Aby starts the mystery: “Don’t you love it when a story has a happy ending? Be it a novel, a theater play, or a movie, there’s something satisfying about a plot that ties up all loose ends in a pleasant way for all the principal characters. Of course in ever well-written story, there’s some conflict to resolve, some antagonism to overcome, some trials to persevere through, and some mystery to solve. So it will be with your quilt; persevere in solving mysterious clues to find that “All’s well that ends well!”
A former Logan member, many of us know Aby and have fond memories of her. We always have a great time with Aby and this class was no exception. Aby’s daughter, Trinity, was visiting and we were so happy to have her with us participating in the mystery.
After a pot luck lunch we received Clue 4. “Now comes the fun part! Lay out the units on a design wall or table and arrange them to please yourself. There are many ways the units can be arranged and all will result in a Happy Ending for your quilt.” Even though Aby did share four potential layouts with us, the room was full of creativity. No two quilts looked alike. Indecisive about a particular layout, I brought my completed blocks home.
With a lot of uncut fabric remaining, I decided to make more blocks until I ran out of fabric. This is my finished project.
Once quilted, this will be donated to one of the charities the Logan Quilt Guild supports.
Thank you Aby for such a fun challenge!