I've done three mystery quilts. I have to admit - they are not my favourite.
The thing with a mystery quilt is that you have to pick fabric with no idea, really, how it is going to go together. If I can see the pattern, I have a better idea if my fabric is going to work or not.
Here is my first mystery quilt.
Undaunted by my first mystery quilt - I signed up for another. Here it is.
I used a little thicker batting in this quilt, (Quilters Dream "Select") and my husband loves it. I have to admit - it is really cozy. Both of these quilts are not quite twin size.
So, it was awhile till I tried another Mystery Quilt. This spring, though, Vicki at Peacebrook Quilting http://www.peacebrookquilting.com/ announced she was doing a mystery, and I thought, "Why Not?" Then her instructions came thick and fast. Even though I'm not normally that quick, I did manage to keep up. Here is the result.
So who knows. I may try a mystery again. But first, I have to get all of my UFO's completed!