Mystery Block of the Month 2022

Block of the month

The Mystery Block of the Month 2022 has now concluded but you can still complete the blocks in your own leisure.

Join us for the Mystery Block of the Month 2024 HERE.

Each block will measure 12½” x 12½” square, and once finished in the quilt 12″ x 12″

The finished quilt measures approximately 47″ x 60.5″

PDF Patterns

I have created a PDF pattern with full printable instructions for each block. The instructions include cutting instructions, step-by-step instructions, and lots of diagrams to help you through each step of making each block.

I personally find the PDF Patterns super handy as a quick reference guide. I have printed them out and put them in a folder, and I refer back to them time and time again.

They are available to purchase at my Etsy Store at a nominal fee. You can find all 12 blocks HERE.

Mystery Block of the Month

Fabric Requirements

You can easily make each block with scrap fabric you have on hand.

If you would like to buy fabric, especially for this project, I suggest 8 x ½ yards of different fabrics. Make sure you have varying shades of fabric, for example, a couple of light fabrics, a couple of medium-toned fabrics, and a couple of dark fabrics. For this project stick with small to medium scale patterned fabric.

We will also need fabric for sashing, borders, backing, and binding details, which can be found HERE.

Looking for fabric for your project? Use my exclusive  LINK to get 20% off at Missouri Star Quilt Company! Plus, your purchase supports me with a small commission at no extra cost to you.

Mystery Block of the Month 2022

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Block 3 and Block 4
Rail Fence Quilt Block
Eccentric Star Quilt Block
Love Squared Block
Ohio Star Block
New Four Patch Quilt Block
Antique Tile Quilt Block
Thrifty Block
Grecian Square Quilt Block
Prairie Queen Quilt Block
Sashing and borders

Thanks so much for joining me! Please let me know how you go or if you have any questions.

Stacey x


The Mystery Block of the Month 2022 series has now finished, but sign up here for my newsletter to find out when my next quilting series will begin.

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80 thoughts on “Mystery Block of the Month 2022

  1. Tracey Reck says:

    Oh I can’t wait to start the 12 squares quilt. This is going to be so fun. When you say 8 x1/2 yards dose that mean 8 different fabrics @ 1/2 yard each?

  2. Debbie Asbury says:

    Stacey, this sounds like a lot of fun and one I can keep up with. You have so many amazing ideas and I love watching you and listening to your tutorials. You and your husband make a great team creating your tutorials. Thank you for continuing to provide these courses.
    Debbie 🌸💖🌸

  3. Jennifer says:

    Hi there, I tried to sign up for the mystery block quilt, but it says I am already a subscriber.. will I be included automatically? – Jen

    • Stacey says:

      Hi there, I just checked your email and I can see you were sent today’s email. Can you please check your spam/trash/junk folder. Please let me know if you still can’t find it 🙂

  4. Frances Campbell says:

    Thank you ~ So glad I saw this on Facebook. And I have always wanted to stitch the Dream Weaver block so a perfect start. 🙂

  5. Merryl Kontogianis says:

    I’m hoping this will get my mojo back & into quilting again. Haven’t started, or completed, anything since COVID. Small steps.

  6. Marlene Coder says:

    I love this first block of the month and intend to make it into a table runner also . Your videos are wonderful and easy for us ” beginning quilters ” to follow. THANK YOU so much!!

    • Stacey says:

      Hi Marlene, that’s a great idea! I am so happy you are joining in and found it helpful. I have a lot of videos on my YouTube channel for beginners that you might like to check out 🙂

  7. Thelma Shampine says:

    I am so excited about the block of the month. I have the first one done and am waiting for the second one. Thank you so much.


  8. Dawn Leslie says:

    Hi Stacey,
    I love mystery quilt sew Along’s. The first block looks like fun. Thank you for taking your time to give people like me inspiration to do something different.

  9. Jean A Zysek says:

    You are a very good teacher and take the time to show all the steps needed. Am looking forward to your classes. Watch your videos and great that we can refer back to them but also purchase the pdf so can print out for my ease. Thank you for making this project we can make using our scraps.

  10. Peggy Epperson says:

    Thanks Stacey for your MBOM. I’m a few months behind, but have just gathered all my fabrics and need to get organized enough to start. I really enjoy your videos and they are easy to understand.

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