Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Magnolia Mystery Quilt Reveal Parade ++ Day 2

Welcome to the 2nd day of the Magnolia Mystery Quilt Parade! Due to the number of quilters participating, I have broken up the parade into 3 days, March 5th-7th. The prize winners will be posted on March 8th.

You can see all of the Day 1 quilts here.

We have almost 200 versions total and they are all beautiful! Thank you so much to everyone who has been taking part or following along in the Magnolia 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 second set of about 70 wonderful versions of the Magnolia Mystery Quilt.

Just as a reminder, the mystery quilt instructions can be found for free on the blog 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).

71.  Lynn M.

72.  Marcelle R. from Luxembourg

73.  Kathy W from Ontario Canada @ Kathy's Quilts

74.  Julie R. from Heyburn, ID

75.  Ryoko N.

76.  Angela W.

77.  Jodi-Marie L. from Leduc, Alberta Canada

78.  Sherry S. @blessingsfromournest and Blessings From Our Nest

79.  Elaine N.

80.  Wendy B. from Bisbane, Queensland Australia

81.  Heidi D. @ Heidi's Quilty Hugs

82.  Bonnie L. from Saskatoon, Canada

83.  Bonnie

84.  Jen T. from Highlands Ranch, CO

85.  Judy V. from Michigan

86.  Ollie J.

87.  Sibylle T. from Germany

88.  Danice G. from Alabama

89.  Denise E. from Melbourne, Australia

90.  Liz H.

91.  Yolanda F.

92.  Yvonne F. @ Quilting Jetgirl

93.  Judi B. from Rogers City, MI

94. Tiffany S. from Greenville, SC

95.  Liz B.

96.  Sue B.

97.  Randi S. from Leavenworth, KS

98.  Dena F. from Leavenworth, KS

99.  Penny B. from Oakland, Oregon

100.  Debbie O.

101.  Ingrid

102.  Cara L. from Snyder, TX

103.  Shelly K. from Kenora, Ontario, Canada

104.  Cyndy B.

105.  Lu J.

106.  Caroline F.

107.  Caroline F. (another version!)

108.  Cindy L. @ Hyacinth Quilt Designs

109.  Deb. S.

110.  Becky M. from Bainbridge, IN

111.  Susan S. from Australia

112.  Bill

113.  Natalie B.

114.  Brenda V.

115.  Karen D.

116.  Linda D.

117.  Thelma

118.  Marlene C.

119.  Nadine V. from Panama City, Florida

120.  Karin P. from Minneapolis, Minnesota @ BluePip Designs

121. Laura M.

122.  Karen M. from Sacramento, CA @kcmquilts

123.  Alma P. from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

124.  Roga G. from Aberdeen, SD

125.  Lorraine S.

126.  Kelly D. from Danville, VA

127.  Becky L.

128.  Lara W.

129.  Lorie M. from Edmonton, Alberta

130.  Kathryn L. from Allentown, PA

131.  Janice O.

132.  Jen D. @ de Jong Dream House

133.  Diane V.

134.  Julie R. from New Zealand

135.  Sue  L. from Encino, California

136.  Izzy J. @ Dizzy Quilts

137.  Vasudha G. from Houston, TX @ Storied Quilts

138.  Katrina H.

139.  Susan F.

140.  Bobbie M. from Aransas Pass, Texas

What beautiful quilts!!  Be sure to stop by tomorrow for the final set of Magnolia Mystery Quilts.


  1. Another great collection of quilts. Impossible to pick a favourite. Pleased to see lots of Canadian entries.

  2. Wow, there are some stunning versions here. I'm impressed with the people that went above and beyond to create more blocks!

  3. Stunning selection. Congratulations on a very popular mystery and to everyone who has already completed absolutely amazing quilts.

  4. Wow!!! Sew much fun! And there's more tomorrow?!! This is such a fun quilt show!

  5. Very lovely quilts - some pretty colorways I'd be tempted to try as well!

  6. So many beautiful quilts! Enjoying the "quilt show" very much!

  7. This was so much fun. My first mystery quilt. I love how the color schemes can make it look different. All the quilts are gorgeous. They inspire me to make it again with color schemes others choose.

  8. Dear Cheryl, What a joy to see so many participants in the project. I love the fact that you encourage folks to expand your pattern with their own unique borders or settings--I would think that being the inspiration for such creativity is truly rewarding!!


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