Paper Piecing Quilt Block Challenge: Finishing Instructions

Hopefully at this point you have all of your quilt blocks finished for the National Quilters Circle Mystery Paper Piecing Quilt Block Challenge, because it’s already time for the finishing instructions! It’s been so fun to see you all work on your blocks and we can’t wait to see the finished quilts.

Over the course of six weeks, we will be creating the Mystery Ice Crystals quilt pattern, designed by the talented Toby Lischko.

Looking for fabric requirements? Find them here!

Click the button below to download a PDF with instructions for week six. Make sure to share your progress in the Quilt Block Challenge Facebook Group – we can’t wait to see everyone’s work!

If you haven’t signed up for the Quilt Block Challenge, there’s still time! You can sign up here to make sure you get the block assignments delivered to your inbox each week. And make sure to visit Toby’s quilt gallery to see more of her beautiful work!

Other blocks from this challenge:

Mystery Paper Piecing Quilt Block Challenge: Fabric Requirements
Mystery Paper Piecing Quilt Block Challenge: Week 1
Mystery Paper Piecing Quilt Block Challenge: Week 2
Mystery Paper Piecing Quilt Block Challenge: Week 3
Mystery Paper Piecing Quilt Block Challenge: Week 4
Mystery Paper Piecing Quilt Block Challenge: Week 5
Mystery Paper Piecing Quilt Block Challenge: Finishing Instructions

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13 Responses to “Paper Piecing Quilt Block Challenge: Finishing Instructions”
  1. Gail

    Thank you, Toby, for a beautiful quilt pattern you have provided for free. It sure has been fun to work on. Quilt block challenges like this one are a great way to learn new skills and improve on other quilting skills. Thank you so much.

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  2. Patricia Russell

    Thank you for this awesome challenge. Loving it. My first time doing this. Been away from sewing for 10-12yrs. Taking care of family members.

    Finishing instructions won’t download. I’ll keep trying.
    Thank you again

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  3. Lynette Doman

    The optional quilting design, where does that go? And where is the paper piece instructions in regard on how to do it? Lynette

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    • Mary Lou FInch

      It’s the stitching pattern to use to quilt your pieced top, batting and back together.

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  4. Helen Winter

    Love paper piecing but I’m not very good at it, hope this will help get better.

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  5. Lynette Doman

    I was so excited about this mystery paper pieced quilt with a madallion! But there is no madallion in the quilt, I am assuming the one you sent is to be in the center, but on instructions as to how to put it together? Very disappointed! Lynette

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  6. Rina van den Heever

    The most interested way of quilting ! I would like to take the chalkenge!

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  7. Patricia Reid

    Thank you so much for the designs. My quilt will really be a mystery quilt I have used 4 colours of fabrics omitted to read the instructions correctly and arrived at totally different blocks. I am delighted with the results and can see such a great potential for further quilts
    thank you again Toby for the designs.

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