I made a few four patches this week.
The little 4-patch blocks make nice leaders and enders and add up quickly. The pattern in this magazine (American Patchwork & Quilting, April 2015, is called GO FOUR IT! 2015 Quilt-Along. Here's the corner and the first two rows. Blocks are set on point in this quilt. I will just be working on it now and then because I want to keep working on my Garden Party quilt.
Our local quilt guild is putting together blocks painted by children at the Children's Network in our county. The children paint the blocks and we make them into banners or wall hangings to hang there. This is the second banner that I quilted for the guild. Another member will finish it with binding. With a bright yellow beak on Daffy Duck and the yellow scrap border I just had to consider this some of the yellow that I worked on this week for RSC17.
This agency helps children deal with a traumatic experience. All of the legal people, counselors, medical personal, police (if necessary) social service workers... are all involved in the initial visit. The visits are taped and properly recorded so that the child involved doesn't have to be involved in more traumatic interviews and court appearances. Future counseling sessions also take place in these offices.
Linking up with Angela at SoScrappy for the RSC17. Come join the fun! The linky party today is here.