Happy Spring! To celebrate the new season, I've made a new spring mystery that is certain to brighten up your house and your mood. After this long hard winter, playing with spring fabrics will perk anyone up. This will be either a lovely lap quilt, or a big wall hanging. Finished size will be 52" x 52".

Warning: There will be a small amount of paper piecing in this Mystery. Not a ton, just a bit. Of course, you don't have to use paper piecing, you can simply add seam allowances to the pieces and sew them together... but I leave this up to you. :)

I want to extend a big THANK YOU to Marcia Hohn of QuiltersCache.com for allowing me to use one of her block patterns as part of this mystery. Of course, I can't tell you which one yet, that would give away the surprise LOL. I'll include a link directly to her pattern in the last clue of the mystery. :)

Fabric Requirements Clues
Here are the fabric requirements for this mystery, including backing yardage. I've included some fabric swatches from the sample I made up in EQ6. Of course, use whatever colors you would like, it's your quilt after all.

Note: In the clues, you may see me refer to "WOF".
WOF = Width Of Fabric, i.e. from selvage edge to selvage edge.

Light Blue:
1¼ yards

Four sets of spring-colored fabric scraps, in light/dark pairs:
Scraps that are at least 5" wide, best to have about ¼ yard each color

Green:
½ yard

Multicolored floral print:
1½ yards

Coordinating striped print:
1 yard

No Image Backing:
2¼ yards

Clues will be posted every Monday and Thursday by 9:30 am PST.
The first clue will be posted on Monday, April 26, 2010.

Clue #1

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Clue #6