Love a good mystery? Join in on Sew Suite Studio's Brown Bag Mystery Quilt - This is how it works...Purchase your kit that includes the cutting instructions - You get a "hint" of the colorway through the package window. This project has 6 sewing clues which will be given out on the following schedule.
Clue 1 - March 17th (World Wide Quilt Day) Clue 2 - March 31st Clue 3 - April 14th Clue 4 - April 28th Clue 5 - May 12th Clue 6 - May 26th · The clues will allow you will complete the blocks and assemble a quilt top measuring approximately 45” by 62” without a border. · Your kit contains 5 fabrics. Assign each fabric in your kit to A, B, C, D, and E. The two largest pieces are the same size, label on A and the other B. The two smaller pieces are also the same size, label one D and the other E. The smallest piece is C. Once you have chosen the letter to correspond to your fabric, it will stay consistent throughout the project. · Cutting diagrams are provided for your convenience. Keep track of the number of pieces you are cutting. You may be able to conserve fabric and cut more pieces from a strip than are indicated on the cutting diagram. · NOT INCLUDED in your kit - fabrics you will need: o ½ yard of binding fabric. o 3 yards of backing fabric. Fabric B may have enough remaining yardage to bind your quilt top, depending on your economy of cutting. · If you desire a larger quilt, purchase 2¼ additional yards that will coordinate with your kit. This will allow for 7” borders on all sides and include binding fabric. Your nished quilt will measure approximately 59” by 76”. The larger quilt will require 4 yards of backing fabric.
NOTE - What makes this fun is the Mystery! However, if you don't like a fabric that's in the kit feel free to substitute any other fabrics you want, including a purchase from our collection.
AND FINALLY - If you want to be part of the LARGER community working on this project Ask about joining the Private Facebook group to post your progress and view other quilts as they are created. How fun is that?