At our recent Kitsap Quilters Guild show there was a display of mystery quilts. One of our members, Jaxine Anderson coordinated the Judy Hopkins mystery project. The instructions were provided in our monthly newsletter over a period of a few months. What’s fun is the great variety of colorful quilts generated. It’s inspiring to see the results from the different choices of fabrics when everyone used the same pattern. Here are ten examples:
These quilts were made by guild members Nancy Cave, Jaxine Anderson, Jan King, Andrea Rudman, Charlie Peterson, Sherry Loomis, Keitha Unger, Linda Melcher, Nancy Parrott and MaryAnn Hooker. What a difference the background value makes as well as the use of busy prints versus more solid looking fabrics.