Cotton Cuts Sew Sweet Puzzle Mystery Quilt – Clue #5
I can’t believe that we are halfway through the Cotton Cuts Sew Sweet Puzzle Mystery Quilt! This has been so much fun and I’m getting anxious to see the final result.
The version I am working on is the small version of the colorway called Churro and it is made with the stunning Bookish fabric line designed by Sharon Holland for Art Gallery Fabrics. These are not colors I traditionally work with, but I am loving them!
Disclosure: Some of the items in this post were generously provided by Cotton Cuts.
This month’s clue (#5) was a little bit more involved than previous months. You will see that I had to bring out my trusty seam ripper for part of it. That is what happens when you read through the instructions too quickly!
How to Assemble Cotton Cuts Sew Sweet Puzzle Mystery Quilt – Clue #5
Mystery quilts are always interesting to me. When the people at Cotton Cuts asked me to blog about the Sew Sweet one I jumped at the chance. In fact, I have learned so much that has helped me with my own pattern designing and writing!
The pattern has been easy to follow and the fabric….well what can I say about the fabric, except that it is awesome. Everything is precut perfectly, all of the pieces needed are included and the rest is up to the maker.
More About the Cotton Cuts Sew Sweet Puzzle Mystery Quilt
As I get closer and closer to the final clue my excitement is building.
I look forward to solving this mystery with you! Here is what we have done so far. Click on the photo to get to the blog post.
Guess what?! I am happy to announce that Cotton Cuts asked me to blog again for their next puzzle mystery quilt. It’s called Piazza and I will be doing the small version of the Maggiore. It’s a collection of fabrics from the Spangled by Wishwell collection for Robert Kaufman Fabrics. Here’s a peek of it. Sign ups are underway and a number of colorways have already sold out. Also don’t forget to use my code CLAUDIAPIAZZA when signing up! You can sign up here.
I hope you’ll be joining me! – Claudia