Monday, November 28, 2016

Four D9Ps for Donation

I made a bargain with myself--I could start Bonnie Hunter's mystery En Provence, if I made four donation quilts first.

I pulled a bunch of 5" squares from my scraps and made the same pattern in four colorways. The backs are pieced from 5" squares as well. Only one back is pictured (final photo)--the others have the same scrappy piecing. The bindings are pieced from my leftover lengths of binding from other projects.

Brown/Cream Colorway

Black/White Colorway

Blue/White Colorway

Red/White Colorway

Pieced Backing

 I'm going to try to get these washed and delivered, so they can distribute them before Christmas.

Updated to add--they have been delivered and will show up under Christmas trees later this month!

I'm linking with Jo's Country Junction UFO Challenge and  Fiber Tuesday 89 at The Quilting Room with Mel.


  1. great quilts they will be appreciated by whoever receives them!

  2. What is the name of the quilt pstten? I especially love the one with the blues.

    1. It is a Disappearing Nine Patch--I have a tutorial (below), but you can find many others with an online search.

  3. I love them - what a wonderful idea

    1. Thank you, Maggie. Thanks, too, for visiting my blog.


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