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Fellow Fabric Enthusiasts Mystic Sunset’s Grand Opening is Coming Soon!!!

Celebrate our Grand Opening with us!! Mystic Sunset Quality Quilting Fabrics is opening it’s online shop April 26, 2017 (We will be opening our brick-and-mortar location May 1st)!! Come see our wonderful selection of beautifully crafted fabrics we’ve curated for our fellow fabric enthusiasts.

Grand Opening Sale (1)

Mystic Sunset will be offering FREE SHIPPING on purchases $60 or more. Plus we will be offering $5 OFF your purchase of $25 or more.

Some of the manufacturers we will be carrying are Timeless Treasures, A.E. Nathan, Quilting Treasures and more!! As our customers we value your opinions and insights. If you don’t see a fabric or manufacturer you love, or if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions. Please e-mail us through our contact page on our website and we will promptly respond.

❤ Below are a few examples of the fabrics we will be carrying!! ❤

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Timeless Treasures Tonga Rivera Collection created by: Daniela Stout




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Quilting Treasures La Vie En Rose Collection


5 Free Mug Rug Patterns

I’ve gathered a few wonderful and easy patterns for Mug Rug’s to share with you today. Some of which have amazing tutorials and downloadable PDF patterns! These patterns will defiantly give you a good reason to use up some of those fabric scraps. I hope you enjoy these free patterns.

Ship In The Sea

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Pattern Created By: Sheryl Hastings

This amazingly easy pattern was created by Sheryl Hastings from So-Sew-Easy. She named this beautiful mug rug Ship in the Sea.  This mug rug is part of her Mug Rug Pattern of the Month Collection. Sheryl also has an amazing in depth tutorial with a free downloadable PDF pattern. So head on over and get your free pattern/tutorial today!

Snow Birds Mug Rug

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Pattern Created By: Julie Cefalu

This wonderful work of art was created by Julie Cefalu, from The Crafty Quilter. This Mug Rug is part of her Christmas Once A Month series. Julie offers both a tutorial as well as written instructions, available through a downloadable PDF file. So head on over to get your Free Snow Birds Mug Rug Pattern.

LetterWorks III 


Pattern Created By: Diane Kron

LetterWorks III is an Asian Inspired pattern created by: Diane Kron. She is the software and embroidery project manager at baby lock. Diane has a downloadable PDF of the pattern and instructions on her website. This pattern also recommends you have an intermediate skill level and an embroidery machine to complete this project. You can also find many other fascinating projects on her website.

Blue Skies and Sunshine


Pattern Created By: Sheryl Hastings

This Mug Rug pattern was created by Sheryl Hastings from So-Sew-Easy. She named this pattern Blue Skies and Sunshine. This is another pattern from her Mug Rug Pattern of the Month Collection. If you’re a beginner just learning how to sew, this pattern would be a great start. Sheryl has a wonderful tutorial as well as a downloadable PDF version with written instructions. So head on over and get you’re free Mug Rug Pattern.

Mug Rug Crumb Catcher


Pattern Created By: Julie Cefalu

This is another one of Julie Cefalu’s mug rug patterns. She has some amazing mug rug tutorials. To learn more from Julie visit her site The Crafty Quilter. She made her tutorial easy to understand with lots of pictures, so anyone can sew it. To learn more about this Free pattern and tutorial click here.

I’m glad I got the chance to show you these exciting mug rug patterns. I hope you enjoy these free patterns as I have. Stay tuned for more exciting tutorials and patterns.

Have Fun & Happy Quilting!!


Log Cabin Variation Quilt Block

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This is another quilt block I saw and had to try for myself. This particular quilt block is called Log Cabin Variation. The brilliant woman who created this beautiful block is Heike Schneider. Heike is from a wonderful city called Wetzlar in Germany. Wetzlar is such an alluring city rich in history that dates back to the Roman and Medieval times. The architecture alone is breathtaking.

This quilt block is good for quilters of all skill levels and is easily versatile. Head on over to Heike’s blog, “Password: Quilt” for this one of a kind quilt block tutorial. I defiantly enjoyed this tutorial. It’s instructions are easy to follow and complete with pictures. I hope you enjoy the tutorial as I have!

Have Fun and Happy Quilting!!




Art Quilts from Star Quilters Guild annual Quilt Show 2017

I have always had a love and appreciation for art quilts. The creative possibilities are endless with so many different processes and techniques available. Painting, piecing, collage, dyeing, applique, stamping, printing, and photography are just some of the various techniques. Due to their uniqueness art quilts are by far my favorite type of quilt.

Below are two examples from the Star Quilters Guild annual show in Roanoke, Va. For more information about the Star Quilters Guild visit their homepage.

January Dawn

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Created and Quilted by: Janice Walker

This was my favorite art quilt at the show. Janice beautifully pieced this wonderful landscape together, by using a strip-piecing technique. I especially love her choice of fabric, the warm and cool tones sync together harmoniously. She embellished this work of art by using hand-guided free motion quilting for the trees.

Golden Frogs of Monteverde



Created and Quilted by: Karin Tauber

Sorry for the blurry photo it was the only one I had for this quilt. This was another art quilt I had fell in love with. It is brilliantly pieced together with the perfect color combination. My photo certainly doesn’t depict it’s true beauty. If this quilts beauty isn’t enough to make you fall in love, its story sure will.

The Golden Toad was indigenous to northern Costa Rica, Central America. They were discovered in 1964, within the Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve. No one has seen a golden toad since 1989. As of 1992 they were completely extinct. There are various theories as to why they became extinct. Some of the theories are climate changes and pollution through pesticides. To this day scientist still are not 100% sure as to why the golden toads became extinct.

I’m glad we got to share these one of a kind quilts with you today. For more amazing breath taking quilts sign up for our newsletter.

Have fun and Happy Quilting!



6 Traditional Quilts from Star Quilters Guild Show 2017


This year we had the great pleasure of attending Star Quilters Guild annual Quilt Show! Immediately walking in we were dazzled by the warm and inviting atmosphere. The best part was meeting some of the outstanding artist’s who made these amazing quilts. Some of the stories made the quilts feel even more alive. Everywhere you looked there were gorgeous works of art. Needless to say we defiantly had a blast.


The Star Quilters Guild is located in the Roanoke Valley in Virginia. They are a group of wonderful people dedicated to the intricacy, beauty and history involved with quilt making. You can find out more information on the Star Quilters Guild’s homepage.

Below are some of the amazing works of art from the show.

Mariner’s Compass

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Made By: Sandra Fergusson                      Quilted By: Alecia Knox                                        

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When I first saw this quilt I fell completely in love. Everything syncs together in perfect harmony. This was defiantly was one of my favorites. This amazing work of art was created by Sandra Fergusson from Wirtz Virginia, and was beautifully quilted by Alecia Knox. The color combination she chose was perfect as well as the brilliant quilting work. This piece is a one of a kind masterpiece. The intricacy and thought behind it made it stand out that much more.

Flags Around The Zoo


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    Made By: Judy Coffman                                       Quilted By: Laura Credle                                                   

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This quilt would make a great kids quilt. I absolutely loved the intricate pieced animal blocks in this quilt, it made it even more adorable. Defiantly a one of a kind. This was created by Judy Coffman and quilted by Laura Credle from Star City Stitchery.

Monet’s Purple Dream

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Made By: Gisela O’Connor       Quilted By: Cathy Fandel

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The artist who created this beautiful quilt is Gisela O’Connor from Salem Va and was quilted by Cathy Fandel. I loved the different shades of purple used for this sampler quilt and the flower boarder made it stand out even further.


Two’s Company

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Made and Quilted By: Dawn Schaben

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This is the second beauty I fell in love with. It was beautifully created and quilted by Dawn Schaben of Roanoke Virginia. I absolutely love the music and color theme behind this quilt. My top favorite feature was the intricate designs quilted into it. She beautifully incorporated various music symbols such as notes and clefs.


Fall Colors

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Made and Quilted By: Ethel Simmons

This Lovely quilt was made and quilted by Ethel Simmons in Roanoke, Va. I loved the “looking through the window” feel of this piece. The warm and inviting colors makes this a perfect piece for fall time. This quilt captures the fall season perfectly with the picturesque foliage and warm tones.

 Love Letters

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    Made By: Judy Coffman                             Quilted By: Laura Credle 

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This traditional quilt was made by Judy Coffman and quilted by Laura Credle from Star City Stitchery. The quilt designs on this work of art speak for itself. I loved how she used red and white fabric for contrasting colors. It made the quilting designs pop out even more giving it that “classic” look.


We had a great time interacting with the artists and meeting new people at the quilt show. The members from the Star Quilters Guild were very informative and helpful. They defiantly made this experience a positive one. We’re lucky to have attended such a beautiful display of quilting art at its finest.