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    Whether he's caffeinated or not, we sure enjoy it when Denis pops in for a bit. Waving to you!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denis View Post
    Are you sure that's a 5" square? It would finish at 4 1/2" while the 4 patches would finish at 4" once everything is sewn together. I think the middle squares are cut at 4 1/2" and the outer ones the same and still snowballed with 2 1/2"squares. I could be wrong as I haven't been caffeinated enough yet lol
    Yeah I just made the patch's and I have a 4 1/2" and 5".......rethinking!

    That's what I came up with that the middle squares need to be 4 1/2".....going to retry now.
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    I so love this. I was sitting here last night breaking it down too. I also happen to love the colors in it too. Going to have to try putting one together and see how it comes out
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    Any idea what fabric was used?

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    Everyone brought their own fabric. I am not sure what line Jenny used. I ask the lady that taught the class if we could share the pattern and she said that it was not available at this time. Maybe Jenny will do a tutorial on it soon.
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    Unfortunately, this pattern has not been released from MO* but the NYE Day Mystery Quilt was revealed December 31, 2014. Anita's modified pattern Quilt was completed last week, isn't it Awesome! I am not sure why Jenny's and my Quilt were not displayed as well, since they were the examples and revealed at the end of the retreat day. Keep your eye open, I sure hope there will a be tutorial. It is a fun quilt to make. At this point the exact measurements are still a Mystery. LOL!!
    http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/att...1&d=1420904386
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    Thanks Daniela for clearing this up and teaching the class and yes your quilt is beautiful. You should post a picture here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stitching woman View Post
    Thanks Daniela for clearing this up and teaching the class and yes your quilt is beautiful. You should post a picture here.

    Dang! Bernice, I need to post more to catch up w/ you. I do not have much PC time. Thanks for the Kudos. I had fun with this and the class. I did miss Jenny there with us. I am still waiting to see the Video of the Happy NY. Of course, Family time W/ Ron & kids vs mystery quilt...Ok, I so get it! The Doan's are a lively crew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stitching woman View Post
    Everyone brought their own fabric. I am not sure what line Jenny used. I ask the lady that taught the class if we could share the pattern and she said that it was not available at this time. Maybe Jenny will do a tutorial on it soon.
    I hope so....looks like a fun quilt. I can make it work with the measurements I'm using....but I think I'll wait and see if it comes out in Block or she does a tutorial.
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    Thank you all so very much!

    All of the information is so helpful, thank God for all you helpful, caring souls.

    Love
    ♥♥♥ JAM ♥♥♥

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