This one started out as a Squirrel Quilt...
You know how squirrel quilts can be... so exciting to start, so tedious to finish. I liked the color scheme from an ad in a magazine, and I love the white and muslin background pieces on other quilts I have seen, but just not the way I did it.
This red and muslin quilt is Cherry Pie - my third quilt, and it's been in the UFO pile since the 90s. It's huge, and I just don't feel like finishing it. There are a few blocks cut that I will send with to Victoria's in Canada... in case she needs to add to the part she cuts off of this one.
The next two may need to be sewn together to be big enough, but that should be easy. These are "made" fabric pieces I made a couple of summers ago. There are orphan blocks and paper pieced blocks included in each. Close up photos show those blocks.
And here is the baby quilt for Jack's Basket. Some of my favorite multicolored fabrics with two sided "frames". It's an easy quilt to make, and I made it for a friend to give to a grandchild. I asked and asked for an address, but none was offered. I have two other quilts for the other grandkids that aren't as yet finished. They will be donated somewhere when they are finished, too.
Stories and close-up photos as promised. Shipping these tomorrow.