Located in a historical grand Victorian house, Handy Matters, the local crafting supply store, was very busy on this April morning in Millerstown. Five women had bustled in with spring fever in their eyes and bubbling enthusiasm on their lips. They were going to redo their curtains for spring! With great delight, the five women studied fabrics and conversed with each other and the shop owner, Sally, about colors and decorating rooms and their love of sewing. As it happens, each woman was planning to redo the curtains in a different room of the house, and their final fabric selections were all different prints. Determine the full name of each woman, the room each planned to make the curtains for, the amount of yardage each woman bought, and what the pattern of each womanís fabric choice was.
1. Brenda, whose last name wasnít Springer, was changing the curtains in the bathroom. Geraldine didnít buy fabric with a butterfly print. Ms. Summers, whose first name wasnít Tracy, bought the fabric with the animals print.
2. The fabric bought for the bedroom curtains didnít have a penguins print. Ms. Fall wasnít changing the curtains in the living room.
3. For the playroom curtains, 6 yards of fabric were bought, but Susan Winters didnít buy it.
4. The five women are represented, in no particular order, by Tracy, Ms. Rhodes, the woman who bought the penguins print, the woman who was redoing the curtains in the playroom, and the woman who bought five yards of fabric.
5. Ms. Fall, whose first name wasnít Tracy, bought one more yard of fabric than the woman redoing her kitchen curtains but one less yard than the woman who bought fabric with the tulips print.
6. One woman bought 7 yards of fabric with a forest scene print, but not for the bedroom curtains. Martha, whose last name wasnít Summers, bought 3 yards of fabric, but not with a penguins print.