Friday, April 7, 2017

Meadow Mystery Quilt Reveal Parade ++ Day 3

Welcome to the 3rd and final day of the Meadow Mystery Quilt Parade! Due to the number of quilters participating, I have broken up the parade into 3 days, April 5th-7th. The prize winners will be posted on April 8th.

Here are all of the previous days' links:
Day 1 quilts
Day 2 quilts
Day 3 quilts ← that's today :)

We have 266 versions total and they are all beautiful! Thank you so much to everyone who has been taking part or following along in the Meadow Mystery Quilt!  The entrants were free to change up the design any way the liked so in addition to seeing hundreds of colorways, you will see tons of different borders, alternative layouts, and ways of expanding the design.

Grab some coffee or tea and some cake and take some time to look through over the last 90-ish wonderful versions of the Meadow Mystery Quilt people have made.

Just as a reminder, the mystery quilt instructions can be found for free in the tab above and they will never be taken down so you can start at any time. (I also now have the entire set of instructions for sale as an easy downloadable pdf).

Without further are rest of the wonderful Meadow Mystery Quilt finishes!

181. Cheryl B. from Greenville, South Carolina

182. Barbara D.

183. Barbara D. (another one!)

184.  Monica S. from McMinnville, Oregon

185. Stephanie A. from San Diego, California

186. Pia Marie P.

187. Margaret W.

188. Kelly F.

189. Heather B. from Auckland, New Zealand

190. Janet L.

191. Vicki C.

192. Julie K. from College Park, Georgia

193. Dagmar T.

194. Jan K. from Mitchell County, Texas

195. Linda C.

196. Kathy M. from Richland, Indiana

197. Izzy J. from Montreal, Quebec, Canada

198. Alice Z.

199. Sue S. from Los Altos, CA  

200. Ilene V. from Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

201. Julie R. from Auckland, New Zealand

202. Jen R. from Portland, Oregon

203. Bev T. from Whittier, California

204. Alison V. from Federick, Maryland

205. Trisha A.

206. Liz H.

207. Marcelle R. from Luxembourg

208. Charis W. from Lakewood, Colorado

209. Charis W. from Lakewood, Colorado (another one!)

210. Leslie K. from Mahomet, Illinois

211. Debbie L. from Woodstock, Georgia

212. Lauren D.

213. Julie W. from Oakland, California

214. Jacqui B. from Auckland, New Zealand.     

215. Ashlynn M. (age 11!) from Columbus, Indiana 

216. Maxine W. from Adelaide, South Australia.

217. Caroline M. from Lancashire, England

218. Steffi E. from Cottbus, Germany

219. Linda A. from Saratoga, California

220. Janine L. from Denver, Colorado

221. Garnet U. 

222. Kathy R. from Parker, Colorado

223. Kathrin B.

224. Lorna J. 

225. Jeanne S. from Tulsa, Oklahoma

226. Leslie L.

227. Jane L.

228. Libby D. from Georgia

229. Aquila B. 

230. Mary P. from State Line, Mississippi

231. Jean P. from Thompson, Manitoba Canada

232. Sarah G. from San Jose, California

233. Heide D. from West Bloomfield, MI 

234. Emily O. from Fort Collins, Colorado

235. Portia H.

236. Suzanne D. from Santa Clara, California

237. Diane L. from Box Elder, South Dakota

238. Pam K. from Greer, South Carolina

239. Kathy T.

240. Chris S. from Garland, Texas

241. Jen B. from Malvern, Pennsylvania

Binge Quilting

242. Jen B. from Malvern, Pennsylvania (another mystery quilt!)
Binge Quilting

243. Roxann H. from Airdrie, Alberta

244. Vasudha G. from Houston TX

245. Nancy C. from Virginia

246. Kim W.

247. Liz B.

248.  Liz B. (another mystery quilt!)

249. Kerry S.

250. Branda D. from Bethel, Oklahoma

251. Ragna R. from Norway

252. Jodi B. from Fargo, North Dakota


253. Jennifer T.

254. Jennifer W. from Pahrump, Nevada

RV Quilting

255. Nancy D. from South Carolina

256. Margaret W.

257. Ann P.

258. Bonnie B.

259.  Angela W.

260. Nancy L. from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

261. Michelle H.

262. Victoria S. from Cheyenne, Wyoming
Fabric at Work (Facebook group)

263. Rosemary L. from South Kingstown, Rhode Island

264. Cindy B. from Aston, Pennsylvania

265.  Lisa J.

266. Ingrid W.

What did you think about the 266 Meadow Mystery Quilts on display?  Thanks to all of the participants and be sure to check back tomorrow for the prize winners.


  1. It's been fascinating to see all the different variations. Thanks for offering such great mystery quilts.

  2. Ilene says: It has been great taking part in the Meadows Mystery Quilt. Knowing that we have all used the same pattern it is amazing to see to see how fabric and colour has created so many different quilts

  3. Wow! There's some great talent on display in these posts! You must be thrilled to have such a successful QAL!

  4. Lots of gorgeous quilts. Seeing all the different color combinations has been such fun. Looking forward to this year's mystery!

  5. Thanks Cheryl, So looking forward to the next mystery quilt! Loved seeing all the different combos and colors. Amazing job everyone!

  6. Great mystery quilt! And what creativity in the variety of quilts shown. Great job everyone!!

  7. Amazing parade of quilts. I admire all the different finishes from the group of quilters. Thank you Cheryl. Very nice work everyone.

  8. WOW Wonderful Beautiful Fabulous quilts great job quilters!!

  9. Wonderful collection, I am almost sad for this to come to an end. There again, air am so looking forward to the next one starting in July.

  10. This was my first mystery quilt and I loved making it. I am amazed at the various "layouts" of the quilt, some people are so artistic/creative, and the fabric choices. I am looking forward to the next mystery quilt, the Magnolia Mystery. Thanks for all your work on this.

  11. These are some gorgeous quilts and I am sure there are others like me who did not get theirs completed. I finished all my blocks and then came down with shingles so I still have to assembly and quilt it. Thanks Cheryl for providing us with such a lovely pattern, it was fun sewing along with the group.

  12. After checking out all 266 quilts here and following on facebook it is wonderful to see so many wonderful quilts. My question is: How will you choose the best? I'm so pleased I don't have to. I can just sit back and admire.

    1. I agree, they are all wonderful. I could not pick the best, all of the winners are randomly selected from the quilters who submitted quilts and quilt tops.

  13. Oh that was such a fun parade! It's so fascinating to see all the variety in the fabric choices and some of the modifications are really clever! Thank you so much for putting this mystery QAL together Cheryl and for being such an amazing cheerleader along the way!!

  14. Oh wow there are so many pretty versions of your quilt! Well done all of you!

  15. What a wonderful selection of color combinations! No two quilts are alike. It's amazing to see so many different quilts from the same pattern. Thanks for the parade.


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