seeing what you're working on. I would love to learn to quilt...one of these days! Enjoy your weekend! Hugs, Diane

Ivory Spring said...

Oh, I love love love the colors of that block!