#1 Kyushu. Rhododendron Trail Quiltville Mystery 2021 by Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville. Not one to pass on a Bonnie Hunter Mystery! I'll be making a smaller version instead of 83" x 98".
#2 Kondensation. Winter Blues by Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville. New pattern introduced December 2020. Yes I have the scraps! 81" x 95".
#3 Kackling, Sunshine October 2021 BOM Win Punkin'Patch by Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville. Wanted to won this BOM coordinated by Pam Davis. I won't be making a full project. Sadly, there were not too many who participated. Not sure what size this will end up.
#4 Kaster. Pumpkins For Sale, One S1ster Designs. Just had to have it! 40" x 44".
#5 Kache. Secret Stash by Edyta Sitar of Laundry Basket Quilts. Free download in February 2021. 55" x 55".
#6 Kolonization. American Quilter's by Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings. Fundraiser by Lisa during 2021. 80" x 80".
#7 Katerskill. Blue & White Delight, American Patchwork & Quilting August 2021. Excited to find the pattern in August 2021 issue. Purchased A-9726-B Blue Annabella collection by Renee Nanneman for Andover Fabrics for the blue. Will use triangles on a roll (pretty sure). 68" x 80".
#8 Koxcomb. Coxcomb by Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings. Found through Primitive Gatherings FB Live. Love when the wool comes with the cottons. 17" x 17".
#9 Koastline. Michigan Laundry Basket Quilts Stitch Along Mystery 2021 by Edyta Sitar. 12 Days of mystery sewing on Laundry Basket Quilts Blog. Kerry made me do it! Started May 10, 2021. I'm adding the applique. 76" x 76".
#10 Kottages. 100 Houses by Tina Curran. Purchased pattern at Sunshine Quilt Guild lecture. Might do an exchange with Janet O and Kerry. Use up scraps! 24" x 24".
#11 Krokus. To Plant A Flower ... Blue Posey by Lisa Bongean of Primitive Gatherings. Sorry the photo isn't in color. This is a kit with flannel fabrics. 4" x 4".
#12 Kauldron. Witch's Night Out by Fig Tree & Company. Purchased pattern at 2020 RD2CA. Fabric kit from Bella Rose Quilts. 57" x 64".
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