Frolic feels delightful. It’s right on the edge of onomatopoeia. It is full of life and innocent fun. At my age I don’t think that I frolic much anymore, but I’d like to.
I remember in college “frolicking” at a leadership conference at Fish Lake in the Utah Mountains. We were all a little dizzy with lack of sleep and exciting activities. Suddenly it began to rain. And all of us ran out to dance and frolic in the raindrops. That’s a freedom we don’t often allow ourselves as we become “grown-ups”, but the inner child in us wants to do so. We are tempted to run through the sprinklers, or in the fountains at the park, or in the rain!
Frolic with this new pattern as you dance and swirl across a colorful quilt. It is 10 ½ inches wide and 12 feet long.
If you noticed: this pattern has similarities to our very favorite “Psychedelic” pattern. I took one of the motifs from that pattern. But, “Frolic” has a shorter repeat and can roll straight down.