It’s been quite a good week for me – one I probably won’t be able to reproduce in terms of accomplishments for a while. On Sunday I  took a deep breath and decided to honour a dear man from my past by joining in a challenge to make a quilt for the orphans in Romania.  On Wednesday I showed a community quilt I finished quilting earlier in the week and the start on my d4p quilt.  Later that same day I decided to put up a tutorial to do with nesting the SA’s in a d4p (disappearing 4 patch, my favourite block at the moment) and finally, the trip around the world quilt is done.  Today, we have a little bit of progress to show on the d4p’s.  I just can’t get over how beautiful they look. I turned one block wrong.  Can you see it?


7 Comments on Friday Finishes: Apr 15

  1. Sarah Craig says:

    That is really beautiful, Rita! You had a very productive week – doesn’t it feel good? Whoop whoop!!!

  2. Diane says:

    Love this! D9P is one of my favoites… so fun and easy and so many options. This one is lovely.

  3. Sharon says:

    Oh, that block is in an easy fix area. This is lovely, great fabrics and colors. Nicely Done!!

  4. Vicki says:

    That looks like a fun block to make. I’ll have to try it! Very pretty quilt! I see the wayward block but I had to look for it:)

  5. Cheryl says:

    I’m signed up for a D4P block exchange due in September, but, we have to sew our in Civil War fabrics, AND on either a treadle or hand crank sewing machine. I’ve got my squares cut out, I just haven’t had time to sit down at the treadle to sew them.

  6. Em says:

    The D9P is lovely.

  7. Katie Q says:

    Lovely quilt. I stared at the picture for quite awhile and still couldn’t find a mistake. Whatever the error is, I think it probably adds to the overall design.

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