This question has been circulating in the blogosphere, so here's a photo of the first quilt I made for my bed. I won some of the blocks in a monthly block raffle that one of the LQS used to have, and then made a few more. Our bed is troublesome because it has huge posts at the foot, so quilts have to have a square cut out at each side -- when I had this long-armed, I had to baste in some muslin squares so that she could load it on the machine properly!
I have a new bed quilt waiting to be quilted, but I'm still nervous about starting in because it's so big. I should probably just suck it up and send it to a professional, so that I can have it on the bed before another year goes by... guess I have to take all the pins out first, though!
The "Winter" round of the Four Seasons Quilt Swap is starting up soon. This is for small quilts (16" - 20" square, I think) and the "Fall" quilts were wonderful! Check out my sidebar and click on the button for more information or to sign up.