I still can't show you the Cotton Robin I finished, nor the fabulous one I received this week... but I can show these!
Biggest first: I'm calling this "Antipodes 1", and it's made from a small stack of fabric I collected on my trip to New Zealand several years ago. The stack languished in my cupboard, waiting for inspiration -- when I saw Elizabeth Hartman's pattern "Avalon" in the International Quilt Festival magazine last winter I knew it was the perfect thing. (here's Elizabeth's post about the quilt) I had just enough in my FQs to cut what I needed, and as always, her cutting instructions were impeccable!
This was quilted by Sue Mary Fox of Textile Dreams in Berkeley.
Next up is a row robin from 2008, done by my little online group. Of course I can't remember who contributed to this! I'm calling it "Orange Thing" until someone gives me a better suggestion.
Finally, a little project I found when cleaning out the close last weekend. This was started in a guild workshop that involved painting and inking on fabric. I wish I could recall the instructor's name but it's escaped me. This one is "High Summer", and I have some more pieces from the class still waiting to be played with.