Sunday, February 26, 2012

Mystery #23, Jacob's Ladder quilt top is done!

Today I got the top all sewn together and the borders on the Jacob's Ladder quilt. I just love how this one turned out! It is 65" x 77". Nice size! I finished it up just in time, too. I believe there is another mystery starting next week! If you are interested in a great mystery quilt, just click on the Mysteries for Relay link on the side of my blog. Marge has never disappointed me yet with her mysteries!! I would love to say I was going to have this quilted up right away, but I have 2 other tops that are next in line for quilting. I really need to get going on those so I can have a few more finishes! Now, off to bath, book and bed. Night all!!


  1. Lovely quilt. I can't do the mystery quilts. I need to 'see' the quilt and figure out how it is put together or I can't do it. I'm not good at following directions alone. I found one of Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilts on the very last day of posting and printed it out. I guess that is cheating, but, it's what works for me. Glad that others can do them. It gives me more to look at.

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