Friday, August 3, 2018

Raspberry Chocolates

This quilt took me a long time to make (about four months start to finish) because I had to keep setting it aside to finish other projects.  I am happy to say that it is now finished.  It is a disappearing nine patch made with five inch squares.  But once I cut the blocks into fourths I squared them up at 6.5 inches so the quilt would finish at 60 by 72 inches.

I quilted it on the Bernina Q24 in a really cute heart and spiral design.

I barely had enough fabric to line up the repeats on the back.  I'm tickled with how well it turned out.  Can you see the seam?

Hint:  It is towards the bottom of the picture above.

I named the quilt Raspberry Chocolates because of the cute pink and brown polka dots in the blocks and used for the binding.

I love how it turned out. 

It is hanging out on my quilt ladder for now. 


P.S.  I will be linking up with some of the fun parties on my sidebar.  Check them out to see what other quilters have been making. 


  1. Love it! I have some of that backing fabric waiting for me to use. It's in a box with other pinks waiting for me to pick a pattern. I really like the quilting you did on yours.

  2. A very appropriate name for this quilt, but wait it doesn't have Minky on the back?????

  3. What a very sweet finish (and the name is perfection to add to that as well)! I really love the heart quilting.

  4. A truly lovely addition to your display ladder.

  5. It is just beautiful. Love the colors and quilting is wonderful!

  6. Hearts are my favorite symbol. I'm crazy about the colors you used. I never tire of either. That is a very pretty quilt with nice quilting. Both sides are great, too.

  7. Hi! Such a cute quilt! The brown is perfect with all that pink!

  8. Great quilt Jasmine. I love that it's double sided. Lots of use.

  9. LOVE how this D9P turned out!! I recently finish one from men's neckties. Mine looks like a traditional square with sashing and cornerstones. I'm going to study your block placement to see if I can figure out how yours went together. It's SEW pretty!!

  10. Sweet! Great backing, too.

  11. I bet you don't get to enjoy a lot of pink in your house. It really turned out great. So glad you have it out so you can enjoy it!


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