|Step #7 pinwheels on the design board - raspberry and dark blues|
While happily frolicking along, I was overly enthusiastic and sewed too many pinwheel blocks for step #7! When step #8 was posted, I realized my mistake and started unsewing. Grrr... read the instructions, and re-read the instructions!
|9 Sets for Frolic part #8|
I am using pink/salmon instead of aqua, and gold instead of green.
This has been such a fun and challenging mystery so far!
|My 4 favourite sets that completely coordinate!|
Linking up to Small Quilts.
You have had to really read the directions. It took me a while to understand them.
I am getting together with my friend tomorrow night. She is a bit confused and needs help unravelling what she has done. We will get her sorted and on to the next step.
I really miss the link ups too.
No one has any idea of how this is going together
I do love red and it's great to be repurposing your brothers old dress shirts (very snazzy if I may say so). I'm looking forward to the reveal!
love those colors together that peach is a real zinger--watching and waiting for the big reveal...hugs, Julierose
Yes, this has been an interesting one. I haven't given a thought to how it's going to come together! I'm following her paint chip suggestions this time as I've gone my own way with colors in the past & then kicked myself. Your sets look great!
Your blocks and units are looking great! This is my third time doing a Bonnie mystery QAL and this one is by far the most difficult one. I'm almost glad that I am behind on the clues because knowing what is coming is helping me make sure that I am making all of the previous clues correctly!
My question is, does your brother know about the shirts? LOL
My mystery has stalled as I am guessing as to the outcome. With that I am going OCD and wanting to place my blues in certain places...so I wait!! I don't want to be doing any un-sewing~!!
Thanks for the inspiration to return to Frolicking.
You've done really well at keeping up. Keeping all the sets together has been a bit of a challenge, making sure you've got the right parts in the two different sets. You've done a great job. Did you like the reveal?
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