Daisy Chain Mystery Quilt Along

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I said that I I was joining Little Bunny Quilts in doing the Daisy Chain Mystery Quilt Along?

The Fabric Requirements came out on Feb 4.

Here are the fabrics that I have chosen:


All of the fabric is from my stash!  I’m doing the “Throw” size, which is 60″ square

  • background is Free Spirit “Mist”
  • Focus is the French General blue fabric
  • Accent is the red
  • Coordinating fabric is the pile of beiges to the left of the red

Come join in the fun!

Fabric Shopping


I did go shopping … bought some lovely batiks.  They were 50% off at Needle & I in Burnaby.  There are quite a few batiks left that are on sale  (I didn’t buy them all)!  They also had some wonderful samples that I got to see in person … and new fabric … and lots of eye candy!!!!!  I would have bought more fabric, but I’m on a very strict, “no buy” fabric diet, don’t ya know?    I didn’t take my husband with me – so I can’t blame him for any of my purchases!!!  If you live in the lower mainland, it’s worth the trip!

Now, I know that some of your are asking about all the wonderful Island Batik fabric I received.  It was a gift.  I didn’t buy it … so it’s not counting!

* Fabric Used this week: 0 yards
* Fabric Used this year: 0 yards
* Fabric Bought this Week:   6.3 yards batiks
* Fabric Added this Year: 10.8 yards
* Net Fabric Used for 2019: 3.4 yards
* Husband’s purchases 5 yards

Design Wall

block #3

CQA #52blocks52weeks

I finished my block #3 of CQA #52blocks52weeks

And Quilting is progressing on Ivan’s DiamondsIMG_3001

Stitchin’ Time

  • January:  I’ve sewn 16 of the 20 days I was home  … that makes for 80%!   Those extra few days increased it from 73% that I reported last week!
  • February: 3 out of 3  …
  • Year-to-date: 19 out of 23 = 82%

For more Stitchin’ Time, you can check out Kate’s blog: Life in Pieces

PHD in 2019:  Quilting UFOs and Finishing New Projects


GROAN!!!  No finishes in January!!!!  If you want more information on the PHD in 2019, you can check it out HERE!

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Happy Quilting! 


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17 thoughts on “Daisy Chain Mystery Quilt Along

  1. Pingback: My Progress Report – Feb 17 | Quilting Gail

    • Hi Vasudha!
      Thank you!
      Good for you – starting a spreadsheet! I find it’s the perfect way to keep track of what I’ve done. when I’ve done it and what I need to do!
      I ventured over to your blog … Daisy Chain Mystery – fabric pull and had a look at your fabrics! Wonderful!!! It will be SEW pretty! It will also be fun to see how different each quilt will look!
      Happy Quilting! 🙂


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  3. Love your fabric choices for the Daisy Chain Mystery. Your focus fabric is gorgeous! Congrats on working in lots of stitching time. I’ve had a slow start with the PHD progress too, but hope to be doing better by the end of this month.

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  5. Your fabric choices for the Daisy Chain mystery quilt are so nice. I really like your focus fabric and look forward to seeing the mystery unfold! An 80% sewing percentage for January is fantastic! I’ve decided I’m going to aim for sewing a minimum of one seam a day. It’s not a lot, but every seam is progress, right? Today I squeezed in 16 seams! Maybe I’ll report on my progress – it might help me meet my goals. 🙂 Thanks for linking to MCM today!

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    • Hi Beth,
      Thank you! I was determined to use my stash!
      Aimiing for one seam a day is a great goal! At least it’s more than 0 seams! And – today is a good example of what can happen when we sit at the machine!
      Thanks for hosting MCM!!
      Happy Quilting! (or seaming!) 🙂


  6. I’m pondering joining in this QAL…maybe the baby version. I LOVE your fabrics! I do not have these fabrics so I have to go to the preverbal drawing board. If I come up empty handed in the stash I’m totally living through you 🙂

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    • Hi Tish,
      Thank you! It was hard to resist. I remember thinking, “It’ll be over early in the year, so I’ll be fine as far as my PHD in 2019 goes.” Ha! I think I may have bitten off more than I can chew … but you know, I do enjoy a good mystery! And I’m using stash! (How’s that for rationalization??)
      Happy Quilting! 🙂


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