I finished up my Japanese Puzzle quilt last night and figured out how to hang it -- it's got a triangular frame made of dowels and flexible tubing. Thank goodness for old-fashioned hardware stores!
I don't usually show close-ups of my quilting, since I usually don't do anything very interesting... but I do sort of like the way this came out. Each of the diamonds has one of those loopy things in it; the beige border has stipples, and the red border has a border-ish design. I've discovered that the stencils I've been collecting do work pretty well with a chalk pounce, if I don't try to mark too much at once. For the red border I just marked the arcs with a white pencil and did the rest freehand, so I could mark the whole border at one time.
I'm continuing to plug away at my round robin and row robin, although the group seems to have agreed to extend the deadlines by two weeks for November and December -- so I'm not feeling too rushed.
My more immediate concerns center around Thanksgiving dinner... who's bringing what, and will our good friends (now divorced and in mediation over financial issues but still both planning to show up with their two kids) behave themselves? It's just a little too stressful for my taste. After a long phone conversation with the (ex) husband, my hubby came in and said "could we please never get divorced?" -- gotta love that guy!