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Christmas Mystery 1999 – Part 1

An original design by
Suzanne Sealey and Susan Gatewood

Fabric Requirements:

  1. Choose a style, homespun, fancy, traditional, scrappy.
  2. Dark fabric to equal 1 1/2 yards. (This could be your focus or main fabric, of course in a ‘scrappy’ you don’t have a focus fabric.)
  3. Light fabric (background) to equal 1 yard.
  4. You will also need small amounts (scraps) of brown, greens, reds, yellows and golds.

If you have "Clear View Triangle 60" by Sara Nephew – 1988, you will find it to be very helpful. A template will be provided, if you don’t have one.

Click here for Template

Cutting instructions Part 1:

From light (background) fabric cut three strips (width of fabric ) 5 1/8 inches wide. From dark fabric cut five strips (width of fabric) 5 1/8 inches wide.

Using either the template provided or the "Clear View Triangle 60",

Cut 60 dark triangles and 36 light triangles.

(You should be able to get 12 triangles from each strip.)

Use seams throughout.

 Good luck! For the next Installment click here!

The instructions, images, etc...are copyrighted 1999 by CompuQuilt and/or   Suzanne Sealey and Susan Gatewood and are meant for your own personal use.  If you'd like others to have these patterns and instructions, please send them a link to CompuQuilt.  All other use requires permission before such use.