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Frolic Mystery!




Welcome Mystery Quilt Enthusiasts!

This tab is where you will find all of the gathered posts regarding this year's Quiltville Winter Mystery - FROLIC!

Texas Wildflowers are among my favorite in the Spring - and we'll be playing with these colors into January to chase those winter blues away.

*NOTE* This mystery remains free for a limited time.  All clues will be removed on February 1st as Frolic will become a digital pattern download for purchase in the Quiltville Store.

Print and SAVE your clues where you can find them as I will be unable to help you with missing parts after that date.





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!

22 comments:

  1. Bonnie: Loving this year's colors. I was hoping you would choose the Texas trip as your inspiration as I love the Texas bluebells. Thanks so much for all your work. jann in Gainesville FL

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  2. I have never done one of your mystery's before but am ready to try this year. So I am unable to enlarge the back of the paint chip cards to see the name or number of the paint chips to pick up.would it be possible to print a list of the paint chips names and numbers needed so I can pick them up.

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    1. Reread the introduction pdf. The names are given and amounts needed in each discussion of a particular color. For example, the aqua is called Refresh. Look for this word and you will see where to look for the other color names.

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  3. Yahoo, ready to roll! Thank you for this gift!

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  4. Sherwin Williams Paint Chips at Lowes

    Pure Whit SW7005
    Refresh SW6751
    Parakeet SW 6711
    Choice Cream SW 6357
    Scanda SW 6529
    Dress Blues SW 9176
    Framboise SW6566

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    1. Thank you SO MUCH!!! I was having trouble reading the paint chips and you're a live saver!!!!!

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    2. Thank you! I couldn't read them either.

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    3. thank you so much for this, so helpful for sure

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    4. Very much appreciated!

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    5. Thanks you!!! I too was having trouble reading the chips. . .
      Your a blessing. . .

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  5. Bonnie, I love your colors for this year's MQ! I am following you to make this quilt! Can't wait to see this COMPLETED! :)
    I also LOVE your blogs! What GREAT coverage on you Kenya, Africa trip! It made me wish that I was with all of you on that trip!
    Sincerely,
    Ida Palmer, Wentzville, Missouri

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  6. Bonnie, I've never done a MQ with you, but I would like to. When you say that you are not releasing any AccuQuilt die information, does that mean you won't at all or you will release what is needed for each specific cut as we need to make it?

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  7. THANK YOU - <3 :)

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  8. I'm a first timer!! Excited!! I saw your completed quilt from last year. So here I am!!

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  9. Hi Bonnie. I made your En Provence quilt the size suggested and would like to make Frolic smaller. I read that you suggested to start with 1/2 of the fabrics. Should I start making 1/2 of the blocks, or will you give directions for a smaller quilt? Thank you. Judy

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  10. I am sew excited to do another Mystery quilt with you! I learned so much from you on the last one. Thanks for sharing your Kenya trip. It was really neat to be able to read and see about how different life is. But still full of love and happiness. I will never look at an animal in the zoo the same as what you have shown up on your trip. Thanks for everything you do!

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  11. This will be my first MQ! Thanks Bonnie, hopefully I can keep up��

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  12. never done a mystery quilt going to give it a try :)

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  13. Hi Bonnie,
    I did your En Provence mystery quilt. I presented your mystery quilt to my to guilds as mentor. I thought I would have a few signed up. There will be 32 of us. Everyone is very excited and the majority is loving your colors. We also have one lady joining us who overheard us having too much fun at the fabric store picking your fabrics for the mystery.

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  14. As a Texan, I'm super excited about this quilt project.

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