Spin Out Cutting Charts

This post will have the New Years 2024 hashtag for your ease to find it. This is our New Years Day 2024 mystery quilt Cutting Charts. This is the entire quilt WITHOUT the WOFs needed for the “straight” borders, but does contain some pieced units for the borders. You are given the option to cut or not cut those borders…watch the charts! Please remember, I am sewing along with you…please be patient with typos!

Please label and store these in your favourite manner for New Year’s Day. We will go live on YouTube and those links will be added to the webpage after the clue has been released. They will be easily found on YouTube as well. Many use ziplock bags, some use those scrapbooking 12″x12″ plastic containers as they are easily reusable. We will start 1 January 2024 at 9:00am New Zealand time. Please use the world clock on your phone or computer to sort out the time in your area, or Google has a good “what time is it” answer…

Can’t wait to sew with you… Remember NYD is the day we will draw for the exclusive pattern for someone who completed the Christmas quilt (need not be quilted yet). See the FB page for more details!

Here are my fabrics to entice you to jump out of your box with these!! ~Debi


6 responses to “Spin Out Cutting Charts”

  1. mae73345@yahoo.com Do we only need 4 fabrics? How much do we need of each fabric? Thanks for your help. Mavis

    1. debiloves2quilt Avatar

      The fabric and other requirements are on the website as well. They are called New Years Mystery Intro. I’m going to try to add a link, if it doesn’t work copy and paste to your browser. You will find a printable version here: Mysteryquiltsanonymous.com/current-mystery/new-years-mystery-intro

  2. Is it possible for you to lay out the clue’s that you have cut, I am having some confidence issues in cutting.

    1. debiloves2quilt Avatar

      It would be possible, but I’ve already sewn most of it together to make sure each of you cuts correctly (for writing and sewing instructions). If you are a part of the FB group (please do if not), I can answer questions and help more from there. You should have several squares and triangles cut, with not a lot of fabric left over when complete, enough to border and maybe bind) with.

  3. Clue 3 – fabric 1
    Cutting the 2-5/8” WOF
    Using tri tool cut into triangles
    Are the triangles 4.5” tall. Or 2-5/8 inches tall
    Please help?!?

    1. debiloves2quilt Avatar

      They will be 2-5/8” tall. You’ll lay the flat bottom just past the 2-1/2” line on the tri tool.

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