This is a little doll quilt I finished up today - actually, a teddy bear quilt. I'm bringing it (and Nalle the bear) with me to England as a second birthday gift for a friend's son. He's the same little boy who received this quilt for his first birthday last year. (I used the same backing for this quilt as for that one.) The Chinese coins are straight out of the scrap bag, which seems to be multiplying despite my lack of sewing since Christmas (other than the bags, of course), the blue sashing is leftover from the Bear Paws I made my brother, and the binding is from one of the pillow cases I found last weekend at a thrift shop. I haven't done any free-motion quilting for months, so I felt a bit rusty. Can't wait to have some more time with my machine next month.
I finished up my Four Seasons Swap quilt today, too, but will wait to post the final photos until it's arrived at its destination. I posted a couple sneak peeks here and here. I also have a tiny version of this same quilt to give away (see my post below soliciting England travel tips - you can either comment on that post with or without tips or you can email me with tips by 7pm Finland time tomorrow and I'll throw your name in the hat). Thanks to everyone who's already given me some good quilty tips - now I just need to squeeze some time out of my schedule for a little exploring!