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Good Fortune Mystery


How a bout a little Good Fortune?

All of the parts of our upcoming mystery, Good Fortune will be listed here for easy access.

Clues will start releasing November 23rd, with a new clue each Friday until completion.

Clues will be retired February 1st and the pattern re-written in an unscrambled non-mystery format for purchase in the Quiltville Store as a digital pattern.

REMEMBER to print all of your clues as they are released as they will not be available here after February 1st, 2019.



11/26/2018: Mystery Monday Link-Up, Part 1


12/3/2018: Mystery Monday Link-Up, Part 2

12/7/2018: Part 3

12/10/2018:  Mystery Monday Link-Up, Part 3


This mystery is given for personal use only.  No part may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic or mechanical including photocopying for sharing, scanning or by any information storage and retrieval system without permission in writing from the author.

Please no uploading and saving of this file with intent to share, email or distribute, either digitally or in hard copy. NOT FOR RESALE.

Please send your friends to my blog to print their clues. Thank you!



27 comments:

  1. Thanks for another mystery quilt. I love the colors. Can't wait to see what this mystery reveals!

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  2. O Bonnie! This is just the quilt I need to make - Good Fortune! Many thanks in advance for a fabulous mystery season.

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  3. I got my paint chips, but they weren't as easy to find as the Valspar collection.
    I'm excited even though I have several quilts in the making. I wouldn't miss this for anythng. Thansk

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  4. I've never done a mystery quilt. I am quite tempted to join in. I wonder how we know what to make. Is that what the clues do?

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    1. The mystery quilt instructions are very, very clear. Each part is broken down into little steps, easily accomplished during the allotted time. Jump in an join us -- you're going to have a blast!! As an aside, since the clues are each "baby steps" you will not be intimidated along the way. The end result will be a beautiful quilt and you will think "I would never have been able to do this!" But, you will already have it done!!

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    2. Yes. Very detailed on how to cut and sew.

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  5. Bonnie it was so much fun looking at your China pictures again. Brings back many happy memories of our 10 years living in Taiwan. Will try and keep up with this one!

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  6. Thank you so much Bonnie. You have had a tough year yet you still give so generously and we love you for being you. Can you please give people DMC thread colours which correspond to the Lowes paint chips as if we are outside of USA we don't get Lowes. One of your followers said that the following DMC threads correspond to the paint chips: 825, 912, 347, 921, 722, ecru, 822, 613. Many thanks from an excited follower sending you much love.x.x.x.

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  7. I am searching for fabrics and I am going to do this mystery quilt. I have not sewn a mystery quilt but I love the quilts Bonnie designs.

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  8. I’ve never done a mystery quilt but am very tempted to try this one. Love Bonnies previous mystery quilts and since this one is smaller it seemes more do-able. Looking forward to it and will start my fabric selection tomorrow.

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  9. Hi from Leander, Texas. This will be my first mystery quilt and I'm excited! The colors are great and I like that they are corresponding to your trip! I have loved looking at all the ORL quilt photos but loved your colors most so I'm going to stay with your choices for this one. I've searched my stash and have enough of everything. But went out and bought more anyway! LOL!
    Going to work on my current project (a tulip pattern) until Thanksgiving and set it aside to do the BHMQ. Thanks for your blog, your FB page, your community of quilters that make up your world. Thank you for your love, passion, dedication. May God bless you abundantly! gg

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    1. Hi from Liberty Hill, Tx. This is my first mystery quilt. Should have PLENTY of scraps, and that is so exciting as I NEED to rid my scrap drawer so I can start again! Can't wait to see pictures of everyone's quilts. THANKS Bonnie

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  10. Well, the colors came out while I was on vacation. So you know I had to stop at the first Lowes I saw on the drive home to raid their paint chips. So have my paint chips, and as of today have the fabrics. So I am good to go waiting for the first clue :-) Thank you Thank you for all you do for all the quilters all over the world. You really know how to bring the world to a happy place.

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  11. Went to Sherwin Williams store and they were happy to help me
    thank you so much for all the time and work you put into this mystery quilt
    Loved last years quilt and am looking forward to this years adventure

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  12. These colors!! WOW I've got most of these colors in my stash. Thanks for doing this mystery. I am just so thankful knowing how busy you are. So excited to follow along and learn 😊👏💜

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  13. Thank you Bonnie for another mystery quilt. Love, love, love your mysteries. Looking forward to starting!

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  14. so excited to see a new mystery starting. Let's Go Good Fortune!

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  15. I finished On Ringo Lake a few months ago. Midway through I thought I was crazy for doing a quilt with so many small pieces, ended up enjoying doing it. So here I go again gathering my scraps! Accepting the challenge! Bring on the Good Fortune!

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  16. I do have some fabric but most is layer cakes or fat quarter scrapes i do hope i can piece it all together!

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  17. well I am always excited to see the colors you have chosen each time for the new mystery quilt. It is always fun to get the new clues each Friday.!!! Thanks for all you give us.I loved when you came to Elkhart,In several yrs ago for a Bonnie quilt along it was so much fun...
    Bonnie do you know how to make dimensional flying geese .my opinion they are so much easier n faster...Maybe a little bulkier but less cutting etc. maybe a new technique you could show others so they can have a choice when they make your quilts..
    Thanks Debbie Kelly now living in N. ft. Myers fl

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  18. Im new to the group and got the first clue 11/23, where do i find 11/26

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  19. Obtained color chips, now on to fabric choices, going to be a fun mystery, thanks Bonnie...

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  21. I am new to Bonnie’s MQ, and I was excited for see Clue 2, and have been anxiously looking for it this morning 11/29 then I realized it’s Thursday, and not Friday. Is this one of the first signs of addiction to Bonnie’s MQ? I love reading all the posts with suggestions and support. This is an awsome group of quilters.

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  22. Hello from AppleValley Ca. I like all your intros. to the Mystery, It's like hearing a story from a book with pictures only no printed words. And you are the story teller. Thank You Bonnie

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  23. Hi I’m in the UK and do so hope I can do a good enough match with the colours. I’m really looking forward to doing this mystery quilt as it will be my first one

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