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Join me for another Mystery Quilt Along

It's done!! - 
You asked for it! - another Quilt Along and another Mystery!
Here is the deal. I have some students that are not on Facebook and to make the mystery accessible for all, I am asking that you sign up below to be on the Mystery List. - how does it work?
Click the link below and get added to a list that will give you the clue's straight to your inbox as they are posted.

When you sign up you should get another page with the supply list - right now today! 

Please let me know how this works for you. I'm trying to make things easier, but I am still learning how to set things up.


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