Almost there, unfortunately almost only counts in horseshoes. There are a couple of problems: the small pads seem to be too small for Fritzing, the trace doesn’t connect: (for a miracle the forum actually liked this svg from gerbv, right click on the image and save image as will get you a copy to bring up in an svg editor so you can see it.
this is a png from fritzing which shows the other problem: the pads which look fine in Inkscape are all piled together in Fritzing the one on the left is your part, the one on the right is an earlier small qfn I made for someone else (who actually managed to hand solder the chip on to there, there are pictures in the forum post!). I suspect this is because I used a path for the pads on your part (which i haven’t done before) and there may be something wrong there. I can fix the non connection by making the square pads in to a rectangle like their neighbor, but it won’t match their recommended footprint. In any case I’ll keep poking (and maybe someone better at boards that I will have some suggestions).
Here is the sketch with the two parts (they will be in the temp parts bin) as well
the Si4712/13-B30 part is complete other than the non functional pcb.
It would be useful to upload the sketch before posting …
test Sketch.fzz (23.6 KB)