I’m continuing to make slow but steady progress on my Celtic Solstice. This is a mystery quilt designed by Bonnie Hunter during the last part of 2013. I’m way behind many quilters who have already completed and quilted their beautiful finishes. The pattern is still available until about June on Bonnie’s website if you want to make your own Celtic Solstice.
You can read about my Celtic Solstice Part 3 units here.
For step 4, our task was to make 4-patches. I’m making the smaller quilt so I needed to make 100 of these units. I’m using Bonnie’s suggested color scheme of oranges, greens, yellows, blues, and neutrals.
Once I had completed all the 4-patches, I couldn’t resist making one Block A: 54-40 or Fight!
This picture shows 1 block A, the 4-patches on the floor, and units from parts 1-3 in the basket.
My block isn’t perfect, but I’m happy with it! Now, on to step 5!
I really need to finish this quilt because I’m attending one of Bonnie’s workshops in June, and I’d love to be able to show it to her. Wish me luck!
Slow and steady wins the race. I just finished a quilt I started over 10 years ago. 🙂 blessings, marlene
It looks perfect to me and quite pretty!
Looks like it will be worth the wait. Love the white background!