One quilt pattern (and I can't find the name to give credit -- I'll keep looking) and two quilts. Lots of sewing and lots of fun. What a great stashbuster block this is. I'm already thinking about the next one (shirts from goodwill? batiks? more blacks and whites?).
I first saw this when a friend made it with B/W and various shades of hot pink. It was stunning and I knew I had to make one -- and if you're making one, why not make two, right? I'm filing that away for the inevitable day when I need a quilt for a friend or family member who's been diagnosed with breast cancer and needs a hug.
These are for two people I work with as I prepare to retire in the next few months. One is an avid University of Kentucky fan (hence, the all blue fabrics). I couldn't keep myself from one little strip of the "other" state team that is the nemesis of UK (and happens to be my alma mater).
The other is for a special man who has been wonderful to work with and he has two small children. This seemed perfect for a snuggle on a cold morning.
There is a lot of sewing in these quilts but they were so much fun. I could sit and sew and no thinking was required. Sometimes you just need that!
So -- I hope you are piecing and quilting and feeling creative. Don't you love fabric? Jan