WiP Wednesday – “D!” – Progress

Okay everyone, this post is Codeword “D!” What is that again? For those not in the know, it’s the secret quilt project I’m making for my BGFF, Zach. He knows I’m making it, and since he reads my blog, Codeword “D!” is my way of letting him know to shield his eyes. 
Let me tell you, this D is getting big! How big is it? Well, the last time I flashed you the D it was only 144, one and a half inch finished squares. Quite a lot, but in the past few weeks I’ve been gettin’ busy.
And what happens when you get busy with the D? Things tend to multiply. It’s now 1,080, one and a half inch finished squares. You can see the first white bits starting in the bottom corners, giving this D it’s first bit of shape. It’s about the only project I’m working on these days, so expect it to just get bigger!

Linking up with Lee at Freshly Pieced for WiP Wednesday! 
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14 Responses

  1. Ro Ando says:

    Yup, the bigger the D, the better! ūüôā

  2. Katy Cameron says:

    I think D's going to be big enough to cover a small country ;o)

    Happy new year!

  3. charlotte says:

    Holy wow.! That is a lot of little squares!

  4. Sooli says:

    Aah! I had wondered what became of this project! Looking good so far!

  5. Leanne says:

    It's going to look so great. It's the cutting that would make me tired of a project like this, the sewing would be so nice and relaxing.

  6. audrey says:

    Eep! So gorgeous!

  7. *Cornelia* says:

    its so lovely, love all your yummy tiny fabrics in there, doing right now something tiny too, but with hsts

  8. Hilary says:

    This is so fantastic!

  9. Am L says:

    You are exceptionally patient, to work with such tiny squares! It looks gorgeous. I love Constellations, the blues are so lovely. Assuming you haven't made any major changes to your original plan, I look forward to watching it take shape. Fun!

  10. Lee says:

    Insanely gorgeous!

  11. wipgirl says:

    Looks fantastic, but omg, the work involved. It looks great in Constellations, though, with all those different shades and little bits of yellow sparkling through.

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