Well, the answers are simple. They've all been hiding away in the box marked (appropriately) "To Be Finished" and I didn't finish them before now because I kept encountering dead ends when trying to figure out the best way to quilt them. (And you know what they say: Quilting makes the quilt!)
This one I'm showing you today had to hang on my design wall for a couple of weeks before inspiration hit.
I've also been slow in getting it completed because I had originally intended it to be a baby quilt, crib quilt size, but when the top was finished it didn't look to me as though it was appropriate for a wee one. And I still think it might be better suited for an adult female who would appreciate a lap quilt to use in the chilly part of the year.
The size is 45-1/2" wide by 49-1/2" long. The quilting I did on it is primarily straight line stitching by machine.
Although, I did put in a little fancy work with these cables running down both sides.
For the backing I used the over-all floral print that is featured on the front.
The floral print was the only fabric I purchased way back when I started making this quilt. All the other coordinating materials were pulled from my stash.
Now, believe it or not, I still have one baby quilt top in that