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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Frolic! A Quiltville Winter Mystery! (Intro)

    Quilted Twins has packs of fabric pulled from their store for this project for $85, if you'd like to participate without having to figure out which fabrics you want to use.
    Katrina


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    Default Re: Frolic! A Quiltville Winter Mystery! (Intro)

    Quote Originally Posted by Carlie Wolf View Post
    What was the quilt that was shown at the top of the page? I thought that was very pretty too.
    It's last year's mystery quilt, Good Fortune.

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    Default Re: Frolic! A Quiltville Winter Mystery! (Intro)

    Not sure which quilt you were asking about. There are two featured depending on which page you land on.

    This one is called En Provence I believe.

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    And this one is called Good Fortune. I really like it.

    Ginny B

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    Default Re: Frolic! A Quiltville Winter Mystery! (Intro)

    Although I won't be joining in the sewing at this point, I will be looking forward to each post and seeing everyone's progress.

    A suggestion for those that aren't sure - make a few of each step - they can always be sewn into a wall hanging or table runner. And don't let the tools scare you - they aren't that expensive, plus she usually shows you optional ways to do each step. A half square triangle or flying geese units can be made so many different ways. It's the finished size that counts.
    Donna

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    Default Re: Frolic! A Quiltville Winter Mystery! (Intro)

    I followed it last year and saved all the steps, but honestly, it's the little pieces that scare me. I am not the most precision cutter or piecer, so worry about a block with that many seams. Will all my blocks end up the same size? Anyway, I have the paint chips, but most likely will not have time to do this one. Maybe the next time I retire I'll have time and patience to work on it. I definitely admire them even if 100 other people may have the same quilt.

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