Graduation quilt for D#1's boyfriend. He's from Seattle, spent a semester in India, and went to school in Washington DC. The quilt, called "Oh, the Places You've Been" is made up of fabrics representing these places and was quilted by my usual long-armer.
The back is pieced from yellow (his favorite color) polka dot fabric with a strip of green for his environmental studies degree. There's also a scrap of London fabric relating to the time he spent with us there over Christmas, and a strip with the Canadian flag (a late addition since I didn't find it until the back had been pieced) because he was born in Canada.
Our hand-sewing group made baby quilts for the Baby Bureau as a summer project. Nancy posted photos of them here. I'd forgotten to take mine to the meeting, but had finished up three small projects that were in process when we'd decided on the summer goal. All of these were quilted by me.
My personal challenge from a while back.
Center was from sample blocks from previous quilts, bordered with a lot of scrap 2 1/2" squares.
Yet another way to use the "V-blocks" which I made by the hundreds!
I didn't put a label on these but did embroider my initials on the corner of the backs.
More posts (and quilts) to come.