Here are some quilts I've made this past month. The first two are doll quilts, each 16 1/2" x 20". They are hand-quilted and bound. The 4-patches are made of 1" squares. I've pieced a third one in another color scheme, but don't have a photo of it to share.
This unquilted top is another doll quilt made of 2" squares and 2" half-square triangles. It's 22 1/2" x 25 1/2". The fabrics were leftovers from the next quilt I'm showing below.
This Medallion quilt top was so much fun to create. The inspiration came from the center block which was a 1880 vintage silk screen fabric square I bought from Mountain Lodge Antiques at the Des Moines Quilt Expo earlier this month. (See my last post for more goodies from that vendor.) I pulled all the repros from my stash based on the subdued colors in that "lady" block. She was a little pricey, so I thought she deserved to be center stage in her own quilt. I stopped at 58" x 60" for a throw to be used in our new house, probably for TV watching in the family room. This was definitely not my usual colors of choice and a little challenging to not throw in some zingers!
I don't know why the beige border looks wobbly in this closeup, but it's nice and straight. I think it was the way my son was holding it for me to take the picture.
It's past my bedtime for a school night. Gotta go! Don't forget to enter. I'm looking forward to your studio ideas! Keep stitchin'.