First of all, the excellent news that all the quilts are home and safe with their new owners. The one which went walkabout was returned to the sender, marked as "not collected" - of course, the postie hadn't put a card through Lynda's door telling her there was anything to collect, so it's not surprising she didn't know to collect it. Sigh. Anyway, Ramona sent it again (bless you, Ramona!) and this time, it was delivered safely and promptly. Whew.
So, that's about it for this round. I think it went fairly smoothly - a minimum of chasing on my part, despite it running a bit in the summer when people are away - and as far as I know, everyone is at least reasonably happy with their resulting quilt. Any feedback, either positive or negative, is always welcome.
Many thanks to all who expressed an interest, those who followed along but didn't play, and of course, even more thanks to those who managed to find time to actually take part!
There will be another round; I am contemplating something a little different for the very next round (ALQS5), with a return to something very like round four, after that. But we'll see. I expect I'll make an announcement and formally open round 5 in October sometime, anticipating a deadline in early February. But you never know how things go, so, as they say, watch this space...